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Brain surgeon, nurse charged with child sex crimes


Watsonville police arrested Dr. James Kohut Sunday on suspicion of sexually abusing at least one minor. A third, unidentified suspect is also in custody outside of California. Kohut's career has a few black eyes. He was employed as a neurosurgeon at University Medical Center at the time. reported that Kohut was disciplined for a botched brain surgery in 2002. Read More »

Anti-virus stocks rally with 'WannaCry' expected to hit again

Europol said few banks in Europe had been affected, having learned through the "painful experience of being the number one target of cyber crime" the value of having the latest cyber security in place. Microsoft also issued a security patch for older Windows operating systems that are no longer supported: Windows Server 2003 SP2 x64, Windows Server 2003 SP2 x86, Windows XP SP2 x64, Windows XP SP3 x86, Windows XP Embedded SP3 x86, Windows 8 x86 and Windows 8 x64 directly from Microsoft. Read More »

ESPN Retools 'SportsCenter' for Mobile Viewers


Disney's media networks division reported a 3 percent decline in operating income in the company's second fiscal quarter, due in part to a drop at ESPN. Advertising revenue would have been down 1 percent if not for three additional college football games in the quarter. ESPN already handed over the midnight SportsCenter to Scott Van Pelt , an acerbic host with a knack for accents. Read More »

MLB reviews security at all parks after Fenway racial slurs


With a decision that may be unprecedented in baseball, the Boston Red Sox made that clear by banning a fan from Fenway Park for life after the spectator uttered a racial slur Tuesday. When told that kind of language was not okay, the man reportedly said to Hennick, "Why not?" But during his 14-year career, the four-time NBA MVP said he's never heard such taunts. Read More »

Agressée sexuellement, elle se fait expulser du train — Yvelines


Pensant à un geste involontaire, la femme ne dit rien. L'adolescent s'excusera pour son geste et les médiateurs considèrent alors que cela suffit à clore l'incident et que ce dernier peut repartir. Sans aucune gêne, le conducteur du train a ensuite refermé les portes du train laissant les forces de l'ordre sur le quai. Ils seraient en effet entrés en conflit avec les agents de médiation qui s'interposaient, tandis que le conducteur tentait lui de refermer les portes du train avant ... Read More »

"États-Unis : "patron du FBI limogé, un nouveau " Watergate " ?

Il déclare par ailleurs avoir simplement entériné la recommandation du Ministre de la Justice, Jeff Sessions, estimant que Comey n'était " plus capable " de diriger le FBI. Quand M. Trump a insisté, M. Comey lui aurait promis une "loyauté honnête". Le président a indiqué jeudi dans un entretien à NBC avoir eu deux conversations téléphoniques, et un dîner, avec James Comey . Read More »

Côte d'Ivoire. Le gouvernement annonce un accord avec les mutins

La capitale économique Abidjan, la deuxième ville Bouaké (centre) et plusieurs autres villes de l'intérieur du pays ont été paralysées par des tirs nourris et la parade de soldats mutinés. Tout le corridor sud d'accès à la ville était embouteillé sur des kilomètres par plusieurs dizaines de camions et de bus. Des tirs étaient également audibles en provenance du camp Gallieni, au Plateau, qui avait été l'un des points chauds de la journée de vendredi. Read More »

Emmanuel Macron, chantre du "renouvellement", dévoile son gouvernement

Ce n'est pas faire injure à Edouard Philippe que d'affirmer qu'il n'est pas le représentant et porte-parole de la droite et du centre qu'est François Baroin. Inconnu du grand public, le nouveau chef du gouvernement était jusqu'ici député-maire du Havre (nord-ouest) sous l'étiquette LR et proche de l'ancien Premier ministre Alain Juppé. Read More »

5 facts about Cinco De Mayo you probably didn't know


The day is often referred to as Mexico's Independence Day, but that holiday actually falls in September. However in America, Cinco de Mayo is a celebration bringing in crowds of people. When the Civil War finally ended, the US forced France to withdraw its troops from Mexico and their empire collapsed. The French retreated though it would take six more years - and more battles - to convince the French to exit Mexico. Read More »

New York craft brewers invited to compete head-to-head


The five breweries were chosen in a online poll that ran from May 1 to May 12, when voting closed . They're suing the state of North Carolina over laws that require brewers to turn over their distribution rights, to a third party wholesaler, if they produce more than 25,000 barrels of beer in a year. Read More »

Two men held after teenager's body found in back of crashed auto


Two men, aged 27 and 28, have been arrested on suspicion of murder and remain in police custody. The teenager, from Leicester, has been described by her family as a "beautiful, talented, loving daughter and sister". "She had a strong self-will and had set her heart on training to becoming a midwife". "As a family, we are doing our best to support one another at this harrowing time, and would respectfully ask that we are left alone to grieve in private without intrusion". Read More »

Tory cuts exposed NHS services to cyber-attack, Jeremy Corbyn claims

A Labour government will be "radical and responsible", Jeremy Corbyn will declare as the party sets out its programme for the next five years amid signs it is preparing a tax raid on high earners. The NHS is facing one of its toughest-ever financial challenges as it struggles with a growing and ageing population, and there have been warnings about a looming funding gap in years to come. Read More »

Edouard Philippe, Premier ministre : les réactions des politiques au Havre

La Normandie terre de Premiers ministres. Sur la vision du monde , de l'Europe, les enjeux en matière d'économie numérique ou de politique énergétique, Édouard Phillippe semble, à la lecture de ce texte, totalement Macron-compatible. La nomination de M. Philippe a suscité une pluie de réactions dans la classe politique française, chamboulée après une présidentielle marquée par le score historique de l'extrême droite et l'élimination tout aussi historique des candidats de la droite et de la ... Read More »

Trump Says It's a Good Idea Not to Have Press Conferences!

Still, Trump was pleased with Sanders performances, sources said , with one remarking that she might be considered to replace Spicer if the president makes that call, but another said he likes her more as a number two. " He said , "You are not under investigation", Trump told Holt. It's been pretty apparent for a while that President Trump needs to fire the White House press secretary. Read More »

North Korea Renews Accusation of CIA Assassination Plot

An undated photo released 15 May 2017 by North Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) showing North Korean leader Kim Jong Un (C) viewing a missile, believed to be Hwasong-12. South Korea's military said it could not yet verify the North's claims. Moon met Matt Pottinger, overseeing Asian affairs at the U.S. National Security Council, on Tuesday and said he hoped to continue to have "sufficient, close discussions" between Seoul and Washington, the Blue House press secretary told a briefing. Read More »

North Korea conducts most successful missile test, unnerving US

It also tested the North's capability to carry a "large-size heavy nuclear warhead", KCNA said. Why does this test matter? The missile, which was launched at a high angle, reached the maximum altitude of more than 2,111.5 kilometers before landing in the East Sea 787 km away. Read More »

North Korea: Ballistic missile test successful

On Monday, Pyongyang made the extraordinary claim that its latest test proved the country had a rocket capable of carrying a large nuclear warhead and that the USA mainland and its military base on the Pacific island of Guam were now within its "sighting range for strike". Read More »

Trump 'shared secret information about IS' with Russian officials


Following the meeting, White House staffers allegedly "moved quickly to contain the fallout" of the information Trump revealed to Russia's United States ambassador Sergei Kislyak and Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov, which included classified informational about ISIS that not even American allies were privy to. Read More »

Cyberattack hits at least 200000 victims in 150 countries

Cyber security research experts warned against giving in to criminal syndicates in order to have data unlocked. So why did so many computers fall victim to the attack? "This is obviously by far the worst ransomware outbreak we've seen in, I think, forever", said Lawrence Abrams, a New York-based malware expert who runs Read More »

USA should not stockpile cyber weapons, Microsoft says

Renault said it had halted manufacturing at plants in France and Romania to prevent the spread of ransomware in its systems. The latest entry in the growing pantheon of so-called ransomware packages, which silently encrypt a user's files in the background before popping up with a demand for payment in order to release the decryption key, WannaCry - also known as WannaCrypt or Wanna Decryptor - is on the face of it nothing special. Read More »

White House refuses to say if Comey tapes exist

However Democrats and other critics have questioned the timing, 109 days into his presidency and right as the agency investigates alleged Russian meddling in the election. Lindsey O. Graham (R-S.C.) and House Judiciary Committee Chairman Bob Goodlatte (R-Va.). Spicer's comments about the president's confidence or lack thereof in McCabe came amid a swirl of reports that Comey's refusal to pledge personal loyalty to Trump played a large role in his firing. Read More »

White House Dodges Questions About Possible Comey Tapes

Trump has told reporters that he could make his decision public before leaving for the Mideast and Europe on Friday. A former intelligence official told CBS News "something inappropriate" was discussed by Mr. Senator Mark Warner of Virginia, the top Democrat on the Senate Intelligence Committee, said on " Fox News Sunday " that it's "inappropriate" for Sessions to participate in the interviews because the attorney general recused himself from oversight of the Russian meddling ... Read More »

Édouard Philippe Premier ministre : un choix stratégique pour Emmanuel Macron

La première question qu'on se pose: "est-ce qu'on va être capable de donner à la France une majorité de progrès?" Pour sa première interview, le nouveau Premier ministre était l'invité du 20h de TF1 chez Gilles Bouleau. La composition du gouvernement, qui devrait également comporter d'autres personnalités de LR et du MoDem de François Bayrou, sera dévoilée mardi en fin d'après-midi, avant le premier Conseil des ministres de mercredi. Read More »