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Hwasong-12: North Korea's new missile has a terrifying range

The missile travelled some 700km (435 miles), reaching an altitude of 2,000km and landing in the sea west of Japan. Aside from Pyongyang's space launches, Dr Jeffrey Lewis of the Middlebury Institute of International Studies in the United States told AFP: "This is the longest-range missile North Korea has ever tested". Lire la suite »

Putin offers to give Congress notes of Trump's meeting

The reported contents of Comey's memo opened a "new chapter of scandal and controversy in this country", said Rep. Carlos Curbelo, a Florida Republican who hails from a swing district. President Trump's first big mistake was not replacing Obama appointee James Comey on Day 1. In a letter Tuesday to Acting FBI Director Andrew McCabe , House Oversight Committee Chairman Jason Chaffetz requested "all memoranda, notes, summaries, and recordings referring or relating to any communications ... Lire la suite »

What is WannaCry and should you pay the ransom?


The attacks exploited a flaw in Windows. The attack primarily targeted users of Windows XP, an aging operating system for Microsoft . With 200,000 victims across 150 countries, including the NHS from Friday's ransomware attack, the sheer speed and scale at which a cyber attack can manifest is phenomenal. Lire la suite »

9 injured in Washington protest during Erdogan visit


A group of protesters outside of the Turkish Embassy showed support for the groups that Erdogan regularly cracks down on in Turkey. Nine people were injured, and two people arrested. Turkey has protested the alliance for years because it views the Kurdish separatist PKK movement and its affiliates in Syria as terrorist organisations. Lire la suite »

Donald Trump's frustrations are boiling over after James Comey dismissal


Mr Comey's shock dismissal ignited furore among Democrats, who suggested that the FBI's investigation into Mr Trump's campaign and Russian Federation could now be tainted, an idea the White House has rejected. "House Republicans on recess this week are facing angry voters demanding an independent investigation", Katy Tur said on MSNBC. He wanted to stay on as the Federal Bureau of Investigation head. Lire la suite »

Israel was source for some of the information shared with Russian officials

He dismissed outrage over President Trump's disclosures as United States politicians whipping up "anti-Russian sentiment". In a narrowly worded denial Monday night, national security adviser H.R. "To know that this intelligence is shared with others, without our prior knowledge?" But Defense Secretary James Mattis said that USA allies had not expressed concerns to him about the possibility that sensitive intelligence may have been compromised, noting that he spoke to two North Atlantic ... Lire la suite »

Delta Offers Passengers Award Miles for Traveling with Lyft


Delta says the system is simple. To take part in the Lyft deal, SkyMiles members can just log on their Delta SkyMiles account and link to their Lyft account. Delta Air Lines is launching a frequent flier program partnership with ride-hailing service Lyft , allowing travelers to earn miles for Lyft rides. Lire la suite »

WRAPUP 1-N.Korea missile programme progressing faster than expected, says South


Communications were severed by the North a year ago, Lee said, in the wake of new sanctions following North Korea's last nuclear test and Pyongyang's decision to shut down a joint industrial zone operated inside the North. "What's more concerning is not an individual test or two individual tests, it's that they're approaching their missile development in a very pragmatic way", Joseph S. Lire la suite »

Congressman Green Calls for Trump Impeachment on House Floor

Richard Blumenthal, D-Conn., said last week that Trump's actions "may well produce impeachment proceedings". Other Democrats have repeatedly echoed their thoughts. As of today, Republicans hold 238 seats while Democrats hold 193, and four seats are vacant. Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr. would preside over the trial. Lire la suite »

WannaCry Ransomware: Know How To Protect Yourself From The Unexpected Attack

The malware attack, which began on Friday and has been linked by some researchers to previous hits by a North Korean-run hacking operation, leveraged a tool built by the NSA that leaked online in April, Microsoft says. Microsoft also dropped a rare fix for users who still used an older Windows software - even though that repair had been previously "retired" - in an effort to halt the ransomware attack, the Financial Times reported . Lire la suite »

More immigrants arrested, fewer deported under Trump


In Obama's final year in office, 92% of people arrested by ICE in the country had a criminal record. According to data the I-Team obtained from ICE, almost 3,000 of the more than 4,500 illegal immigrants deported from MA between 2014 and 2016, had either convicted of a crime, or had lied about their identity. Lire la suite »

Puerto Rico militant Oscar Lopez Rivera freed from custody after 36 years


Lopez Rivera, now 74, is to be released from house arrest in Puerto Rico, where he has been since shortly after President Barack Obama commuted the rest of his 70-year prison term. Former US President Bill Clinton offered Lopez Rivera a pardon in 1999, but the independence activist rejected it in an act of solidarity with other Puerto Rican activists who had not been offered clemency and because he refused to publicly renounce the right of colonised peoples to resist through armed struggle. Lire la suite »

Trump Asked Comey To Shut Down Flynn Investigation, Reports Say


The West Michigan libertarian firebrand is one of two House Republicans supporting Democratic legislation to form an independent commission to investigate allegations into Russian Federation and its reach in the USA presidential election. "What seems overwhelmingly clear to me is that the White House is besieged by a spectrum of the media dedicated to the far left that is relentlessly committed to doing everything they can to delegitimize this president". Lire la suite »

Derby winner Always Dreaming gallops smoothly for Preakness

Norman Casse, the son of Mark Casse and the chief assistant, said everything about Classic Empire is flawless and that "all signs show that he's going to run a really good race". In a routine 1 1/2-mile gallop Tuesday, trainer Todd Pletcher said "everything went very smoothly" for Always Dreaming and that he had "good energy" and "was moving really well". Lire la suite »

Google releases new Daydream sensory demo, Audio Factory


This means that the device doesn't require any outside source to work, such as a smartphone or a computer. But now Variety .com claims to have new details which indicate not only is such a project alive and well, but the fruits of it are poised to be revealed at least to some extent during the I/O conference, which starts May 17 and finishes May 19. Lire la suite »

On foreign policy, France's new leader is untested, unclear

Macron will be inaugurated on Sunday and the centrist's victory over far-right leader Marine Le Pen is threatening to rapidly re-draw the French political map. Tuesday's offer by Valls to stand for En Marche in the two-stage legislative elections in June is the first high-profile defection since Macron's election win and could be a boost for him. Lire la suite »

Obama told friends Trump is a 'bulls--ter'

Tuesday was the worst day of Trump's presidency, a senior White House official tells Politico , and White House staff is careening between reports of new scandals involving President Trump, Trump's tweets, and reports that many of them could lose their jobs in a big shakeup. Lire la suite »

Law Enforcement Gathers to Honor Fallen Heroes


The Annual Greensboro Police Memorial honored 22 law enforcement officers that were killed in the line of duty in Guilford County. The President said during his speech that many lawmakers refuse to show support for law enforcement in the current. Lire la suite »

Trump taped phone calls at NYC office before presidency


The advice came Sunday amid more criticism over Trump's dismissal of Comey during an Federal Bureau of Investigation probe of Russia's meddling with last year's election and any ties to the Trump campaign. "Maybe the best thing to do would be to cancel all future "press briefings" and hand out written responses for the sake of accuracy???" he added. Spicer was back to answering questions Friday about Comey's firing. Lire la suite »

Boris apologises for alcohol remark in Sikh gurdwara


He spoke of the potential for a free trade agreement between India and the United Kingdom after Brexit, suggestion that the removal of a high duty would enable greater exports of whiskey between the two countries. "I am a practising Sikh and to me that is absolutely outrageous". The Akal Takht Sandesh, a religious code of conduct, states that Sikhs "must not take hemp (cannabis), opium, liquor, tobacco, in short any intoxicant". Lire la suite »

(CERN) Updates Q2 Earnings Guidance

The company issued revenue guidance of $1.265-1.335 billion, compared to the consensus revenue estimate of $1.30 billion.Cerner also updated its FY17 guidance to $2.44-2.56 EPS. Moving averages are considered to be lagging indicators that simply take the average price of a stock over a certain period of time. The transaction was disclosed in a document filed with the Securities & Exchange Commission, which is available through this hyperlink . Lire la suite »