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Manhunt underway for hackers behind global WannaCry Ransomware cyberattack

Europol's Wainwright 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. Jakub Kroustek, a malware researcher with Avast, a security software company in the Czech Republic, said in a blog post that Russian Federation was the most affected country so far. Lire la suite »

Terrorism Not Suspected in Deadly Times Square Crash


Preliminary tests show Rojas, a US citizen and resident of the Bronx , was under the influence of the mood-altering drug PHP, law enforcement sources told the New York Times and CNN . They don't indicate why. Rojas is a USA citizen and served in the Navy from 2011 to 2014, most recently at Naval Air Station Jacksonville in Florida. Lire la suite »

Donald Trump limoge le patron du FBI, Washington sous le choc


On ne peut pas arrêter les hommes et femmes du FBI de faire ce qu'il faut, protéger les Américains et défendre la Constitution'. L'éviction surprise du patron du FBI James Comey n'a pas simplement soulevé une onde de choc à Washington: elle a également provoqué une flambée des paris sur une éventuelle destitution de Donald Trump. Lire la suite »

Severe weather batters through Wisconsin, Oklahoma

The tornado, which ripped through around 5:30 p.m., destroyed about 50 mobile homes - 10 of which are standing but inhabitable - and injured 25 people, 17 of whom were taken to hospitals. The circulation and high winds in a tornado can easily rip or even toss a mobile home, which frequently would not have a foundation. He says that in some cases, the responders left their own storm-damaged homes to help search the mobile home park. Lire la suite »

North Korea detains another Christian missionary as tensions increase

A source with knowledge of the latest talks said the venue was the Norwegian capital, Oslo, and the US delegation was led by Suzanne DiMaggio, a director and senior fellow at the New America think tank. - Won Moon Joo, a South Korean studying at New York University, was freed in October 2015 after being detained for six months for illegal entry. Kim Sang Dok, another U.S. Lire la suite »

Fact check: Haley remark on Western Wall in Israel


This information was shared with US authorities under the strict understanding that it would not be given to other agents - let alone with Russian Federation, an ally of Israel's greatest adversary Iran. However, Prime Minister Netanyahu ordered his staff not to react in any way to the recent scandals in the United States, including the leakage of information, Israeli intelligence to the Russians. Lire la suite »

Investors Buy High Volume of Call Options on QUALCOMM (QCOM)


On 05/18/2017 close, New Residential Investment Corp. About 4.18 million shares traded. Green Square Capital LLC increased its stake in QUALCOMM by 26.0% in the first quarter. This is a positive change from QUALCOMM's previous quarterly dividend of $0.53. QUALCOMM's dividend payout ratio is now 64.63%. COPYRIGHT VIOLATION NOTICE: This report was first reported by BBNS and is the property of of BBNS. Lire la suite »

'Trust' Us: Tillerson urges North Korea to back off nuke program


However, he stressed the need for a peaceful resolution by working through the United Nations with countries including China , the North's traditional ally and benefactor. South Korean businesses have faced boycotts, especially the retail group Lotte which provided the land on which the system is being constructed. North Korea conducted its latest ballistic missile test on Sunday in defiance of U.N. Lire la suite »

Comey will testify publicly before intelligence panel

President Trump told Russian officials in the Oval Office this month that firing the F.B.I. director, James B. Comey, had relieved "great pressure" on him, according to a document summarizing the meeting. House Oversight Chairman Jason Chaffetz of Utah announced a hearing next week for Comey to testify, but he did so before he had even made contact with Comey. Lire la suite »

Robert Mueller ideal choice for special counsel

Trump himself had already contradicted that explanation, telling interviewers earlier that he had already chose to dismiss Comey. Trump has tried to distance himself from Manafort with a variation of "new phone, who dat?", pretending that he barely had a cup of coffee with the campaign before being replaced by Kellyanne Conway and Steve Bannon. Lire la suite »

Google Assistant Lands on iOS- Here Are The Details

MOUNTAIN VIEW Google's computer programs are gaining a better understanding of the world, and now it wants them to handle more of the decision-making for the billions of people who use its services. Will we be able to "force" our devices to use Android Go, even if they don't officially qualify? For the unaware, Google Assistant is a virtual helper powered by artificial intelligence, and is available on Android phones along with the Google Home smart speaker. Lire la suite »

Trump's lawyers are looking up how impeachment works

White House attorneys are said to be researching impeachment procedures, CNN reported Friday , amid an avalanche of unflattering news hitting President Donald Trump's White House. Even Democrats have tried to calm impeachment talk out of concern as it is premature. These developments come in the wake of the Justice Department's appointment of special counsel Robert Mueller who was the former Federal Bureau of Investigation director to investigate into the alleged Russian meddling in the ... Lire la suite »

Lawmakers: Rosenstein Mum On White House Pressure For Comey Memo

Asked whether Rosenstein said if he received any pressure to come down hard on Comey, Rep. Sherman (D-CA) said, "He avoided at least 10 times any question that would answer your question". Singapore-based IG market analyst Jingyi Pan said the focus on the Comey investigation could maintain market jitters. "Once again, the real story is that our national security has been undermined by the leaking of private and highly classified conversations". Lire la suite »

Trump tells Russians about firing Comey

Trump later said he had already made a decision to fire Comey regardless of Rosenstein's memo, which the deputy attorney general confirmed to Congress this week. " He was insane, a real nut job", Trump said, according to the report . "On May 8, I learned that President Trump meant to remove Director Comey and sought my advice and input", Rosenstein said. Lire la suite »

Trump said firing Comey relieved 'great pressure'

House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-WI) said Thursday that the appointment of former FBI Director Robert Mueller as a special counsel for the Justice Department's Russian Federation investigation was "perfectly appropriate". Then-FBI Director James Comey publicly confirmed the existence of the investigation in March. Mueller will have the ability to hire a staff and request a budget from the Department of Justice. Lire la suite »

Lindsey Graham: Russia probe 'now a criminal investigation'


Mueller will have sweeping powers and the authority to prosecute any crimes he uncovers. Michael Flynn, who was sacked as national security advisor, reportedly told Trump's transition team weeks before the inauguration that he was under federal investigation into whether he secretly worked as a paid lobbyist for Turkey during the campaign. Lire la suite »

Trump défend son droit de partager des informations avec Moscou

Vladimir Poutine s'est dit mercredi "prêt à fournir l'enregistrement" du récent entretien à Washington entre Sergueï Lavrov et le président américain Donald Trump , un conseiller du Kremlin précisant ensuite que le président russe parlait d'une retranscription écrite de la rencontre. Lire la suite »

Trump reportedly bragged to Russian officials about squashing the FBI's Russia investigation

A spokeswoman for House Speaker Paul Ryan said he would not discuss information provided in classified briefings and said the House Oversight committee had already asked for documents related to Comey's firing. Trump on Thursday slapped down the accusations against him and said he was the victim of the "greatest witch hunt" in American political history. But lawmakers at both congressional sessions expressed frustration that Rosenstein would say little in answer to their questions about his ... Lire la suite »

Politique La liste des ministres du premier gouvernement d'Edouard Philippe


Après avoir annoncé son ralliement à Emmanuel Macron il est donc récompensé. - François Bayrou est nommé garde des sceaux. Il devient ministre de la Justice. - Richard Ferrand est ministre de la cohésion des territoires. A leurs côtés, Christophe Castaner, figure de proue de la campagne d'Emmanuel Macron sera le porte-parole du gouvernement. Lire la suite »

Trump défend son "droit" de partager des informations avec la Russie

McMaster, a défendu sans équivoque les propos échangés avec Sergueï Lavrov la semaine dernière, affirmant qu'"en aucun cas" la conversation du président américain n'avait pu porter atteinte à "la sécurité nationale". " J'ai d'excellentes informations. J'ai des gens qui me donnent chaque jour d'excellentes informations ", a-t-il affirmé, selon un responsable cité par le quotidien. Lire la suite »

Supreme Court's Roberts: 'Uncertainty' sinks voter ID appeal

That was the case, the court said, even though the state had "failed to identify even a single individual who has ever been charged with committing in-person voter fraud in North Carolina". A pile of government pamphlets explaining North Carolina's controversial "Voter ID" law sits on table at a polling station as the law goes into effect for the state's presidential primary in Charlotte, North Carolina, U.S. Lire la suite »

Donald Trump se rendra à Bethléem


Il se rendra aussi à la forteresse de Masada. Le lendemain, mardi, il se rendra à Bethléem où "il va appuyer la nécessité de faciliter un accord pour mettre fin au conflit (israélo-palestinien) et il appellera les dirigeants à prendre des mesures qui aideront à conduire à la paix", a précisé M. Lire la suite »

New sanctions on Venezuela officials upcoming

The Trump administration will take further action against "bad actors" in Venezuela if there are no changes in the country, a senior USA government official said on Thursday. One was the approval of Maduro's budget and his appointment of two government sympathizers to the National Electoral Council, decisions that are supposed to require National Assembly approval. Lire la suite »