An Island Off The Coast Of Japan Has Gone Missing

It’s been a bit of an odd fall in Japan. First, the cherry blossoms – “tricked” by typhoons – bloomed extra early, sending part of the country into a pastel pink haze months before schedule. Now, an entire island off the north coast of Hokkaido has gone missing – and no one seemed…

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This is what Americans think about the state of election security right now

A wide-ranging new poll yields some useful insight into how worried the average American feels about election threats as the country barrels toward midterms. The survey, conducted by NPR and researchers with Marist College, polled 949 adult U.S. residents in early September across regions of the country, contacting participants through both…

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Chechnya attacks carried out by children as young as 11, say officials

Islamic State blamed for targeting minors with online recruiting campaigns A series of coordinated attacks in Chechnya this week were carried out by teenagers and children as young as 11, local officials have said, blaming a campaign of online recruiting by extremist groups. Islamic State claimed responsibility for three separate…

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Facebook uncovers another coordinated plot and proves it will always be a target

Never gonna give you up.Image: SAUL LOEB/getty Here we go again. Facebook on Tuesday announced that it had once again detected and removed a coordinated group of so-called “inauthentic” accounts working to influence the U.S. political landscape. Despite the lessons learned from the disastrous Russian interference in the 2016 presidential…

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Pamela Anderson Defends Assange and Putin: Everything Is So Anti-Russia

Ride Responsibly initiative, whose aim is to promote safety awareness in ride-hailing apps like Uber. Its only the latest in a long line of endeavors for the 51-year-old, whos been sounding the alarm on animal rights and environmental protection since the 90s. She also wrote a letter to former President…

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Mueller Finally Solves Mysteries About Russias Fancy Bear Hackers

When Robert Muellers grand jury handed down an Fancy Bear, Sofacy, Pawn Storm, Strontium, Tsar Team, Sednit, and APT28, the Russian hackers that did the intrusions for the Kremlins election interference campaign have been active for 12 years, breaching NATO, Obamas White House, a French television station, the World Anti-Doping…

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Mueller Says Putin AssociateShouldnt SeeEvidence Unless He Comes to Court

U.S. Special Counsel Robert Mueller said a longtime associate of Russian President Vladimir Putin should be barred from seeing evidence in a U.S. criminal case unless he appears in court to defend himself. Mueller used a court filing Tuesday to claim Yevgeny Prigozhin is trying to evade prosecution even as…

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Crisis at ABC News as net scrambles to explain false Manafort slur, Trump slams ‘Fake’ network

CHYRON MALFUNCTION: ABC Apologizes For Graphic Declaring Manafort Pleaded Guilty to Manslaughter https://t.co/TBOlycnW28 pic.twitter.com/B2ksaIqz93 — Mediaite (@Mediaite) June 20, 2018 The inaccurate graphic was on air for roughly 5 seconds as David Muir anchored. The network said it was investigating how the mistake happened, but got into no more detail.…

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FBI Warns That Your Router May Be Hacked – But The Solution Could Be An Old Classic

Plenty of outlets have reported on the existence of a rather nasty-sounding malware – thought to originate in Russia – that may have already infected hundreds of thousands of Internet routers up and down the country. The FBI, however, may have a surprisingly easy fix for the problem: switch your…

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Siberian Flying Squirrels Are The Best Thing You’ll See Today (Or Ever)

Pokemon are real, or at least one is. The Siberian flying squirrel, also known as the Russian flying squirrel, is a cartoonishly adorable mammal that we feel duty bound to inform you about.  With their preternaturally huge black eyes and permanently upturned mouth, it is easy to see why this…

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