Kasich: Trump should ‘eradicate’ North Korean leadership


Ohio Gov. John Kasich (R) speaks at a breakfast with reporters sponsored by the Christian Science Monitor in Washington on April 28. (Michael Bonfigli/The Christian Science Monitor) Ohio Gov. John Kasich, a former Republican presidential candidate, said Friday that President Trump ought to “eradicate” North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and his top lieutenants in a surgical military strike designed to ...

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'Pee-wee's Playhouse' Jambi the Genie Actor Accused of Threatening to Kill Dog


‘Pee-wee’s Playhouse’ Actor Jambi the Genie Accused of Threatening to Kill Dog 4/27/2017 4:47 PM PDT EXCLUSIVE John Paragon, the actor who played Jambi the Genie on “Pee-wee’s Playhouse,” is being accused by a neighbor of repeatedly screaming at her to “shut her f***ing dog up!!!” and he tells TMZ … guilty as charged. Elizabeth MacPherson has filed for a ...

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Hackers used Microsoft Word bug 'for months'


Image caption The bug was found in Microsoft Office software – and went unfixed for months A bug in Microsoft Word was exploited by hackers for months before it was eventually fixed, according to security researchers. The flaw allowed attackers to take control of a computer via malicious document files. The zero-day, or previously undetected, vulnerability was patched earlier this ...

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Trump on North Korea: We are Prepared to 'Defend Ourselves'


The Trump administration says North Korea’s pursuit of nuclear weapons is an urgent national security threat. North Korea’s U.N. Mission says the government is prepared for “a total war” with the United States. A mission press statement on Wednesday said North Korea will “surely win a victory in the death-defying struggle against the U.S. imperialists.” A statement issued by the ...

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South Africa nuclear deal with Russia ruled unlawful


April 26, 2017 by: Joseph Cotterill in Johannesburg Plans to build nuclear power plants in South Africa have stalled after a court ruled that president Jacob Zuma should have sought parliamentary approval for a deal with Russia. The Western Cape high court in Cape Town ruled on Wednesday that the agreement struck between Mr Zuma and president Vladimir Putin in ...

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Trump picks retired Marine general to lead Secret Service


President Trump praised the Secret Service for apprehending a man who got onto the White House grounds after climbing a fence on the night of March 10 on the east side of the property while Trump was inside the executive mansion. (The Washington Post) The White House announced Tuesday that Randolph D. “Tex” Alles, a senior customs official and retired Marine ...

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Marriott Robin Hood Confesses, Public Made Out On His Revenge Plot


Marriott Hotels Robin Hood Confesses to Cyber Attack Public Made Out On My Revenge Plot 4/24/2017 5:27 PM PDT EXCLUSIVE The Marriott Hotels ‘Robin Hood’ now admits he slashed his ex-employers’ hotel rates — to the delight of customers — purely to get revenge for being unfairly fired … he claims. Juan Rodriguez tells TMZ he was happy to help ...

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Lunch-hour hacks


Image copyright Colleen Wong Image caption Busy tech entrepreneur and mum Colleen Wong likes any apps that can save her time With two children under the age of four and a tech start-up to run, Colleen Wong has her hands full. She is happy to use any technology that can help her manage her hectic lifestyle, including family activity planning ...

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SHOCKWAVE: France Dumps Mainstream in Battle over 'Savage Globalization'


The French voted for a new leader Sunday and two candidates with opposite views of the European Union won the first round of France’s presidential election.   Thirty-nine-year-old centrist Emmanuel Macron and the right wing populist Marine Le Pen will face off in the second round on May 7.  Both are political outsiders, but Le Pen is the candidate who really ...

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Conservatives promise to cap energy prices


The Conservative party has promised to intervene in the gas and electricity market if it wins the general election in June, capping prices for two-thirds of British households. Damian Green, work and pensions secretary, confirmed that price caps would be in the Conservative manifesto, which will be published next month. “Some people feel the energy companies have taken advantage of ...

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