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US government shut down 🇺🇸: Who’s to blame? | Inside Story

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Who's to blame for the US government shut down?Donald Trump's first year anniversary as US President will certainly go down in history. It was the day the government shut down after Congress failed to back a bill to fund federal agencies.Hundreds of thousands of government workers are affected. Some will stay home because their offices will be closed. Others will work without pay.Republicans and Democrats blame each other for not reaching a last minute deal. Talks broke down over issues related to immigrants and border security. So, what will happen next? And what does it mean for Trump's administration?Presenter: Hashem AhelbarraGuests:Oliver McGee, former Ass... Read More
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Riot police fire tear gas not at inmates, but guards, at Corsica prison

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In France riot police have moved in on a prison in Corsica, firing tear gas not at inmates, but guards. Unrest flared while the prison staff took part in a week-long, nationwide strike, over what they say are dangerous working conditions, including escalating attacks on guards.RT LIVE http://rt.com/on-airSubscribe to RT! http://www.youtube... Read More
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Android Malware, Free Speech, and More Security News This Week

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This week, Hawaii reeled after an emergency text alert about an impending nuclear missile attack triggered panic—and then turned out to be a false alarm. Researchers provided more details about the sophisticated Triton malware that targets industrial control systems and impacted a real-world plant last year. The anti-fascist far-left movement known as Antifa gets some of its intelligence from a ... Read More
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Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh afraid to go home

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Rohingya refugees who escaped to Bangladesh are due to start returning to Myanmar next week.More than 650,000 are living in makeshift camps after fleeing violence and persecution over the past five months.But the UN and rights groups are raising grave concerns about the repatriation process.Al Jazeera's Charles Stratford reports from Balukhali refugee camp, Bangladesh.- Subscribe to our channel: http://aje.io/AJSubscribe- Follow us... Read More
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A year of Trump: Reversing Obama-era environmental policies

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In his first year in power, President Donald Trump has stripped away many Obama-era environmental policies.His announcement last June that the US would pull out of the Paris Agreement in 2020 met with global disapproval and left the US isolated.It was followed by a series of climate-related disasters in the United States, from devastating hurricanes to wildfires.Al Jazeera's Nick Clark reports from Paris, France.- Subscribe to our channel: h... Read More
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Las Vegas’ gunman’s motive still unknown

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The Clark County sheriff has released a report on their investigation into the mass shooting at the Mandalay Bay Hotel and Casino last October. Former FBI assistant director and CBS News security analyst Ron Hosko joins CBSN to discuss their findings.No Closed Captioning Detected within this Video.... Read More
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CA leadership team at the 2018 World Economic Forum

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The World Economic Forum’s (WEF) 28th Annual Meeting kicks off next Monday, January 23 in Davos, Switzerland, bringing together global policy leaders with business and thought leaders from a multitude of sectors—including CA Technologies CEO Mike Gregoire and team. The theme of this year’s summit is “Creating a Shared Future in a Fractured World,” a welcome and frankly imperative dialogue given the challenging geo-political dynamics that we continue to work through as a global community. Among the issues on which the business and global policy communities need to focus is rebuilding and maintaining trust of its consumers and citizens—a reality which we acknowledge is more often than not tied to technological... Read More
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Data-stealing spyware ‘traced to Lebanon’

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A security bug that has infected thousands of smartphones has been uncovered by campaign group the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF).Working with mobile security firm Lookout, researchers discovered that malware in fake messaging designed to look like WhatsApp and Signal had stolen gigabytes of data.Targets included military personnel, activists, journalists and lawyers.Researchers say they traced the malware to a Lebanese government building.The threat, dubbed Dark Caracal by the researchers, looks as if it could come from a nation state and appears to use shared infrastructure li... Read More
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Intel fix causes reboots and slowdowns

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Intel says devices are rebooting more than usual after being patched with fixes it has issued to the Spectre and Meltdown security flaws in its chips.The company said it had reproduced the problem and was "making progress toward identifying the root cause".It also shared information about how the patches might affect computer performance in data centres.One financial industry expert told the BBC he was concerned about the numbers being quoted.Intel said its tests showed a reduction in perfor... Read More
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Malicious Chrome extension is next to impossible to manually remove

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MalwarebytesProving once again that Google Chrome extensions are the Achilles heel of what's arguably the Internet's most secure browser, a researcher has documented a malicious add-on that tricks users into installing it and then, he said, is nearly impossible for most to manually uninstall. It was available for download on Google servers until Wednesday, 19 days after it was privately reported to Google security officials, a researcher said. Once installed, an app called "Tiempo en colombia en vivo" prevents users from accessing the list of installed Chrome extensions by... Read More
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NTT Docomo taps Nokia for Japan’s 5G launch in 2020

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Japan’s largest mobile operator, NTT Docomo, has chosen Nokia to supply key hardware for a 2020 rollout of 5G cellular services in the country, the companies announced in a joint press release today. Though the release correctly notes that Japan has “a long and proud history of technological achievements and early technology adoption,” it places the country’s largest carrier a year behind 5G deployment ... Read More
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U.S. Senate passes bill to renew NSA warrantless internet surveillance

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(Reuters) — The U.S. Senate on Thursday passed a bill to renew the National Security Agency’s warrantless internet surveillance program for six years with minimal changes, overcoming objections from civil liberties advocates that it undermined the privacy of Americans. The legislation, which easily passed the House of Representatives last week, is expected to be signed into law by President Donald Trump by Friday. Thursday’s 65-34 passage in the Senate was largely a foregone conclusion, after senators earlier this week cleared a 60-vote procedural hurdle, which split party line... Read More
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Might and Magic: Heroes studio goes from general to foot solider with sci-fi survival game

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The survival genre is getting another entry, and this time its from the developer of the Might and Magic: Heroes series and Tropico 6. Limbic Entertainment announced Memories of Mars today. This new adventure will have players taking on the role of a clone who must craft dwellings and scavenge for resources on a Mars that Earthlings have abandoned after failed attempts at colonization. L... Read More
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Micromax Canvas 6 Pro

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The Micromax Canvas 6 Pro is a robust smartphone which can face multitasking at ease, be it video playback, games, swapping multiple apps etc. The main USP of the device is the mighty 4GB RAM which renders excellent performance and keeps the workflow steady. However, a fingerprint sensor along with NFC would have filled in the empty spaces since one can also opt out for other options such as K4 note, Le1s, Redmi Note 3 etc., within the same price range. DisplayThe Micromax Canvas 6 Pro exhibits a 5.5 inch Full HD with 1920 x 1080 pixels display resolution leading to a pixel density of 401ppi. With Colour depth of 16.7 million everything viewed on the phone is vibrant and beautiful. The display has been protected b... Read More
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Trai directs RCom to refund unspent money of mobile customers

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NEW DELHI: Following complaints from Reliance Communications customers, telecom regulator Trai today directed the company to refund unspent balance and security deposit of its customers.The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (Trai) has directed Anil Ambani-led RCom to refund money of pre-paid subscribers and deposit of post-paid customers and report compliance to the regulator by February 15 and March 31, 2017 respectively."...in view of abno... Read More
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Twitter says it exposed nearly 700,000 people to Russian propaganda during US election

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Twitter this evening released a new set of statistics related to its investigation on Russia propaganda efforts to influence the 2016 US presidential election, including that 677,775 people were exposed to social media posts from more than 50,000 automated accounts with links to the Russian government. Many of the new accounts uncovered have been traced back to an organization called the the Internet Research Agency, or IRA, with known ties to the Kremlin. The data was first presented in an incomplete form to the Senate Select Intelligence Committee last November, ... Read More
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Major security flaw found in Oman stock exchange

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An ethical hacker discovered a major flaw in the security of Oman’s stock exchange which left it vulnerable to hacking for months. The Muscat Securities Market, which has a market capitalisation of around $23 billion (approx. £16.5 billion), had its username and password set as ‘admin’ on a core router, according to a report by ZDnet. Security researcher Victor Gevers discovered this flaw, and spent several months attempting to inform the securities exchange, but was ignored. Had less ethical hackers realised the flaw, it would have allowed complete access to the network of Oman... Read More
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Iran nuclear deal collapse could spell grave consequences for the Korean peninsula – Lavrov

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The situation around Syria was one of the issues the Russian Foreign Minister addressed during a media conference after a United Nations Security Council meeting in New York. READ MORE: https://on.rt.com/8x9bRT LIVE http://rt.... Read More
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Junkie hotbed: Drug abuse such a problem on Paris Metro that train drivers just skip stations

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The levels of drug-related crime in parts of the Paris Metro have seemingly spiralled so out-of-control that train drivers are refusing to stop at certain stations.READ MORE: https://on.rt.com/8x3f RT LIVE http://rt.com... Read More
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Senate Blocks Bill, Government Shutdown Looms

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Detected Closed Captioning: all Eyes Tonight On The Senate Floor And The Vote Which All But Guarantees A Government Shutdown At Midnight President Trump Foreshadow The Outcome Tweeting Around 9:30 This Evening Quote not Looking Good For Our Great Military or Safety And Security On The Very dangerous Southern Border Dems Want To Shut Down In Order To Help Diminish The Great Success Of The Tax Cuts And What They Are Doing For Our Booming Economy A Few Hours Earlier Democrats Rallied Outside The Capitol Speaking Out About The Main Sticking Point In These Budget Discussions What To Do With Daca The Daca Program Protects About 700,000 So-called Dreamers who Were Brought To The US Illegally As children The Program Expires In March... Read More
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Why This Quantum-Encrypted Video Hangout Is a Big Deal

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It looked like just another conference call. A panel of suited men sat at a table, large white name tags and water bottles before them. The man in the center, illuminated by fluorescent lights, spoke to a camera in front of him. “It is such a privilege and thrill to witness this historical moment with you all,” said Chunli Bai, the president of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, on that afternoon last September. His image streamed live to another table of suited men more than 4,500 miles away and six hours behind, at the Austrian Academy of Sciences in Vienna. The Austrian delegation responded to Bai with their own pleasantries. The mics, cameras, and screens made for a seemingly ordinary... Read More
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Forget the Robot Singularity Apocalypse. Let’s Talk About the *Multiplicity*

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For a species that’s conquered Earth and traveled through space and invented the Slapchop, we humans sure are insecure when it comes to technology. Our greatest fear: the singularity, when the abilities of AI and robots surpass those of humans, growing so advanced that civilization is forced to reboot as humanity spirals into existential dread. Or worse, the machines turn us into batteries, à la The Matrix. As fun as that all sounds, UC Berkeley roboticist ... Read More
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Triton Malware Details Show the Dangers of Industrial System Sabotage

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A recent digital attack on the control systems of an industrial plant has renewed concerns about the threat hacking poses to critical infrastructure. And while security researchers offered some analysis last month of the malware used in the attack, called Triton or Trisis, newly revealed details of how it works expose just how vulnerable industrial plants—and their failsafe mechanisms—could be to manipulation. At the S4 security conference on Thursday, researchers from the industrial control company Schneider Electric, whose equipment Triton targeted, presented deep analysis o... Read More
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Talk to Al Jazeera: UN General Assembly President Miroslav Lajcak

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The UN General Assembly President talks to Al Jazeera about global humanitarian crises, North Korea and the status of Jerusalem.More from Talk To Al Jazeera on:YouTube - http://aje.io/ttajYTFacebook - http:/... Read More
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Talk to Al Jazeera: UN General Assembly President Miroslav Lajcak

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The UN General Assembly President talks to Al Jazeera about global humanitarian crises, North Korea and the status of Jerusalem.More from Talk To Al Jazeera on:YouTube - http://aje.io/ttajYTFacebook - http:/... Read More
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Why is the US withholding aid for Palestinian refugees? | Inside Story

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The United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees (UNRWA) is funded almost entirely by voluntary contributions from UN members. The US is the single largest donor, and gave more than 350 million dollars last year. Its first instalment for 2018 was due this month. But this week the Trump administration cut in half the 125 million dollars it had pledged.In addition, it's suspended 45 million dollars in emergency food aid it had promised in December.This all follows President Trump's decision to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel, and his threats to cut aid unless Palestinian leaders agree to resume talks. So is humanitarian aid being used for political blac... Read More
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Why is the US withholding aid for Palestinian refugees? | Inside Story

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The United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees (UNRWA) is funded almost entirely by voluntary contributions from UN members. The US is the single largest donor, and gave more than 350 million dollars last year. Its first instalment for 2018 was due this month. But this week the Trump administration cut in half the 125 million dollars it had pledged.In addition, it's suspended 45 million dollars in emergency food aid it had promised in December.This all follows President Trump's decision to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel, and his threats to cut aid unless Palestinian leaders agree to resume talks. So is humanitarian aid being used for political blac... Read More
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These 10 sites allow legal and free software download

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Software can be expensive; very often a single-copylicense can cost much more than what you paid for your computer. Thankfully, there are bona fide internet resources from where you can get free and legal software that meet your needs.If you have bought a new computer, Ninite is a one-stop shop that allows you to install a whole bunch of utilities and tools in a single swoop. On its main page, you will find over 80 titlesin categories such a web browsers, media players, photo imagers, office productivity suites, security tools, and utilities.Select whatever software you want, and Ninite creates a single installation file which you will need to download and run. From here on, the service does t... Read More
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A New Way to Track Down Bugs Could Help Save IoT

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On a clear day this summer, security researcher Ang Cui boarded a boat headed to a government biosafety facility off the northeastern tip of Long Island. Cui's security company, Red Balloon, will spend the next year studying how its Internet of Things threat-scanning tool performs on the building control systems of Plum Island Animal Disease Center. If successful, the project could provide a critical tool in the fight against vulnerabilities in embedded industrial systems and critical infrastructure. "The island is only accessible via a ferry. The dock is protected by armed guards and I presume patrolled by the Coast Guard," Cui says. Those protections, though, mean nothing to potential hackers. So Cui's... Read More
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Triton Malware Details Show the Dangers of Industrial System Sabotage

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A recent digital attack on the control systems of an industrial plant has renewed concerns about the threat hacking poses to critical infrastructure. And while security researchers offered some analysis last month of the malware used in the attack, called Triton or Trisis, newly revealed details of how it works expose just how vulnerable industrial plants—and their failsafe mechanisms—could be to manipulation. At the S4 security conference on Thursday, researchers from the industrial control company Schneider Electric, whose equipment Triton targeted, presented deep analysis o... Read More
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France-UK 🇫🇷 🇬🇧 relations: Leaders meet to discuss security

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British Prime Minister Theresa May and French President Emmanuel Macron have vowed to continue cooperating on a range of issues, after the UK leaves the European Union.The two sides also promised to help each other in their respective foreign military operations; British helicopters to help France's fight against ISIL and Al Qaeda in N Africa and French assistance in securing the EU's eastern borders with Russia.In his first presidential visit to the UK, Macron said the history between the two countries could not be 'impacted by changes in institutions'.Al Jazeera's Jonah Hull reports from Sandhurst, UK.- Subscribe to our channel: ... Read More
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Triton Malware Details Show the Dangers of Industrial System Sabotage

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A recent digital attack on the control systems of an industrial plant has renewed concerns about the threat hacking poses to critical infrastructure. And while security researchers offered some analysis last month of the malware used in the attack, called Triton or Trisis, newly revealed details of how it works expose just how vulnerable industrial plants—and their failsafe mechanisms—could be to manipulation. At the S4 security conference on Thursday, researchers from the industrial control company Schneider Electric, whose equipment Triton targeted, presented deep analysis o... Read More
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A New Way to Track Down Bugs Could Help Save IoT

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On a clear day this summer, security researcher Ang Cui boarded a boat headed to a government biosafety facility off the northeastern tip of Long Island. Cui's security company, Red Balloon, will spend the next year studying how its Internet of Things threat-scanning tool performs on the building control systems of Plum Island Animal Disease Center. If successful, the project could provide a critical tool in the fight against vulnerabilities in embedded industrial systems and critical infrastructure. "The island is only accessible via a ferry. The dock is protected by armed guards and I presume patrolled by the Coast Guard," Cui says. Those protections, though, mean nothing to potential hackers. So Cui's... Read More
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A New Way to Track Down Bugs Could Help Save IoT

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On a clear day this summer, security researcher Ang Cui boarded a boat headed to a government biosafety facility off the northeastern tip of Long Island. Cui's security company, Red Balloon, will spend the next year studying how its Internet of Things threat-scanning tool performs on the building control systems of Plum Island Animal Disease Center. If successful, the project could provide a critical tool in the fight against vulnerabilities in embedded industrial systems and critical infrastructure. "The island is only accessible via a ferry. The dock is protected by armed guards and I presume patrolled by the Coast Guard," Cui says. Those protections, though, mean nothing to potential hackers. So Cui's... Read More
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US 🇺🇸 sending mixed messages about border force in Syria

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Secretary of State Rex Tillerson and the broader US administration have been sending mixed messages about the force they're planning in Syria.On the one hand, the State Department is saying that the US is establishing and training a Syrian Border Security Force, while Tillerson has said that it isn't a border force and that it has been "misportrayed, misdescribed".Al Jazeera’s Pentagon Correspondent Patty Culhane reports from Washington, DC.- Subscribe to our channel: ... Read More
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Interview with Bryan Bender, “The Why” 01/18/18

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Detected Closed Captioning: [Music] Here's An Important Aspect Many People Overlooked In This Conversation But It Was Covered By Politico Take A Look At This Quote Reid Initiated The Program Which Ultimately Spent More Than Twenty Million Dollars A Year Through An Earmark After He Was Persuaded In Part By Aerospace Titan And Hotel Chain Founder Bob Bigelow A Friend And Fellow Nevadan Who Owns Bigelow Aerospace A Space Technology Company And Government Contractor Bigelow Whose Company Received Some Of These Research Contracts Was Also A Regular Contributor to Reid's Re-election Campaigns Campaign Finance Records Show At Least $10,000 From 98 To 2008 So Reid Was Giving The Money But Also Getting Some Money From Bigelow Through... Read More
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He Traded a Tortoise for a Turtle. He Got 6 Months in Jail.

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Without a car, Mr. Waters hopped on a Metro-North train to Connecticut with Millenium, who was still riding in the shopping cart, Ms. Waters said. Mr. Waters got off at the Fairfield train station, where the man had been waiting. Mr. Waters gave him Millenium, who the nature center said was worth $2,500, and the man handed over $300 and the musk turtle, according to the district attorney’s office.At this point in Millenium’s disappearance, the staff at the Alley Pond Environmental Center had discovered he was gone, noticed the hole in the rear fence of his enclosure and called the police. The news media ... Read More
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Tech Tip: Safely Shopping for Windows 10 Software

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AdvertisementQ. I was trying to install a new version of a program I’ve used for years and Windows 10 gave me a warning box about it not being a “verified” app. What exactly is a verified app, and should I be worried about installing this “unverified” program?A. In an effor... Read More
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When Trading in Bitcoin, Keep the Tax Man in Mind

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For the most part, that means Bitcoin and other digital currencies will be treated similarly to an investment like stocks — but not always. Given the speed at which these currencies have caught on — Bitcoin was released only in 2009 — regulators haven’t quite kept pace. The I.R.S. issued basic guidelines in 2014 for digital currencies, but tax experts say some of the rules are subject to interpretation.Other aspects, however, are quite clear. “Every time you transfer a cryptocurrency, you might trigger a gain and pay a tax,” said Selva Ozelli, a tax... Read More
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Lebanese Intelligence Turned Targets’ Android Phones Into Spy Devices, Researchers Say

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GDGS is Lebanon’s main internal intelligence agency, and its director, Maj. Gen. Abbas Ibrahim, a career army general, has a rising profile and a broadening portfolio. The agency oversees residency permits for foreigners, from diplomats and tens of thousands of Southeast Asian domestic workers to more than a million Syrian refugees. The agency’s expertise and clout has traditionally been seen as stemming from its human intelligence, not from high-tech espionage techniques.Speaking ahead of the report’s publication, General Ibrahim told Reuters: “General Security does not have these type of capabilities. We wish we had these c... Read More
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Facebook to Take Broader Look at Possible Russian Role in Brexit Vote

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“Our investigatory team is now looking to see if we can identify other similar clusters engaged in coordinated activity around the Brexit referendum that was not identified previously,” Simon Milner, Facebook’s policy director for Britain, wrote in a letter to Parliament.Facebook faces a greater challenge in identifying potential Russian activity around the Brexit vote — if any exists — because British intelligence agencies have not identified a list of suspected accounts, as the American agencies did. “We would be very interested in receiving any information, including intell... Read More
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Florida firm acquires Intelligent Product Solutions

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West Palm Beach, Fl.-based Forward Industries has acquired Hauppauge-based Intelligent Product Solutions, a product design and development company, for an undisclosed amount of cash, equity and earn outs contingent on the firm’s performance. Intelligent Product Solutions’ clients include leading consumer electronic brands, medical device makers, enterprise and security solution providers and Internet of Things connected solutions, such as Google, Physio Control, PepsiCo, Motorola, ABInBev, Zebra and Charity Water. “The company is an excellent strategic fit for Forward Industries,” Forward Industries CEO Terry Wise said in a written statement, citing its “expertise and strong track record in designing connected/Int... Read More
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Sapraicone: I would buy you a cup of coffee but it would break the law

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If left unchallenged, it is now illegal for a title insurance representative in New York State to buy a client a cup of coffee. Say what? This writer is not in the title industry, but I am a business owner and there should not be a single entrepreneur anywhere in New York who shouldn’t be very concerned about the actions of the New York State Department of Financial Services (DFS). They have just imposed regulations that make it a violation for anyone in the title industry to so much as buy a potential client a cup of coffee, much less go out to dinner to build a working relationship. Make no mistake. If this regulation is allowed to run amuck it could serve as a regulatory model that will harm every entrepreneur, ... Read More
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Why New York Hires 200 People to Pretend They’re Homeless

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The annual count, scheduled for Monday, is part of a nationwide estimate of homelessness, which helps to determine annual federal grants.The city uses the percentage of decoys who are not found as a margin of error, one of several factors used to come up with the final estimate. “All of our efforts here are essentially checking our work,” said Steven Banks, the city’s commissioner of social services.The decoy program is known as the “shadow count,” and the people who brave the cold year after year say they do it not for the pay of $85, but as a civic duty.... Read More
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Parents Demand Solution To New Rochelle Violence

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Published on Jan 19, 2018A heated debate comes after a shocking crime. Police are still looking for a 15-year-old suspect. TV 10/55’s Tony Aiello reports. Category License Standard YouTube License Detected Closed Captioning: Young People Hea... Read More
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Trump can’t move an inch from where he was a week ago on budget: Sen. Grassley

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Published on Jan 19, 2018Senate Budget Committee member Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) discusses Republicans’ last ditch efforts to avoid a government shutdown. Category License Standard YouTube License Detected Closed Captioning: FACEBOOK WILL BEGI... Read More
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Donald Trump signs bill renewing NSA warrantless internet surveillance

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(Reuters) — U.S. President Donald Trump on Friday said he signed into law a bill renewing the National Security Agency’s warrantless internet surveillance program, sealing a defeat for digital privacy advocates. “Just signed 702 Bill to reauthorize foreign intelligence collection,” Trump wrote on Twitter, referring to legislation passed by the U.S. Congress that extends Section 702 of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA). The law renews for six years and with minimal changes the National Security Agency (NSA) program, which gathers information from foreigners overseas but incidentally collects an unknown amount of communications belonging to Americans. The measure ... Read More
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3 ways the government shutdown may impact you

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Published on Jan 19, 2018A government shutdown could have an impact on everything from your passport application to those beloved Panda cams. Category News & Politics License ... Read More
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Karen Hao discusses the demand for energy by cryptocurrency miners

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Published on Jan 19, 2018CGTN's Rachelle Akuffo spoke with Quartz Technology Reporter Karen Hao about the growing demand for energy by cryptocurrency miners Category License Standard YouTube License Detected Closed Captioning: Well For More On... Read More
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TV Crew Arrested With Fake Bomb At Newark Airport

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Published on Jan 19, 2018Nine people were arrested after trying to film getting an electronic device through the airport's security. CBS2's Dana Tyler reports. Category License Standard YouTube License Detected Closed Captioning: Tonight Nine ... Read More
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New Report Links Massive Hacking Campaign to Lebanese Intelligence

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Published on Jan 19, 2018A new report released Jan. 18 by mobile security firm Lookout and the Electronic Frontier Foundation claims to have traced a large cyber espionage campaign to Lebanon's main internal intelligence agency. Category License Standard YouTube License ... Read More
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New Report Links Massive Hacking Campaign to Lebanese Intelligence

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Published on Jan 19, 2018A new report released Jan. 18 by mobile security firm Lookout and the Electronic Frontier Foundation claims to have traced a large cyber espionage campaign to Lebanon's main internal intelligence agency. Category License Standard YouTube License ... Read More
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TSA: TV Crew Busted With Fake Bomb at Newark Airport

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Published on Jan 19, 2018The U.S. Transportation Security Administration arrested nine people Jan. 18 for trying to sneak a fake bomb through a security checkpoint at Newark Liberty International Airport as part of a television stunt. Category License Standard YouTube License ... Read More
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Trump Signs Bill to Extend Controversial US Surveillance Program

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Detected Closed Captioning: U.S. President Donald Trump Has Signed A Six-year Extension Of A Controversial Government Surveillance Program. It's Known As Section 702 Of The Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (or FISA), And It Authorizes U.S. Spy Agencies To Eavesdrop On The Digital Communication Of Foreign Targets. In Doing So, Critics Contend The Government's Also Collecting Texts And Emails From American Citizens. The Senate Passed The Extension, 65-34, On Thursday, Jan. 18, Right After Republican Leader Mitch McConnell Made His Case. [McConnell]: "As We All Know, Section 702 Remains One Of The Most Important Tools That Our National Security Professionals Use To Combat Terrorism And Keep Americans Safe." After Signing Th... Read More
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Contractors face greater uncertainty as shutdown looms

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Though all personnel working in and with the federal government struggle to figure out what will happen to them if the government shuts down Jan. 19, contractors face the added uncertainty of what their companies will do with them if they cannot work on federal contracts. “A contractor may or may not receive advance notice whether they will or will not need to shut down. Some do not find out until the shutdown occurs and they try to show up for work and the base or agency is shut down,” said Anthony Anikeef and Bob Korroch, co... Read More
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Contractors face greater uncertainty as shutdown looms

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Though all personnel working in and with the federal government struggle to figure out what will happen to them if the government shuts down Jan. 19, contractors face the added uncertainty of what their companies will do with them if they cannot work on federal contracts. “A contractor may or may not receive advance notice whether they will or will not need to shut down. Some do not find out until the shutdown occurs and they try to show up for work and the base or agency is shut down,” said Anthony Anikeef and Bob Korroch, co... Read More
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Lockheed keeps F-16 production line going with Bahrain deal

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BEIRUT – Bahrain is set to become the first country in the region to operate Lockheed’s F-16 Block 70 aircraft, in a move that will boost the Falcon’s production line. Last November, Vice President Mike Pence announced the signature of ... Read More
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Lockheed keeps F-16 production line going with Bahrain deal

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BEIRUT – Bahrain is set to become the first country in the region to operate Lockheed’s F-16 Block 70 aircraft, in a move that will boost the Falcon’s production line. Last November, Vice President Mike Pence announced the signature of ... Read More
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U.S. State Department clears potential (and likely) sale of F-35s to Belgium

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WASHINGTON — The U.S. State Department on Friday pre-emptively approved a sale of F-35s to Belgium, opening the door to an expedited purchase once the country selects its future fighter. The proposed deal, worth an estimated $6.53 billion, would cover 34 F-35A conventional takeoff and landing models made by Lockheed Martin and 38 F-135 engines manufactured by Pratt & Whitney. It also includes electronic warfare systems, communicati... Read More
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U.S. State Department clears potential (and likely) sale of F-35s to Belgium

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WASHINGTON — The U.S. State Department on Friday pre-emptively approved a sale of F-35s to Belgium, opening the door to an expedited purchase once the country selects its future fighter. The proposed deal, worth an estimated $6.53 billion, would cover 34 F-35A conventional takeoff and landing models made by Lockheed Martin and 38 F-135 engines manufactured by Pratt & Whitney. It also includes electronic warfare systems, communicati... Read More
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Pentagon’s deputy secretary temporarily gets lead space advisory job

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WASHINGTON — The deputy defense secretary will step temporarily into the role of the Pentagon’s lead coordinator for space activities, according to a memo obtained by Defense News, but questions remain on who will ultimately oversee national security space programs. Congress in the fiscal 2018 National Defense Authorization Cct eliminated t... Read More
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Pentagon’s deputy secretary temporarily gets lead space advisory job

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WASHINGTON — The deputy defense secretary will step temporarily into the role of the Pentagon’s lead coordinator for space activities, according to a memo obtained by Defense News, but questions remain on who will ultimately oversee national security space programs. Congress in the fiscal 2018 National Defense Authorization Cct eliminated t... Read More
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Mattis: Countering China, Russia Top Priorities

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The Pentagon says that countering China's rapidly expanding military and an increasingly aggressive Russia are now the U.S. military's top national security priorities, outpacing the threat of terrorism, which has long gripped America and its allies. (Jan. 19)Subscribe for more Breaking News: http://smarturl.it/AssociatedPressGet updates and more Breaking News here: ... Read More
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Reality check: ‘Shithole’ comments make US global security efforts that much more difficult

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The alleged comments made by U.S. President Donald Trump about Haiti, El Salvador and African nations have spurred visceral reactions from many. The general dialogue has focused on the degree of the reported gaffe ― whether it was an outright racist slur or, as one media outlet put it, a “diplomatic blunder.” I won’t begin to surmise what he was thinking by such statements, if he did indeed say them. It’s worth noting that Trump denied using the exact words being reported by some in the meeting, confirming only that his ... Read More
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Reality check: ‘Shithole’ comments make US global security efforts that much more difficult

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The alleged comments made by U.S. President Donald Trump about Haiti, El Salvador and African nations have spurred visceral reactions from many. The general dialogue has focused on the degree of the reported gaffe ― whether it was an outright racist slur or, as one media outlet put it, a “diplomatic blunder.” I won’t begin to surmise what he was thinking by such statements, if he did indeed say them. It’s worth noting that Trump denied using the exact words being reported by some in the meeting, confirming only that his ... Read More
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Fed workforce: Here’s how Congress might protect your pay during a shutdown

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WASHINGTON — If there’s a U.S. government shutdown, dozens of lawmakers want to make sure federal employees receive retroactive pay. Democratic Rep. Don Beyer and Republican Rep. Rob Wittman, both from Virginia, have introduced the Federal Retroactive Pay Fairness Act, meant to blunt the impact of a federal government shutdown on federal workers. Maryland Democratic Sen. Ben Cardin, whose state is home to more than 130,000 federa... Read More
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Fed workforce: Here’s how Congress might protect your pay during a shutdown

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WASHINGTON — If there’s a U.S. government shutdown, dozens of lawmakers want to make sure federal employees receive retroactive pay. Democratic Rep. Don Beyer and Republican Rep. Rob Wittman, both from Virginia, have introduced the Federal Retroactive Pay Fairness Act, meant to blunt the impact of a federal government shutdown on federal workers. Maryland Democratic Sen. Ben Cardin, whose state is home to more than 130,000 federa... Read More
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Coast Guard to launch small drone competition

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WASHINGTON — Last year, the Coast Guard netted its third largest drug bust of all time with the help of a small drone. Now, the service wants that kind of ISR capability for all of its national security cutters, and plans to jump start a competition in the coming weeks. The Coast Guard intends to release a request for proposals within the next three to six weeks for small UAS services, with the award worth no more than $300 million, said Lt. Emma Lutton, a spokeswoman of the service. A contract award is expected sometime during ... Read More
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Coast Guard to launch small drone competition

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WASHINGTON — Last year, the Coast Guard netted its third largest drug bust of all time with the help of a small drone. Now, the service wants that kind of ISR capability for all of its national security cutters, and plans to jump start a competition in the coming weeks. The Coast Guard intends to release a request for proposals within the next three to six weeks for small UAS services, with the award worth no more than $300 million, said Lt. Emma Lutton, a spokeswoman of the service. A contract award is expected sometime during ... Read More
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National Defense Strategy released with clear priority: Stay ahead of Russia and China

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WASHINGTON — The Pentagon’s new National Defense Strategy lays out a world where great-power competition, rather than counterterrorism, will drive the department’s decision-making and force structure. “Inter-state strategic competition, not terrorism, is now the primary concern in U.S. national security,” the 11-page unclassified summary of the strategy reads. Instead, “the central challenge to U.S. prosperity and security is the reemergence of long-term strategic competition,” primarily from China and Russia. ... Read More
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National Defense Strategy released with clear priority: Stay ahead of Russia and China

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WASHINGTON — The Pentagon’s new National Defense Strategy lays out a world where great-power competition, rather than counterterrorism, will drive the department’s decision-making and force structure. “Inter-state strategic competition, not terrorism, is now the primary concern in U.S. national security,” the 11-page unclassified summary of the strategy reads. Instead, “the central challenge to U.S. prosperity and security is the reemergence of long-term strategic competition,” primarily from China and Russia. ... Read More
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National Defense Strategy released with clear priority: Stay ahead of Russia and China

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WASHINGTON — The Pentagon’s new National Defense Strategy lays out a world where great-power competition, rather than counterterrorism, will drive the department’s decision-making and force structure. “Inter-state strategic competition, not terrorism, is now the primary concern in U.S. national security,” the 11-page unclassified summary of the strategy reads. Instead, “the central challenge to U.S. prosperity and security is the reemergence of long-term strategic competition,” primarily from China and Russia. ... Read More
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National Defense Strategy released with clear priority: Stay ahead of Russia and China

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WASHINGTON — The Pentagon’s new National Defense Strategy lays out a world where great-power competition, rather than counterterrorism, will drive the department’s decision-making and force structure. “Inter-state strategic competition, not terrorism, is now the primary concern in U.S. national security,” the 11-page unclassified summary of the strategy reads. Instead, “the central challenge to U.S. prosperity and security is the reemergence of long-term strategic competition,” primarily from China and Russia. ... Read More
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National Defense Strategy released with clear priority: Stay ahead of Russia and China

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WASHINGTON — The Pentagon’s new National Defense Strategy lays out a world where great-power competition, rather than counterterrorism, will drive the department’s decision-making and force structure. “Inter-state strategic competition, not terrorism, is now the primary concern in U.S. national security,” the 11-page unclassified summary of the strategy reads. Instead, “the central challenge to U.S. prosperity and security is the reemergence of long-term strategic competition,” primarily from China and Russia. ... Read More
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The Air Force may not get B-21 bombers on time under long-term continuing resolution

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WASHINGTON — The Air Force’s B-21 Raider program could stagnate under a year-long continuing resolution, as the lower funding stream would slow development and possibly even delivery of the new bomber, the service’s number-two civilian warned Thursday. Congress is rushing to avoid a government shutdown, which will occur unless lawmakers pass a short-term funding stopgap by Friday. But the Air Force is getting increasingly worried that even the best case scenario — another CR — could curb key modernization efforts like th... Read More
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The Air Force may not get B-21 bombers on time under long-term continuing resolution

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WASHINGTON — The Air Force’s B-21 Raider program could stagnate under a year-long continuing resolution, as the lower funding stream would slow development and possibly even delivery of the new bomber, the service’s number-two civilian warned Thursday. Congress is rushing to avoid a government shutdown, which will occur unless lawmakers pass a short-term funding stopgap by Friday. But the Air Force is getting increasingly worried that even the best case scenario — another CR — could curb key modernization efforts like th... Read More
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Congressional budget skirmishes won’t halt cyber issues

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Worries that the government may shut down Friday at midnight have dominated the airwaves, but everything around Washington hasn’t been mired in deadlock. Federal agencies’ cyberspace policies and posture have seen a lot of activity in the past week, and there will be ramifications regardless of whether Congress manages to avert a Jan. 19 shutdown. Here’s a roundup of the biggest cyber stories: Kaspersky filed a preliminary injunction to counter DHS ban: Kaspersky Lab filed a preliminary injunction in U.S. fe... Read More
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4 ways the Pentagon can secure internet of things devices

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With the increased use of “internet of things” devices, sensors, remote technologies, data analytics and artificial intelligence, the boundaries of Department of Defense and intelligence agency networks have increased exponentially. This opens the door to a new level of communication synergy, as well as new and serious security risks. There are two big challenges when it comes to battlefield communication devices: Internet of things device security – As of now, there isn’t even a standard operating system being used for these devices on the batt... Read More
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Report links hacking campaign to Lebanese security agency

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LONDON — A major hacking operation tied to one of the most powerful security and intelligence agencies in Lebanon has been exposed after careless spies left hundreds of gigabytes of intercepted data exposed to the open internet, according to a report published Thursday. Mobile security firm Lookout, Inc. and the Electronic Frontier Foundation, a digital rights group, said the haul, which includes nearly half a million i... Read More
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House Speaker warns budget fights have pushed military ‘past the breaking point’

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House Speaker Paul Ryan fears that budget cuts coupled with increased national security threats have “pushed our military past the breaking point,” creating systemic readiness problems that are costing troops lives. “Instead of upgrading our hardware, we have let our equipment age,” he said in a defense policy speech at a Center for Strategic and International Studies event Thursday morning. “Instead of equipping our troops for tomorrow’s fight, we have let them become woefully underequipped.” ... Read More
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House Speaker warns budget fights have pushed military ‘past the breaking point’

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House Speaker Paul Ryan fears that budget cuts coupled with increased national security threats have “pushed our military past the breaking point,” creating systemic readiness problems that are costing troops lives. “Instead of upgrading our hardware, we have let our equipment age,” he said in a defense policy speech at a Center for Strategic and International Studies event Thursday morning. “Instead of equipping our troops for tomorrow’s fight, we have let them become woefully underequipped.” ... Read More
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House Speaker warns budget fights have pushed military ‘past the breaking point’

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House Speaker Paul Ryan fears that budget cuts coupled with increased national security threats have “pushed our military past the breaking point,” creating systemic readiness problems that are costing troops lives. “Instead of upgrading our hardware, we have let our equipment age,” he said in a defense policy speech at a Center for Strategic and International Studies event Thursday morning. “Instead of equipping our troops for tomorrow’s fight, we have let them become woefully underequipped.” ... Read More
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The Pentagon no longer has a leader on space programs. What does that mean?

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WASHINGTON — The position of principal Department of Defense space adviser is officially dead, with Air Force Secretary Heather Wilson having vacated the role this month. What comes next is still up in the air, as the Pentagon is still undecided on how to oversee space policy and modernization and who is best equipped to handle those issues. The 2018 defense authorization bill signed by President Donald Trump on Dec. 12 terminated the PDSA role customarily held by the Air Force’s civilian head, giving a 30-day grace period for... Read More
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New US Army Europe chief touts his regional chops

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WIESBADEN, Germany ― Lt. Gen. Christopher Cavoli, the new commander of U.S. Army forces in Europe, stepped into his new role pointing to his long experience in dealing with the continent’s land forces as a key driver for the new assignment. “I’ve had the benefit of a great deal of exposure to our allied armies and the way they operate, and how we can operate together,” he told reporters at his Jan. 18 assumption-of-command ceremony at U.S. Army Garrison Wiesbaden’s ... Read More
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New US Army Europe chief touts his regional chops

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WIESBADEN, Germany ― Lt. Gen. Christopher Cavoli, the new commander of U.S. Army forces in Europe, stepped into his new role pointing to his long experience in dealing with the continent’s land forces as a key driver for the new assignment. “I’ve had the benefit of a great deal of exposure to our allied armies and the way they operate, and how we can operate together,” he told reporters at his Jan. 18 assumption-of-command ceremony at U.S. Army Garrison Wiesbaden’s ... Read More
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New US Army Europe chief touts his regional chops

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WIESBADEN, Germany ― Lt. Gen. Christopher Cavoli, the new commander of U.S. Army forces in Europe, stepped into his new role pointing to his long experience in dealing with the continent’s land forces as a key driver for the new assignment. “I’ve had the benefit of a great deal of exposure to our allied armies and the way they operate, and how we can operate together,” he told reporters at his Jan. 18 assumption-of-command ceremony at U.S. Army Garrison Wiesbaden’s ... Read More
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Hauppauge innovator ups its video-surveillance game

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By GREGORY ZELLER // Making good on a promise by CEO Pat Lavelle, Voxx International Corp. has unveiled a new line of “innovative public safety products” focused heavily on video surveillance. In reporting the Hauppauge-based manufacturer and global distributor’s third-quarter FY2018 financial results Jan. 9, Lavelle noted “several new product introductions on the horizon across all of our business segments.” Voxx International quickly followed up, kicking off 2018 with the release of new dashboard-mounted cameras, live-stream surveillance tech and related software suites. Actually, the new public-safety technologies come... Read More
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Hauppauge innovator ups its video-surveillance game

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By GREGORY ZELLER // Making good on a promise by CEO Pat Lavelle, Voxx International Corp. has unveiled a new line of “innovative public safety products” focused heavily on video surveillance. In reporting the Hauppauge-based manufacturer and global distributor’s third-quarter FY2018 financial results Jan. 9, Lavelle noted “several new product introductions on the horizon across all of our business segments.” Voxx International quickly followed up, kicking off 2018 with the release of new dashboard-mounted cameras, live-stream surveillance tech and related software suites. Actually, the new public-safety technologies come... Read More
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Fight over immigration, defense threatens government shutdown

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Published on Jan 17, 2018House Judiciary Committee member Rep. Doug Collins (R-Ga.) discusses how immigration reform may derail coming to an agreement on a spending bill. Category License Standard YouTube License Detected Closed Captioning: BOB... Read More
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Fight over immigration, defense threatens government shutdown

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Published on Jan 17, 2018House Judiciary Committee member Rep. Doug Collins (R-Ga.) discusses how immigration reform may derail coming to an agreement on a spending bill. Category License Standard YouTube License Detected Closed Captioning: BOB... Read More
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Media reaction to Trump’s health was like an SNL skit: Sebastian Gorka

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Published on Jan 17, 2018Former Trump strategist Dr. Sebastian Gorka on Deputy Assistant Attorney General Ed O’Callaghan’s plea for immigration reform and the media’s response to President Trump’s health. Category License Standard YouTube License ... Read More
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Media reaction to Trump’s health was like an SNL skit: Sebastian Gorka

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Published on Jan 17, 2018Former Trump strategist Dr. Sebastian Gorka on Deputy Assistant Attorney General Ed O’Callaghan’s plea for immigration reform and the media’s response to President Trump’s health. Category License Standard YouTube License ... Read More
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States low on CHIP funds earlier than planned

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The Children's Health Insurance Program was supposed to be funded until March, but many states say they're already running low on money.Learn more about this story at www.newsy.com/75456/Find more videos like this at www.newsy.comFollow Newsy on Facebook: www.facebook.com/newsyvideosFollow Newsy on Twitter: www.twitter.com/newsyvideosDetected Closed Captioning: [Music] Remember That Huge Scramble Last-minute to Reauthorize The Children's Health Insurance Program Chip There's Only A couple Weeks Ago Congress Got It Done Or So They Thought As Alex Miller Reports tonight Some States Might Be In Trouble as Early As Next Week It Was One Of The Last Things Congress To... Read More
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Securitize launches ‘ICO in a box’ platform

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Companies looking to raise funding through an ICO without having to juggle regulations from the SEC and numerous other regulatory bodies around the world can now conduct simple plug-and-play ICOs. Securitize, a new company spun out of tokenized VC fund Spice VC, is launching a platform Thursday that has a host of know-your-customer (KYC), anti-money-laundering (AML), and international ICO rules built right in. The platform has two key selling points: It promises fundraising companies, and their investors, peace of mind that they’re in full ... Read More
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Democrats are holding the government hostage: Dr. Kelli Ward

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Detected Closed Captioning: THE SENATE FLOOR TODAY WHERE HE TOOK SEVERAL BLOWS AT PRESIDENT TRUMP COMPARING HIS WORDS TO THOSE OF JOESPH STALIN. >> IT SEEMS HE IS NOW IN TURN INSPIRED DICTATORS AND AUTHORITARIANS WITH HIS OWN LANGUAGE. THAT IS REP PRELENSABLE. -- REPREHENSIBLE. TERM IN JANUARY OF 2019. JOINING ME NOW, DR. KELLY WARD WHO IS RUNNING TO FILL SENATOR US. IDEA THAT, ALL IT DOES IS EXACERBATE THE VERY PROBLEM HE CLAIMS TO BE RAILING AGAINST. IT IS ANOTHER OPPORTUNITY FOR HIM TO GET OUT THERE, TALK ABOUT STIRS UP THE WHOLE FEUD. IT IS REALLY DESPICABLE THAT JEFF FLAKE USED THE PRIVILEGE OF IT IS UNBELIEVABLE. IT IS UNACCEPTABLE. AND THAT IS WHY I HAVE CHALLENGED EVERYONE RUNNING FOR REMARKS. THE PEOPLE ON THE ... Read More
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US walks fine line with its Taiwan policy

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Detected Closed Captioning: In 1979 Shortly After Recognizing The People's Republic Of China And Establishing Diplomatic Ties With Beijing Washington Devised An Official Way To Unofficially Continue Working With Taipei The US Congress Passed The Taiwan Relations Act Which Declared It u.s. Policy Quote To Preserve And Promote Extensive Close And Friendly Commercial Cultural And Other Relations Between The People Of The United States and The People On Taiwan So How Did Washington Go About Doing Just That Douglas Paul Lived In Taipei As The U.s. is Top Representative They Created This Corporate Entity Called The American Institute In Taiwan Located In Virginia and This Company Would Receive Money from Congress To Do The Busines... Read More
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US walks fine line with its Taiwan policy

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Detected Closed Captioning: In 1979 Shortly After Recognizing The People's Republic Of China And Establishing Diplomatic Ties With Beijing Washington Devised An Official Way To Unofficially Continue Working With Taipei The US Congress Passed The Taiwan Relations Act Which Declared It u.s. Policy Quote To Preserve And Promote Extensive Close And Friendly Commercial Cultural And Other Relations Between The People Of The United States and The People On Taiwan So How Did Washington Go About Doing Just That Douglas Paul Lived In Taipei As The U.s. is Top Representative They Created This Corporate Entity Called The American Institute In Taiwan Located In Virginia and This Company Would Receive Money from Congress To Do The Busines... Read More