Snow piled up rapidly in parts of the north-eastern United States on Tuesday as a blizzard began blowing in, with residents being advised to stay at home, airlines grounding flights and schools canceling classes. However, earlier predictions of up to two feet of snow in major cities like New York and Washington DC were revised down as precipitation turned to sleet early
Adobe fixed seven vulnerabilities, six that could lead to code execution, in Flash Player on Tuesday.
At a Senate hearing to discuss the growing nude photo-sharing scandal rocking the marines, commandant Gen Robert Neller makes an impassioned plea to women asking them to trust him. The Marine Corps has been rattled by a scandal involving a private Facebook group called Marines United and its surreptitious distribution of explicit images of women in the armed forces – often with obscene, misogynist commentary
Sergeant and detention officers are not guilty of Thomas Orchard manslaughter charges.
Eric Schneiderman’s office, investigating whether Exxon misled public on climate change, says secretary of state used email pseudonym ‘Wayne Tracker’
The US secretary of state, Rex Tillerson, the former chairman and chief executive of ExxonMobil Corp, used an alias email address while at the oil company to send and receive information related to climate change and other matters, according to the New York attorney general.
Some don’t seem swayed by an independent cost analysis showing deficit savings.
The recently patched REST API Endpoint vulnerability in WordPress could be leveraged to pull off stored cross-site scripting attacks.
Trumpcare does nothing but serve the rich at the expense of the poor and the sick. This is no freedom – it is a form of oppression
Paul Ryan is promoting Trumpcare as if it were some sort of medical Magna Carta – a brave declaration of healthcare freedom. “We’re not going to make an American do what they don’t want to do. You get it [healthcare] if you want it. That’s freedom” he recently said on Face the Nation. Freedom to die uninsured, that is.
It’s not that House Republicans are proposing some libertarian healthcare promised land wherein open heart surgeries and rounds of chemo are bartered and traded like tubes of toothpaste – far from it. Instead, the bill largely relies on Obamacare’s blueprint, although it mangles its details for the benefit of the rich while stripping coverage from a staggering 24 million people by 2026 (according to Monday’s estimates from the Congressional Budget Office).
The latest national report card for Australian year six students paints a disturbing picture of pupils slipping behind the world in maths and science achievement, but there was some good news.
Group collaboration software isn't anything new, but in recent years we've seen an explosion of new solutions aiming to redefine how teams work. There's Slack, of course, which has spread across startups and big organizations like wildfire. But even…