Russia's election on Sunday is a mere formality, lacking any serious
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For the second time this week, United Airlines has put a dog on the wrong plane, causing flight 3996 headed to Newark from St. Louis to make an unscheduled landing in Akron, Ohio to drop off the dog.
Anti-racist protester DeAndre Harris, who was brutally beaten by a group of
The video showed him reloading as people near him tried to crawl to safety
LONDON (AP) — The United States and other allies have united behind the U.K. government in blaming Russia for the nerve-agent poisoning of former spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia. But Britain's main opposition party is split over how firmly to point the finger at Moscow.
The California Highway Patrol stated that the boulder was purposely moved and thrown from the overpass.
You can count me out of skiing ever again because this video of a ski lift malfunctioning is now my worst nightmare. If I want to shoot backwards at 500 mph I'll ride Mr. Freeze at Six Flags (something else I've vowed to never do again). SEE ALSO: Decapitated robot on Disneyland ride is pure nightmare fuel This chairlift at Guadari ski resort in the country of Georgia decided to traumatize and nearly kill a few people by becoming possessed, increasing its speed, and flying
backwards. According to local outlets, the accident "occurred because of negligence" by an operator, which I'm assuming means they pressed the wrong button on their two-button job. I mean, come on, it's harder to actually jump on the ski lift at the right time than operate it. In the videos, which are hella scary, you can see passengers jump off the lift early to avoid the pile up of chairs swinging so hard they fly off the rail. A few passengers stay on to get horrifyingly crushed between the metal, but miraculously none of the eight injured were seriously hurt. Warning: Don't watch the videos unless you're prepared to full on gasp at work. I personally can't wait to never go skiing again!
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U.S. officials discuss Russia’s role behind the cyber attacks on power plants, and how they have been targeting U.S. networks since 2016.
Ohio GOP congressional candidate Christina Hagan is using dramatic video
President Trump this week remarked that “There will always be change,” as sources tell NBC News that National Security Advisor H.R. McMaster is among those in danger of losing their jobs.
Young people across America took a stand for their safety and walked out of
She has been missing since the beginning of March.
In the latest bad pet news to hit United Airlines this week, a flight was
MOSCOW (AP) — The Latest on the poisoning of ex-spy Sergei Skripal in Britain (all times local):
Adrian Lamo, a computer hacker best known for giving up information that lead to Chelsea Manning's arrest, has died at the age of 37. Mr Lamo, occasionally known as the “homeless hacker” because of his penchant for roaming the US on Greyhound buses, died in Sedgwick County, Kansas on Friday, according to multiple reports. An account appearing to belong to his father, Mario Lamo, posted a tribute in a Facebook group called “2600 | The Hacker Quarterly”.
House Intelligence Committee member reacts after the former FBI deputy director is fired.
New reports indicate that Cambridge Analytica, the data team affiliated with Trump's 2016 presidential campaign, harvested data from 50 million Facebook users—and Facebook failed to stop them.
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A major botnet, an Equifax indictment, and more of the week's top security news.
Tecnica’s fully-customizable hiking boots may not be cheap—but you can't beat the fit.
Short for Strong Thermal Emission Velocity Enhancement, Steve was first spotted by a citizen scientist, and he sure is pretty.
The crash on Sunday that drowned five people could have been averted with rules that prevent open door flights with non-quick-release harnesses.
The "quick build" process used to put up the span that fell and killed six people is actually quite common—and has been around for decades.
The Colombian-American hacker became famous in the early 2000s for breaking into the systems at organizations like *The New York Times*, and later for his role in Chelsea Manning's arrest.
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