Cellino & Barnes breaking up? Upstate NY lawyer suing longtime partner

Cellino & Barnes breaking up? Upstate NY lawyer suing longtime partner Cellino and Barnes is highly recognized for their commercials that urge potential clients to "Don't Wait, Call 8" and their catchy jingle, which included their easy-to-remember phone number. "Apparently the judge granted an order sealing the documents, and (so) ... we can't look at those documents until they are unsealed by the court". His attorney, Terry Connors, did not return our call. [Full Article...]

Red Cross: Cholera death toll in Yemen reaches at least 180

The meeting discussed aspects of enhancing cooperation between Yemen and the ICRC in the humanitarian field and developing mechanisms for joint action to alleviate the repercussions of aggression war states and siege against the public health, water and environment sectors. [Full Article...]

Ransomware attack should be a 'wake-up call' for governments

Russia's Interior Ministry and companies including Spain's Telefonica, FedEx the US and French carmaker Renault all reported troubles. Though there were no reports of financial institutions in India being hit by WannaCry Ransomware, the authorities concerned are leaving anything to chance. [Full Article...]

North Korea missile test is huge step forward

The White House said Sunday that the missile came down "so close to Russian soil... the president (Donald Trump) can not imagine that Russia is pleased". North Korean state media claimed that Sunday's test verified a homing feature in the missile that allowed it to survive "under the worst re-entry situation" and accurately detonate. [Full Article...]

Ricciardo claims first podium of season as Hamilton wins in Spain

Ricciardo claims first podium of season as Hamilton wins in Spain On a day of Finns failing to finish, Ferrari's Kimi Raikkonen went out at the start after a collision with Red Bull's 2016 victor Max Verstappen. Hamilton's victory was contested by Sebastian Vettel who finished a close second, while Daniel Ricciardo of Red Bull Racing finished third in the race. [Full Article...]

Australian banks lick wounds after tax hit

The opposition will support a levy on big five banks, which will raise $6.2 billion over four years for budget fix. The Reserve Bank of Australia has additionally been warning for months that record high household debt could lead to consumption growth being significantly curtailed in the event of any economic shock. [Full Article...]

Second case of Ebola virus confirmed by WHO

So far, three individuals have reportedly died; there are two confirmed cases and 17 other suspected cases. "The agency has for a while now, been strengthening states capacities to detect, manage and respond to hemorrhagic fevers including Lassa fever and symptoms to look out for include; fever, fatigue, weakness dizziness and muscle aches". [Full Article...]

Hospital computer hit by ransomware

South Korea's government computer systems have not been affected by the crippling ransomware WannaCry, which hit hundreds of thousands of computers around the world last week, a government official said Monday. Other reported victims include Spanish multinational broadband and telecommunications provider Telefonica, American multinational courier delivery services company FedEx and universities ... [Full Article...]

Hamilton wins Spanish Grand Prix, Vettel comes second

Hamilton wins Spanish Grand Prix, Vettel comes second Pole-sitter Hamilton was overtaken by the Ferrari driver into the first turn and a fascinating tactical battle ensued. Vettel had beaten polesitter Hamilton into Turn 1, but the pace of the Mercedes driver behind forced Ferrari into an earlier-than-anticipated stop for soft tyres on lap 14. [Full Article...]

Hamilton wins in Spain with Vettel second

Hamilton wins in Spain with Vettel second He finished the race less than four second behind Hamilton , and Red Bull driver Daniel Ricciardo was nowhere close finishing a distant third. Hamilton would have had to leave his challenge until late if not for some assistance from teammate Valtteri Bottas , who held up Vettel before the Finn's Mercedes broke down in a puff of smoke. [Full Article...]

Palestinians hope for settlement curb if peace talks resume

In response to a statement by Secretary of State Rex Tillerson that Trump is carefully considering the possibility of moving the USA embassy to Yerushalayim , and that he is aware that it could prove harmful to the peace process, Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu dissented. [Full Article...]

Cyber attack is biggest of its kind ever launched, say security chiefs

Cyber attack is biggest of its kind ever launched, say security chiefs The most disruptive attacks were reported in the United Kingdom, where hospitals and clinics were forced to turn away patients after losing access to computers. "The governments of the world should treat this attack as a wake-up call", he said. Microsoft president and chief legal officer Brad Smith answers questions at a shareholders meeting in 2014. [Full Article...]

Dale Steyn rules himself out of England series; targets home season

Dale Steyn rules himself out of England series; targets home season But despite the required time for his rehabilitation passing up, it appears that the Steyn has not fully recovered and hence has backed out from the important England tour. "We have to understand that fast bowling is not something normal people do, so it's going to take time". "Obviously, one of the reasons for me playing with the A side was so that I could get some match fitness before the Te... [Full Article...]

Aunt Jemima frozen pancakes, waffles and French toast recalled

Aunt Jemima frozen pancakes, waffles and French toast recalled Consumers with the products should return them to the place of purchase for a full refund. "We are working in coordination with the Food and Drug Administration", Pinnacle Foods said of the precautionary measure. Although infected pregnant women may experience only mild, flu-like symptoms, the infection can lead to premature delivery, infection of the newborn or even stillbirth. [Full Article...]

Trump's Expected Pick for Top USDA Scientist Is Not a Scientist

Trump's Expected Pick for Top USDA Scientist Is Not a Scientist Congress established the post in the 1994 Department of Agriculture Reorganization Act, and during the past two presidential administrations, it has been occupied by scientists and public health professionals. In the past, Clovis has challenged the scientific consensus that human activity is the primary driver of climate change over the last 50 years. He attended the National Security Program at G... [Full Article...]

S.Africa court to rule on Zuma confidence vote

S.Africa court to rule on Zuma confidence vote Her choice, however, will be seen as entirely political - many will interpret a decision against a secret ballot as a move to protect Zuma. Mpofu said his job was to convince this court that not having a secret ballot would be illogical in the totality of the circumstances. [Full Article...]

No report yet of WannaCry hit on Indian network: CERT

In India, only a few isolated incidents in Kerala, Andhra Pradesh and Tamil Nadu were reported. The initial attack, known as "WannaCry", paralyzed computers that run Britain's hospital network, Germany's national railway and scores of other companies and government agencies worldwide in what was believed to be the biggest online extortion scheme ever recorded. [Full Article...]

Merkel's party triumphs in rivals' heartland

Conservative challenger Armin Laschet, a deputy leader of Mrs Merkel's party, was set to replace Ms Kraft. And, the final polls on the NRW election suggest Merkel's party is one percentage point ahead of Schulz's. She also said she respects the enormous tasks facing 39-year-old Macron as he seeks to boost the economy and overcome the sense of political malaise in his country. [Full Article...]

Europol warns of further cyberattacks on Monday morning

Britain's defense minister, Michael Fallon, told the BBC on Sunday that the government was spending about 50 million pounds, or $64 million, to improve cybersecurity at the National Health Service, where many computers still run the outdated Windows XP software, which Microsoft had stopped supporting. [Full Article...]

Pakistan win thriller for first Windies series victory

With just an over to spare, Pakistan clinched their first-ever series win in the Caribbean when they beat West Indies in a thrilling finish to the third Test in Dominica on Sunday, giving Younis Khan and Misbah-ul-Haq a flawless retirement present. [Full Article...]

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