Microsoft says Russia behind 58% of state-backed hacks

By Frank Bajak | Associated Press BOSTON — Russia accounted for most state-sponsored hacking detected by Microsoft over the past year, with a 58% share, mostly targeting government agencies and think tanks in the United States, followed by Ukraine, Britain and European NATO members, the company said. The devastating effectiveness of the long-undetected SolarWinds hack… Continue reading Microsoft says Russia behind 58% of state-backed hacks

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Sharks assign one winger to the Barracuda, claim another off waivers

SAN JOSE – The Sharks assigned winger Adam Raska to the Barracuda on Thursday and claimed another, Jonah Gadjovich, off of waivers. Gadjovich, 22, was waived by the Vancouver Canucks on Wednesday. He played 100 games over the last three seasons with their AHL affiliate, the Utica Comets, collecting 45 points and 81 penalty minutes.… Continue reading Sharks assign one winger to the Barracuda, claim another off waivers

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Blind man who tried to use Bay Area drive-thrus loses bid to sue McDonald’s

McDonald’s has won dismissal of a lawsuit filed by a blind man who was turned away when he tried to walk up to the drive-thru window. Two of the three restaurants cited were in the Bay Area. The plaintiff visited them when he was on a tour of California McDonald’s intended to bolster his case.… Continue reading Blind man who tried to use Bay Area drive-thrus loses bid to sue McDonald’s

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Canada’s pandemic supports for small businesses set to run out

VANCOUVER (NEWS 1130) — Many of Canada’s small businesses are watching the calendar and waiting for the federal government to announce if it will continue the financial support programs that have helped them survive during the COVID-19 pandemic. Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland says the government is looking at extending supports for businesses for things like… Continue reading Canada’s pandemic supports for small businesses set to run out

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NFL Week 5 NFC East Preview: ‘Cowboys Should Be Able To Win This Game,” Says CBS Dallas’s Bill Jones

(CBS DFW) — The Dallas Cowboys come into Week 5 with a handle on the NFC East. They’ve won three in a row, most recently putting up 36 points on the undefeated Carolina Panthers, who boasted one of the NFL’s top defenses. They’re followed by the Washington Football Team, who are off to a disappointing… Continue reading NFL Week 5 NFC East Preview: ‘Cowboys Should Be Able To Win This Game,” Says CBS Dallas’s Bill Jones

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Gov. Hochul Signs Bills Aimed At Combating Opioid Crisis

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Gov. Kathy Hochul signed a package of bills Thursday in an attempt to combat the opioid crisis. At a news conference, Hochul said the main goal of the five bills is to remove barriers to getting treatment. A major change includes mandating medication-based treatment in all New York state jails and… Continue reading Gov. Hochul Signs Bills Aimed At Combating Opioid Crisis

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Survivor’s Brad Reese Says He Could Have ‘Outran That Monster’ With A Few More Power Ups

(CBS) – Another week, another flame extinguished. Episode three of the most monstrous Survivor season yet introduced another new game play mechanic and saw the fourth elimination so far – Brad Reese. CBS’ Matt Weiss spoke to Reese about his time on the island, speaking in code and whether or not the Wyoming native would give… Continue reading Survivor’s Brad Reese Says He Could Have ‘Outran That Monster’ With A Few More Power Ups

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Ben ‘Moody’ Harney Helms NYC’s Only Oyster Cart

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – Ben “Moody” Harney didn’t always like oysters. “I thought they were disgusting,” he said. But that changed when he tried his first Canadian oyster from Prince Edward Island. The glacial, mineral flavor opened his eyes to what a raw oyster could be. From that point, he was hooked. View this post… Continue reading Ben ‘Moody’ Harney Helms NYC’s Only Oyster Cart

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SLOBODIAN: Cells from hundreds of aborted fetuses could have been used to develop COVID vaccines

We were told fetal tissue from only two healthy aborted babies led to the development of many vaccines.  They were sacrificed decades ago, so it’s old news. Therefore, any concerns about ethics or morality are unfounded, or at least, overstated.  We were also told that Johnson & Johnson used fetal cell cultures from one of… Continue reading SLOBODIAN: Cells from hundreds of aborted fetuses could have been used to develop COVID vaccines

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