Have you made any of these common missteps?
Have you made any of these common missteps?
Former White House counsel Don McGahn will answer questions in private from the House Judiciary Committee in an apparent resolution of a longstandin dispute over his testimony, according to a court document filed Wednesday evening.
Woe betide the grade-school-age lad who finds himself in a movie by writing-directing duo David Charbonier and Justin Powell: He may survive their plotlines, but it won’t be pretty. Their official first feature, “The Boy Behind the Door” (which will debut on streaming platform Shudder July 29) found two such kids fighting for their lives […]
Through the use of bio big data analysis technology, Amorepacific has identified the role and epigenetic mechanism of EGR3, a gene that regulates skin barrier formation. The research results were presented under the title of "Skin Barrier Formation by Epigenetic Regulation of EGR3" at the Society for Investigative Dermatology's annual academic conference, which took place online on May 3-8. The Society for Investigative Dermatology is the most prestigious academic society in the field of skin research. In 2019, Amorepacific became the first cosmetic company in Korea to make a presentation at an event held by the academic society, with the May conference now marking the company's second such presentation.
Teoscar Hernández hit two homers and drove in three runs, Hyun Jin Ryu pitched seven sharp innings and the Toronto Blue Jays beat Atlanta 4-1 on a cold Wednesday night to continue their dominance of the Braves. Toronto improved to 5-0 against the Braves this season and have outscored them 35-16. William Contreras hit a long homer in the fifth for the only run allowed by Ryu (3-2).
(Bloomberg) -- Asian stocks dropped, with the regional benchmark erasing its gains for the year, as mounting worries over inflation and a resurgence in Covid-19 cases soured investor sentiment.The MSCI Asia Pacific Index slid as much as 1%, tracking losses in American shares after data on Wednesday showed U.S. consumer prices climbed in April by the most since 2009. The Asian gauge has now fallen more than 9% from a Feb. 17 peak.An explosive rally in commodity prices has come at a time when Asia’s tech stocks, much like their global peers, are contending with higher U.S. bond yields and stretched valuations, and regulatory tightening in China has also added to the sector’s woes. Regional stocks have also been set back by a surge in infections in several countries including India, Japan and parts of Southeast Asia.“We need to kind of price in a more normal interest-rate environment, more normal inflation environment,” said Ken Peng, head of Asia investment strategy at Citigroup Inc.’s private-banking arm. “The shake up could last a while longer. But I’m still not too worried because, growth will comeback to be the most important element once interest rates normalize.”Technology and communication services were the worst-performing sectors on the Asian gauge Thursday.In Taiwan, the benchmark stock index extended losses after slumping the most since March last year on Wednesday partly due to concern over tightening of virus-linked restrictions.Japanese shares declined for a third day on Thursday, while stocks in China snapped a two-day winning run. Markets in Singapore, India, Indonesia, Malaysia and the Philippines were shut for a holiday.READ: Tech Dominance Haunts Taiwan in Global Selloff: Taking StockFor more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.comSubscribe now to stay ahead with the most trusted business news source.©2021 Bloomberg L.P.
The market rally is at a critical juncture as inflation fears intensify the sell-off. Bitcoin extended losses late on a Tesla move. Apple and Microsoft broke support.
Amazon has decided not to move forward with the series “The Banker’s Wife,” Variety has confirmed. According to sources close to the internationally-set show, it proved too difficult to shoot due to COVID-19 production delays and budget limitations. “The Banker’s Wife” was nearing the final stages of pre-production when the COVID-19 pandemic hit in March […]
William Carrier (Vegas Golden Knights) with a Goal vs. San Jose Sharks, 05/12/2021
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Casey Mize tossed six innings of two-run ball, helping the Detroit Tigers to a three-game winning streak. Detroit can sweep the series Thursday.
Miguel Cabrera drove in two runs and surpassed Omar Vizquel for the most major league hits by a Venezuelan player, leading the Detroit Tigers past the slumping Kansas City Royals 4-2 on Wednesday night. Cabrera's two RBI singles gave him 2,878, one more than Vizquel, who played his last game in 2012 and was a coach for Cabrera and the Tigers from 2014-17. Kansas City lost its 10th straight, the Royals' longest skid since they dropped 10 in a row from March 31-April 11, 2019.
Oil prices fell on Thursday, pulling back from an eight-week high as concerns about the coronavirus crisis in India, the world's third-biggest importer of crude, tempered a rally driven by IEA and OPEC predictions that demand is coming back strong. Brent crude was down 32 cents, or 0.5%, at $69.00 a barrel by 0145 GMT, after gaining more than 1% on Wednesday. West Texas Intermediate (WTI) was down 31 cents, or 0.5%, to $65.77 a barrel, having risen 1.2% in the previous session.
In many modern criminal cases, the defendant's phone is often the first thing that the police will turn to in order to find evidence to corroborate their case. This has sparked major controversies in recent years, perhaps most notably when Apple refused to unlock the phone of the San Bernardino shooter, but as Apple noted at the time, creating a backdoor into iOS would put every user at risk. It's a complex issue without any simple solutions. Matt Bergin, a senior researcher at security firm KoreLogic, decided that the best way to shed light on the issues that arise when cops start snooping through our phones was to make an app that is capable of countering digital forensics software like Cellebrite by factory resetting a phone as soon as the software is detected. The app is called LockUp, and as Bergin explains, the point of the app is not to give criminals a Get Out of Jail Free card, but rather to show the ways in which the software law enforcement uses to support their cases is flawed. He explained to Gizmodo in a phone call why he built the app and brought it to Black Hat Asia 2021: “Really, I wrote LockUp to support the research that I was doing and to prove a point that forensic software isn’t immune to issues,” said Bergin. “I wanted to demonstrate that not only can the Cellebrite software itself have issues, but there are ways to trick forensic software to do something that you might not expect it to be able to do.” As Bergin explains, LockUp starts working as soon as a new app is downloaded on to a phone: That’s when the interrogation of the application begins. We look at things like the hashes, the files themselves, the certificate metadata associated with the application. And if LockUp finds anything that it knows, it will programmatically factory reset the target device. Bergin doesn't think that Cellebrite should be wiped off the face of the Earth, but his research and the subsequent app he wrote help to show just how imperfect these tools can be. If courts are going to use data extracted from a phone to prosecute someone, they need to know definitively that the data hasn't been tampered with. You can't download LockUp from any official app stores, so don't go searching for it, but Bergin did dump a bunch of the code on Github. If someone really wanted to, they could turn that into a working app, but as Bergin says, "making this application so accessible that it may be easily used to avoid criminal prosecution was not my goal." If you want to read more about Bergin's ongoing research, be sure to check out this lengthy blog post.
A source has told 'Page Six' that Tiffany Haddish is the front-runner for the daytime TV crown that will be relinquished by Ellen DeGeneres next year.
The Wyoming Republican survived a Feb. 3 challenge to her leadership where secret ballots were used and members could speak for and against her.
May 12—Frito-Lay will expand its Killingly manufacturing plant and warehouse — adding 120 jobs and two new Cheetos lines, officials announced Wednesday. Gov. Ned Lamont and Killingly officials said the snack maker, a division of PepsiCo, plans a $235 million expansion project. Frito-Lay's Killingly site began operations in 1980 with just 200 employees, and currently employs approximately 740 ...
The tri-state area receives about 45% of its gas from the Colonial Pipeline. There are other options too, including international imports, other pipelines and refineries. That means, don't panic
May 12—Evidence suggests that Spokane Regional Health District Administrator Amelia Clark violated state law by firing Health Officer Dr. Bob Lutz before he received a hearing, according to a preliminary state Board of Health investigation released this week. Clark's removal of Lutz, who was hired in 2017 and had led Spokane County's response to the COVID-19 pandemic, immediately sparked ...
May 12—Washington Cheney Cheney Farmers Market — Saturdays, 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Beginning June 5. Visit the Cheney Farmers Market Facebook page for details. 1011 First St., Cheney. In the parking lot of the Marketplace Restaurant and Amish Store. (509) 235-9176. Chewelah Chewelah Farmers Market — Fridays, 11 a.m.-3:30 p.m. May 14 through Oct. 15. Visit chewelahfarmersmarket.com for details. Just ...