Wonder Woman star Gal Gadot is expecting her third child.
Wonder Woman star Gal Gadot is expecting her third child.
Here's what to do if you test positive for the coronavirus before your second Pfizer or Moderna shot.
One of the country’s largest for-profit, privately run immigration jails would be shut down by 2025 under a bill signed Wednesday by Washington Gov. Jay Inslee. The only facility that meets that definition is the Northwest Detention Center in Tacoma, a 1,575-bed immigration jail operated by the GEO Group under a contract with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
In a matter of days, the white police officer who fatally shot a Black man in a Minneapolis suburb went from being a respected professional who trained less experienced colleagues and led the department's union, to a criminal defendant held up by community activists as a symbol of police aggression toward Black people. Former Brooklyn Center police officer Kim Potter shot 20-year-old Daunte Wright in the chest during a Sunday traffic stop while she was training another officer.
Most medical experts who have testified so far blamed Mr Floyd’s death on police, not any underlying conditions
Tommy Lloyd has been an assistant coach at Gonzaga under Mark Few for the last 20 years.
The Premier League leaders have reached the last four for the first time since the Spaniard took charge.
Killing of 20-year-old Black man has sparked protests and unrest in Minnesota city
The FDA is investigating six confirmed cases where women developed severe blood clots
Retail giant Walmart (NYSE: WMT) said in a press release today it's planning to bring its ratio of full-time employees to two-thirds, or approximately 67%, by the end of 2021. The company's press release also notes full-time labor already accounts for 80% of the workers at its fulfillment centers and distribution centers. The high proportion of full-time to part-time employees at these locations has proven to be a successful model, according to Walmart's statement.
Suspect on the loose and being hunted for at an apartment complex
Defeat to Real Madrid is the story of Liverpool’s season, admits Jürgen KloppClub out of Champions League after 0-0 draw with Real Madrid‘We played some really good stuff and had massive chances’ Jürgen Klopp has urged his team to battle into next season’s competition after their Champions League exit. Photograph: Jan Kruger/Uefa/Getty Images
On Tuesday, the FDA and CDC recommended for states to pause administering the vaccine after reports of blood clots developing in patients
A medical expert called by former Minneapolis Police Officer Derek Chauvin’s defense team testified Wednesday that carbon monoxide inhaled by George Floyd may have played a role in his death.
A Tennessee police officer wounded during a confrontation with a student inside a high school bathroom was not shot by the student's gun, authorities said Wednesday, contradicting earlier law enforcement reports that the teenager fired and hit the officer. The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation released updated details of a shooting at Austin-East Magnet High School in Knoxville on Monday that left the student dead and a school resource officer wounded. The student was identified Wednesday as Anthony J. Thompson, Jr., 17.
"I had to leave the @AmericanIdol competition for personal reasons but am so thankful I get to play music for the rest of my life," the 20-year-old singer shared on Instagram Wednesday
Riders cashed out one-off IPO bonus payments, only to be told they had been overpaid and had to give some of it back
Mobility is being redefined. Joby Aviation, which is going public through a merger with Reinvent Technology Partners (NYSE: RTP), has aggressive plans to put 1,000 electric, vertical take-off and landing passenger aircraft (eVTOLs) in service by 2026. And the best part: you’ll be able to order one from your smartphone. Toyota Motor Corporation, Uber Technologies, […]
The judge hearing the Texas antitrust lawsuit against Alphabet Inc's Google put limits on what the search giant's in-house lawyers can see in an order aimed at ensuring that confidential information used in an upcoming trial remains secure. The issue is a key one for companies that have not been identified but that gave information to the Texas attorney general's office for its investigation and fear that their confidential data, like strategic business plans or discussions about negotiations, could be disclosed to Google executives. The order issued by Judge Sean Jordan of the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Texas allows Google's in-house counsel to see information deemed "confidential" but they are then limited in advising on some competitive and other decision-making for two years regarding the companies whose data they see.
(Bloomberg) -- The Houston Rockets of the National Basketball Association are investigating a cyber-attack against their networks from a relatively new ransomware group that claims to have stolen internal business data.The Rockets confirmed the attempted intrusion. Tracey Hughes, a spokesperson for the team, said the attack hasn’t impacted operations.“It appears that the unknown actors attempted to install ransomware on certain internal systems at the Rockets,” Hughes said in a statement. “However, our internal security tools prevented ransomware from being installed except for a few systems that have not impacted our operations.”Ransomware is a type of malicious code that typically encrypts a victim’s data. The hackers then demand a ransom to decrypt the information. More recently, ransomware gangs have also stolen data and threatened to make it public unless the victim pays a fee.In this case, it’s unclear if the attackers encrypted any of the basketball team’s networks.But the hacking group, which goes by the name Babuk, claims on its dark web page to have stolen 500 gigabytes of Rockets’ data -- including contracts, non-disclosure agreements and financial data -- and is threatening to publish it if the team declines to pay.Hughes, the Rockets spokesperson, said the team is aware of the hackers’ claims but didn’t comment on their veracity or the scope of the compromise.The extortion ad on Babuk’s dark web page was removed on Wednesday. Babuk is just the latest hacking group to use pages on the dark web to try to publicly extort victims into paying ransom demands.Babuk was discovered early this year and has already compromised at least “five big enterprises,” including one victim who paid as much as $85,000 after negotiations, according to security researchers at McAfee Inc. The group advertises on both English-speaking and Russian-speaking dark web forums, focusing on the Russian sites to recruit affiliates and distribute its malware.For 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.
Some people missed crucial scenes of the last episode.