• Australia rebukes Russia for cyber attacks

    Australia rebukes Russia for cyber attacks

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    According to a joint statement between British intelligence, the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the White House National Security Council and Homeland Security on Monday, Russian "cyber actors" had compromised routers, which are used to connect computers to the internet, to breach security systems and steal information.
  • Food City 500 postponed to Monday, will resume in stage two

    Food City 500 postponed to Monday, will resume in stage two

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    A mad shuffle on that race restart saw the fifth-year Cup driver pull away from veterans Denny Hamlin , Paul Menard , Kyle Bush, Ricky Stenhouse and Joey Logano - the running order at the time the race was postponed. He had led 74 laps on the half mile track before the rain caused the third and final stoppage. However, it remains unclear if the rain will hold off long enough to get the race in.
  • All 38 Grand National runners safe despite 26 falls

    All 38 Grand National runners safe despite 26 falls

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    Elliott, who caught the ferry back to Ireland on Saturday night, was back in his yard yesterday morning and reported that his National hero had arrived home safe and well. "AP McCoy rode one victor of this race in 20 years, Ruby has won one, Barry has too, and now Davy has and it's a great thing to have on your CV". Looking at the opposition, Anibale Fly is a real class horse, who ran a great trial, if you can call it that, to finish third in the Cheltenham Gold Cup, while Total Recall ...
  • Milo Djukanovic wins Montenegro's presidential election

    Milo Djukanovic wins Montenegro's presidential election

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    If he wins the presidency, now a ceremonial post held by his ally Filip Vujanovic, it is expected to become the real seat of power in the country of 620,000 people. Because the military alliance was joined by Montenegro in December, the vote Sunday is your initial. "I agree with Djukanovic that the state is stronger than mafia".
  • Janice Dickinson testifies against Bill Cosby in Andrea Constand retrial

    Janice Dickinson testifies against Bill Cosby in Andrea Constand retrial

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    She passed out when he entered her, and she said she felt "vaginal pain". She said didn't realize what may have happened to her until Dickinson's 2014 interview. She said that's where she started to get cramps, and that's when Cosby produced the pill. "I was rendered motionless. Slightly out of it". "When we were finished Gardener left and Cosby said, 'We'll continue this conversation upstairs, ' so I followed him to his room".
  • Cameroon athletes have gone missing from the Commonwealth Games

    Cameroon athletes have gone missing from the Commonwealth Games

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    Indian team official Ravinder Chaudry held a news conference later Friday and said the delegation planned to appeal the ban on Thodi. The matter has prompted Australia's Border Force to monitor the situation. An Australian Sports Anti-Doping Authority investigator also found a syringe in Mr Babu's bag. "My opponent didn't show up at the weigh-in this morning", he posted on Instagram .
  • Trump discussed with Erdogan the situation in Syria

    Trump discussed with Erdogan the situation in Syria

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    Last week Putin, Iran's President Hassan Rouhani and Turkey's strongman Tayyip Erdogan completed a summit in Ankara by announcing their new partnership to establish a cease-fire in Syria and to start rebuilding the war-ravaged land that is ravaged in large part by their own forces.
  • MORNING LULL: More accumulating snow on Saturday afternoon into Sunday

    MORNING LULL: More accumulating snow on Saturday afternoon into Sunday

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    After the front passes some cooler air will move in and temperatures for the start of the new work week will run 10 to 12 degrees below the average or near 70. Although no record highs were broken, temperatures soared past 80 degrees with plenty of nearly early summer-like sunshine, a welcome sight and feel in a spring where reaching 60 degrees has been a challenge.