The government has U-turned over its ban on onshore wind by saying turbines could be installed if the projects gain the support of local communities. The Department for Levelling Up has launched a consultation to explore how councils can “demonstrate local support and respond to views of their communities when considering onshore wind development in
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Police officers and family members declined to shake the hands of Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) and House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) during a Congressional Gold Medal ceremony on Tuesday to honor those who defended the Capitol amid the January 6th attack. Video of the ceremony showed recipients shaking hands with Senate Majority
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Dec 06, 2022Ravie LakshmananAdvanced Persistent Threat A malicious campaign targeting the Middle East is likely linked to BackdoorDiplomacy, an advanced persistent threat (APT) group with ties to China. The espionage activity, directed against a telecom company in the region, is said to have commenced on August 19, 2021 through the successful exploitation of ProxyShell flaws
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If you purchase an independently reviewed product or service through a link on our website, Rolling Stone may receive an affiliate commission. Cosmetics company NYX Professional Makeup wants to help take you to the world of Avatar and Pandora this holiday season with its limited-edition collection inspired by James Cameron’s hotly anticipated Avatar: The Way
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Jim Stewart, co-founder of R&B label Stax and Rock and Roll Hall of Famer, died on Monday, longtime staff Stax songwriter David Porter confirmed on Monday. Stewart was 92. “No way a poor kid from a housing project’s picture in Memphis would be on a bus rolling through Memphis if it were not for this
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Los Angeles County public health officials reported 10,089 more cases of the coronavirus since Friday, bringing the total number of cases to 3,562,059 as of Monday, Dec. 5. Officials reported 29 more deaths linked to the coronavirus since Friday for a total of 34,241 deaths since tracking began. Hospitalization numbers are pending information from the
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“TikTok traffickers” who use social media to advertise small boat crossings to migrants must face criminal penalties, ministers have been told. Conservative MP Natalie Elphicke believes the advertising of Channel crossings on networks such as TikTok and Facebook should be recognised as a crime. Speaking during a Commons debate on the Online Safety Bill, the
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Los Angeles-based criminal defense attorney Mark Geragos and civil rights lawyer Ben Meiselas have acquired Los Angeles Magazine from Detroit-based Hour Media, the publication confirmed on Monday. The duo formed a new company called Engine Vision Media which will be the parent company under which the flagship publication will run, along with the Pasadena and
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Dec 05, 2022Ravie LakshmananEndpoint Security / Data Protection A new data wiper malware called CryWiper has been found targeting Russian government agencies, including mayor’s offices and courts. “Although it disguises itself as a ransomware and extorts money from the victim for ‘decrypting’ data, [it] does not actually encrypt, but purposefully destroys data in the affected
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