North Korea leader will compromise nuclear ambitions next year12/19/2017 04:00Tillerson had been set to say that, "apart from that step, there are no preconditions for talks, nor will we accept pre-conditions from North Korea or others".Washington needs to shed light on its intentions before proceeding with any campaign to halt North Korea's nuclear ambitions.So, that's the real risk of this...
Brainstorm Health: Cell Phone Radiation, FDA Homeopathic Drugs, CVS-Aetna and Employers12/19/2017 04:00People can also reduce their exposure by limiting cell-phone use when the cellular signal is weak; when traveling in a high-speed vehicle, bus or train; to stream audio or video; or to download or upload large files. There is however research that shows that long term and heavy use of cell phones has a significant impact on humans...
North Korea must 'earn its way back to table': Tillerson tells UN12/18/2017 04:00The White House had responded to Tillerson's remarks earlier in the week by insisting there has been no change in USA policy, triggering a new round of reports of a rift between President Donald Trump and his chief diplomat.Feltman said he had been told in Pyongyang that North Korea wants to avoid war and said he "fervently" hoped the "door to a negotiated solution will now be opened wide"...
Your daily hot cuppa may hold another surprising health benefit12/17/2017 04:00Glaucoma is one of the leading causes of blindness. However, drinking other caffeinated beverages like coffee, iced tea, soft drinks, as well as decaffeinated tea, were found to have no impact at all.Furthermore, some studies hypothesized that the consumption of other caffeinated and non-caffeinated drinks could also influence the risk of developing glaucoma...
Mirai botnet hacker behind 2016 web outage pleads guilty12/16/2017 04:02Prosecutors say Jha, a former computer science major, was assisted by two men he met online: Josiah White, 20, of Washington, Pa., and Dalton Norman, 21, of Metairie, La., who pleaded guilty December 8 to conspiring with him on a wider botnet scheme, according to court papers filed in Alaska.Jha, a former Rutgers University computer science student, also pleaded guilty Wednesday in a New Jersey federal court to a computer fraud charge for allegedly executing a series of attacks from 2014 through 2016 that paralyzed the university's networks, often during high-stress times such as mid-term or final exams...