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World - Under anti-EU pressures, Europe`s advocates find their footing

A rollicking celebration to revel in the European Union`s 60th birthday this weekend in Rome would have rung off-key. Populists are riding a wave of Euroskepticism almost everywhere, while even top leaders of the EU have wondered if the postwar project has a future. Recommended: How much do you know about the EU?

Monday, March 27, 2017  17:54


World - The hackers trying to build a hack-proof operating system

As a teenage hacker in the early 1990s, David Mirza Ahmad quickly learned that even the savviest techies can be `owned,` old-school computer slang for exposing someone`s identity.

Monday, March 27, 2017  17:42


World - What keeps cybersecurity experts up at night?

Passcode`s Influencers Poll regularly surveys 160 high-profile experts from across government, industry, and the advocacy community. “Whether one calls them embedded systems, or the `Internet of Things,` the combination of these little computers, poor security design, and upcoming high-speed wireless networks are a perfect storm of sorts that holds the potential to make all of our current cybersecurity concerns worse, more persistent, and of much larger scale,” says Bob Stratton, a serial security entrepreneur, investor, and consultant.

Monday, March 27, 2017  17:24


World - Cyclone Debbie prompts thousands of evacuations in northeast Australia

Authorities are urging 30,000 people to evacuate Australia`s tropical northeast coast as the strongest cyclone to hit the Queensland province in six years bears down on the sparsely populated farming region. Cyclone Debbie is expected to intensify to a Category 4 storm before it makes landfall on Tuesday, bringing wind gusts up to 160 miles per hour, and a tidal surge of up to 13 feet to low-lying coastal regions. Recommended: Are you a weather nerd?

Monday, March 27, 2017  17:15


World - White House office led by Trump`s son-in-law to bring business ideas to government

Ever since his campaign, President Trump has promised to bring the best ideas from the business world to Washington to change the federal bureaucracy. Now, he is entrusting Jared Kushner, his son-in-law and one of his closest confidantes, to make that happen. Mr. Trump is expected to announce on Monday the creation of the White House Office of American Innovation to overhaul government functions using ideas from the business sector.

Monday, March 27, 2017  16:49


World - Life in a new land: a refugee`s journey

Muhannad Qaiconie, one of the organizers of the gathering, mingles easily among the guests. Just two years ago, having fled the war in Syria, Mr. Qaiconie was preparing to embark on a perilous journey to Europe. Once in Germany, he faced more hardships – loneliness, lack of work, uncertainty over whether he would be able to get his mother and sister out of war-ravaged Aleppo.

Monday, March 27, 2017  15:21

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