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Cyber attacks left firms poorer by $4 bn in first half of 2017: Report

Global losses due to cyber attacks, including the cost of damage control and productivity loss, amounted to as much as $4 billion in the first half of 2017, a new report claimed on Thursday. 217 more words


The Facts

This blog is going to cover several aspects of sexual violence, and allow for survivors to tell their stories. But for this post, I want to give some cold, hard facts to show the scope of sexual violence. 301 more words

Domestic Violence

Privacy czar blames RCMP after woman denied entry to U.S. over suicide attempt

A Canadian woman was turned back at the U.S. border after information about her suicide attempt was inappropriately shared with American officials through an RCMP-administered database, the federal privacy watchdog says. 675 more words

Local News

HuffPost Morning Email: September 19th, 2017

HuffPost Morning Email: September 19th, 2017, Feds secretly wiretapped Paul Manafort before and after the election.

By Lauren Weber

Tuesday, September 19


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US Justice Department investigating Equifax execs who dumped shares before announcing breach

The U.S. Justice Department is said to be investigating the questionable sale of stock by Equifax executives in advance of the company’s public announcement of its massive data breach. 329 more words


U.S. may close embassy in Cuba in wake of mysterious ailments: Tillerson

By Josh Lederman

Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said Sunday that the United States is considering closing the U.S. Embassy in Havana in response to mysterious hearing problems that have left at least 21 employees with serious ailments. 324 more words


Obama Out

Gif courtesy of Julie Winegard via Giphy.com President Obama today penned a goodbye letter to the American people. I’m not going to quote the entire letter, but there were a couple of section…

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