WASHINGTON – The Department of Homeland Security is warning all Windows users of a potential security risk involving QuickTime.
Those who have QuickTime installed in their home computers, laptops and other devices are urged to uninstall the QuickTime software immediately.
Homeland Security is warning all citizens around the globe that they … Continue Reading ››
GETTYSBURG, Pa. (AP) — A retired White House gardener is selling Hillary Clinton’s 1986 Oldsmobile Cutlass, which he bought at an auction for the residence’s workers and has been sitting in his Pennsylvania garage for years.
Mike Lawn, who worked at the White House for nearly three decades, bought the car in 2000 to … Continue Reading ››
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (AP) — NASA is trying to resuscitate its planet-hunting Kepler spacecraft, in a state of emergency nearly 75 million miles away.
The treasured spacecraft — responsible for detecting nearly 5,000 planets outside our solar system — slipped into emergency mode sometime last week. The last regular contact was April 4; everything … Continue Reading ››
NEW YORK – (AP) – A man convicted of the 1964 stabbing death of Kitty Genovese in a crime that came to symbolize urban decay and indifference has died in prison at age 81.
Winston Moseley died on March 28 at the Clinton Correctional Facility in Dannemora, state prisons spokesman Thomas Mailey said. An … Continue Reading ››
WASHINGTON D.C. – (BGR News) – If you’ve flown across the country at any point in the past couple of years, you’ve probably come into contact with the Transportation Security Administration’s Randomizer app on the iPad. It’s an incredibly simplistic app that decides which lane you’re going to stand in while you wait to … Continue Reading ››