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FBI warns of possible state election-system hacks

An Illinois official told Yahoo that the attack resulted in the exfiltration of personal information for 200,000 Illinois voters. Rich Barger, chief intelligence officer for cybersecurity firm ThreatConnect, told Yahoo News that one of the addresses had previously surfaced in underground Russian hacker forums.

Hackers breach election systems in Illinois, Arizona

But Yahoo News quotes "sources familiar with the document" who said Arizona and IL were the targets. Ken Menzel, general counsel for the elections board, said no files of registered voters were erased or modified and that no voting history information or voter signature images were captured.

Charges pending against driver at center of I-10 crash in Laplace

Matey said criminal charges are pending against the bus driver. Chauvin is one of two confirmed deaths from this morning's crash. In the first accident, an out-of-control pick-up truck was traveling too fast for the slick roadway and hit a guardrail, Matey said.

Ithaca College student fatally stabbed during Cornell fight

One was taken to Cayuga Medical Center "for treatment of serious injuries", and was later pronounced dead, and the other man was "flown to a regional trauma center". Later, Ithaca College released a statement on its official Facebook page confirming that both the students were students of the same institution.

Jeff Williams will quietly become NASA's most experienced flier

Williams has reached 520 days after a Space Shuttle mission in 2000, two previous increments on the Space Station in 2006 and 2009, and he's now nearing the end of his third mission to the Space Station. By getting the IDA up and running, the ISS can now accept the private ships that will be flying in 2017 and 2018 to bring astronauts to and from the station, as part of NASA's Commercial Crew Program.

Judge blocks Obama's order on transgender bathroom access

The judge said his order, which applies nationwide, was not about the policy issues of transgender rights but his conclusion that federal officials simply did not follow rules that required an opportunity for comment before such directives are issued.

Florida: 5 new Zika cases including 1 in the Tampa Bay area

According to NBC News , Florida officials confirmed that at least one person has a locally-transmitted Zika infection in Pinellas County in the Tampa Bay-area of Florida.The county includes cities Clearwater and St. The Arkansas resident who tested positive last week had recently visited the Caribbean. The number of Zika cases there now total 10,690, with 1,035 of those being pregnant women.

Crews make progress on Spokane area wildfires

West on Tuesday, blackening hundreds of square miles of land and forcing residents from homes in California and Washington state. After touring the Spokane-area fires on Tuesday, Gov. The fire caused a delay in the opening of schools in Wellpinit. The blaze, which officials said was intentionally set, is 90 percent contained. More than 4,000 vehicles come and go each day at the site along the main thoroughfare between Jackson and Yellowstone National Park.

NEEF: Happy Birthday, National Park Service!

The first 1,000 people to arrive for the event between 8 a.m. and 9 a.m. will get a free T-shirt and an umbrella to celebrate the "Centennial Living Arrowhead", which is meant to help commemorate the 100th anniversary of the agency's founding in 1916.

In dry, windy West, crews target flames in several states

Hearst Castle, the palatial ocean-view estate popular among tourists, remains closed because of proximity to the fire. The castle doors and windows are... A central Idaho wildfire expanded to 150 square miles and residents of about 125 homes in the area remained under low-level evacuation notices. At least 16 homes have been destroyed and hundreds have evacuated, but there have been non injuries, authorities said.

In latest hedge, Trump says immigration laws can be softened

In an immigration town hall event with Fox News anchor Sean Hannity, Trump was asked whether he would be willing to change USA law to accommodate those illegal immigrants who have been contributing to American society, obeyed laws and have children.

Virginia governor restores voting rights to 13000 felons

Following the Virginia Supreme Court's decision to strike down the governor's historic restoration of rights of former felons, Governor Terry McAuliffe is preparing to make an announcement on the subject this Monday. The Cyber-Physical Systems Summit will be held to spread awareness about the challenges that organizations face to protect autonomous platforms, infrastructure and Internet of Things-based devices, McAuliffe's office said Thursday .

Louisiana gov: Trump helped 'shine a spotlight' on flood recovery

They all vary, for example, the Eden Church Road shelter needs unopened Depends for adults, new underwear for all ages and sizes, socks and nighttime volunteers, all of which the shelter will accept. According to recent statistics released by the American Red Cross, more than 200,000 people in the area have now been affected by the flooding; approximately 90,000 homes have been damaged; at least 30,000 water rescues have been reported; and more than 10,600 people have sought refuge in almost ...

Pence laughs at Trump's vow on black support

Consider: The unemployment rate in the black community is higher than that in the white community. The Clinton campaign's Marlon Marshall added in a statement: "Donald Trump asks what the African-American community has to lose by voting for him".

Gawker's flagship website to close after Univision deal

Nick Denton told his staff on Thursday that Gawker .com will shut down. Twitter immediately went berserk in an unholy melange of shock, sadness and Schadenfreude. "If you want to ascribe blame, blame Denton". Gawker Media is appealing the jury verdict . They are: Gawker .com, Deadspin, Lifehacker, Gizmodo, Kotaku , Jalopnik , and Jezebel .

Monroe County health officials confirm Zika virus case

The state has reported 499 cases of the Zika virus, with 413 involving people who contracted it elsewhere and returned home, and 58 pregnant women. In a statement , HHS said the actual number of people infected with Zika is likely higher because most people with Zika infections have no symptoms and might not seek testing.

Toppsfield's Abbey D'Agostino: Olympic Hero

Following a protest, both runners were advanced to Friday's final, as was a third runner who was affected by the collision, Jennifer Wenth of Austria. "We have to finish this". Like, I've never met this girl before. "Why am I on the ground?'", said Hamblin after the race. "She helped me first, I tried to help her".

House Republicans push DOJ on Clinton perjury probe

He added that Clinton and her staffers were "extremely careless" in their "handling of very sensitive, highly classified information". "The State Department respects the FBI's desire to accommodate the request of its committees of oversight in Congress, just as we do with our oversight committees", Trudeau said.

Red Cross hands out clean up kits, helps flood victims in region

Thousands of people in southern Louisiana were hunkered down Monday in shelters, forced out of their homes by intense flooding that took many people by surprise, according to The Associated Press. The Red Cross has shelters open in Louisiana and just recently opened shelters in MS too. John Bel Edwards said Sunday that at least 7,000 people have been rescued so far.

New Poll Shows Clinton, Democrats Ahead in Key NC Races

Trump has broken with decades of presidential candidates by refusing to make his filings public. The campaign noted that the couple have now released all their tax returns dating to 1977. Obama repeatedly used Romney's business dealings against him and seized upon the former MA governor's reluctance to release certain tax records. On Thursday, she raised the issue during an economic speech in MI.

Real Husband At Last: Inside Kevin Hart and Eniko Parrish's Magical Wedding

The duo chronicled their big day on social media, with the " Ride Along " star sharing an Instagram photo of the happy couple in full wedding attire. "I'm excited. I got a good one", Hart told ENews . At the time, the comedian posted a picture to Instagram with news of the engagement. Hart also recently posted a pic of the two's tropical family vacation.

Miami students in Zika zone can't bring repellent to school

Zika infection during pregnancy may cause a serious birth defect of the brain called microcephaly and other severe fetal brain defects. Aerial spraying of pesticides targeting adult mosquitoes is scheduled Friday over Wynwood as well as surrounding areas, and tablets of larvae-eating bacteria are being dropped into storm drains throughout Miami-Dade County just in case.

Muslim Woman Sues Over 'Nightmare' With Chicago Cops

Al-Matar, who also goes by the name Angel, was charged with reckless conduct and counts of obstructing justice after the arrest outside a busy station in Chicago's downtown elevated train system. A police spokesman declined to comment specifically on the suit, saying the department doesn't comment on pending litigation. A Chicago police spokeswoman said the department does not comment on pending litigation.

'I will vote for Mrs. Clinton': 1st sitting GOP congressman rejects Trump

Hillary Clinton holds one of Donald Trump's ties during an event in Denver, Colorado. Green Party Convention: Ahead of this weekend's Presidential Nominating Convention in Houston, Texas, Green Party candidate Jill Stein announced Monday that she has selected Ajamu Baraka as her running mate, reports Time .

Ex-Trump staffer sues campaign, alleges gun incident in North Carolina

Bordini is suing both the Trump campaign and Phillip for "assault, battery, intentional infliction of emotional distress and negligent infliction of emotional distress". After a week of enduring Hillary Clinton's attack lines, Donald Trump struck back Wednesday. Bordini says he was hired as a software trainer for the Trump campaign in December 2015.

Chicago chief talks of police video

But the Chicago Tribune (http://trib.in/2bexZjo ) reports Monday that Emanuel says it's too soon to say whether the July 28 shooting of Paul O'Neal suggests officers need more training. Afterward, one of the officers can be heard complaining that he'll be on desk duty for 30 days. Johnson said the officers had training in how to use the cameras but it is not clear how extensive that training was.

Bravo! 13 Times Hillary's Historic Speech Moved the Crowd

She spoke calmly and deliberately, as if she was trying to soak up every moment. His supporters chanted at times during her speech only to be drowned out by her supporters. She promised to pay for all this by taxing the rich and corporate America, a nonstarter with Republicans and counterproductive if her goal is economic growth.

Dutch rider Van Der Breggen wins women's road race

American competitor Mara Abbott zoomed past van Vleuten seconds later, but she lost steam in the final leg of the race and van Vleuten's teammate Anna van der Bergen took home the gold. She also succeeded in splintering the peloton, pushing a tempo so strong that Vos and Armitstead - the silver medalist at the London Games - slowly dropped off the pace.

Martinez, Verlander held Tigers top Mets

Elsewhere, the White Sox dropped a 7-5 decision to visiting Baltimore, while the Cubs won at Oakland 7-2 to maintain its 9-1/2 game lead over St. Louis in the NL Central. Verlander's only blemish came in the fourth inning, when Kelly Johnson - 0-for-15 off the righty lifetime - ambushed a first-pitch hanging curveball and hit it out to rightfield.

American shooter wins first gold in Rio

The first medal of the games will be awarded before noon (ET) in the women's 10M air rifle (an Indian is the favorite , as India is sending its largest team ever to these games). Li finished with 207.0, while Thrasher came in with 208.0. "This is beyond my wildest dreams", she added. "They didn't think I could kill a deer", she told the website.