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  1. What are software vulnerabilities, and why are there so many...

    The recent WannaCry ransomware attack spread like wildfire, taking advantage of flaws in the Windows operating system to take control of hundreds of thousands of computers worldwide. But what exactly does that mean? It can be useful to think of hackers as burglars and malicious software as their burglary tools.

  2. Infecting mosquitoes with bacteria so they can't infect us...

    Mosquitoes and their itchy bites are more than just an annoyance. They transmit dangerous viruses with deadly consequences making them the most lethal animal on Earth.

  3. Star-studded line-up for Common People festival

    THOUSANDS of music lovers will be treated to a star-studded line-up as Common People festival returns to Oxford at the weekend. Brit Award-winning Rag'n'Bone Man, who shot to fame with hit single Human, will be among the artists on the main stage as promoter Rob da Bank brings the festival back to South Park.

  4. Cruisin' Connecticut - " Thimble Island Cruise Aboard the Sea Mist

    The islands were first discovered in 1614, and were used for quarrying, farming and bootlegging. The boat tours aboard the Sea Mist have been running since 1978.

  5. What's peace & love taste like? We sampled Ben & Jerry's Bob Marley flavor

    What's peace & love taste like? We sampled Ben & Jerry's Bob Marley flavor No, the new flavor, called One Love, doesn't taste like cannabis. Check out this story on "Next time," joked Ziggy Marley at The Roxy Monday night for an event celebrating the new flavor and his father's legacy.

  6. Ziggy gets lifetime award

    ZIGGY Marley is the first reggae act to receive the the Gershwin Award for Lifetime Musical Achievement. The presentation took place at the Spring Sing held on the campus of the University of California, Los Angeles , last Friday.

  7. Shaggy coming to the Mateel

    Jamaica-born reggae artist Shaggy will be playing at the Mateel Community Center on Sept. 12, according to a news release from the Mateel.

  8. What Trump missed in his address on tolerance - American Muslims

    Jordan's King Abdullah II, Saudi Arabia's King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, U.S. President Donald Trump, and Abu Dhabi Crown Prince Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed al-Nahyan pose for a photo during Arab-Islamic-American Summit May 21, 2017, in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. Photo by Jonathan Ernst/REUTERS President Donald Trump, like his predecessors before him, has discovered the potent language of religious tolerance and interfaith unity when discussing Islam, as he demonstrated in his speech in Saudi Arabia to leaders of some 50 Muslim nations.

  9. Love Saves The Day 2017: Travel, tickets, line-up and more

    Can I still buy Love Saves The Day 2017 tickets? Who is playing? How do I get there? This is everything you need to know Love Saves The Day is returning to Bristol's Eastville Park in May 2017, with this year's headliners including Little Dragon, Fat Freddy's Drop and Shy FX. The annual festival was first held five years ago and has since grown to become one of the biggest weekends in the ever-increasing calendar of Bristol festivals .

  10. The Wild History of Witch Hunters

    This article was originally published at The Conversation. The publication contributed the article to Live Science's Expert Voices: Op-Ed & Insights .

  11. Remembering Frankie Paul

    WHEN Earl "Chinna" Smith recorded a then-unknown teenager named Frankie Paul in 1981, he said he was struck by the singer's extraordinary talent. "He was super-talented.

  12. Roots, rock, reggae, revival in Negril

    Lee 'Scratch' Perryr with fans at the Tmrw.Tday Culture Festival in Negril, Westmoreland, over the weekend. Protoje performig at Saturday's Reggae Revival Concert and Beach Party at the Boardwalk Village, Negril, Westmoreland, part of the Tmrw.Tday Culture Festival The Reggae Revival Concert and Beach Party was the highlight event of the one-week Tmrw.Tday Culture Festival, which ends tomorrow.

  13. How data are transforming the music industry

    Fifteen years ago, Steve Jobs introduced the iPod. Since then, most music fans have understood this has radically changed how they listen to music.

  14. Lone female Wailer played integral role in original group - Beverley...

    One of the most commonly accepted inaccuracies floating around these days in music circles is that Bunny Wailer is the only surviving member of the legendary Wailers singing group. Beverley Kelso, one of the surviving symbols and cornerstone of the group, is very much alive and well, living in New York.

  15. Christian sex advice websites offer more than just tips

    This article originally appeared on The Conversation. On May 4, President Donald Trump signed an executive order that allows churches and religious leaders to explicitly endorse or oppose a political candidate without penalty to their nonprofit, tax-exempt status.

  16. Scientists are bringing back extinct species

    AFP/Getty/AFP/File - Dominant species spread across the globe are just as vulnerable during a mass extinction event as more fragile ones, which could be bad news for humans, researchers say This article originally appeared on The Conversation. De-extinction-the science of reviving species that have been lost-has moved from the realm of science-fiction to something that is now nearly feasible.

  17. Rain brings Kaya feeling

    With rain on just about everyone's mind, when it does not end up in floods, it captures the artistic imagination in especially amorous ways. There are many images - lovers walking in the wet, oblivious to or even relishing the rain drops.