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Trump says FBI missed signs on Florida shooting due to Russia probe, draws criticism

Trump says FBI missed signs on Florida shooting due to Russia probe, draws criticism

Politics
Student survivors of the massacre slammed Trump for connecting it to the Russia probe, which has shadowed his year-old presidency. "Oh my god. 17 OF MY CLASSMATES AND FRIENDS ARE GONE AND YOU HAVE THE AUDACITY TO MAKE THIS ABOUT RUSSIA???!!" Morgan Williams, 16, tweeted. "HAVE A DAMN HEART." The post Trump says FBI missed signs on Florida shooting due to Russia probe, draws criticism appeared first on Politicus USA.
Cars caught blowing stop signs a day after kids struck by vehicle

Cars caught blowing stop signs a day after kids struck by vehicle

Breaking News
ST. LOUIS - There's an intersection in St. Louis where the driving is so dangerous school officials are afraid to let their students walk across the street. Two children were struck by a hit and run driver trying to do just that on Wednesday. On Thursday afternoon, a Fox2/News11 camera caught drivers repeatedly ignoring stop signs and speed limits, right next to a school. There seemed to be no fear of getting a ticket. Police could be out there writing them all day long, neighbors said. Two 10-year old children were struck by a hit and run driver just after getting off of their school bus at North Euclid near Labadie. They went to a hospital though their injuries were not serious, police said. The hit and run driver remains at large. This was less than a block from North Side Community Sc...
The harmful drive-by currency mining scourge  shows no signs of abating

The harmful drive-by currency mining scourge shows no signs of abating

Technology
Aw, damn. (credit: cibomahto) The scourge of drive-by currency mining—in which websites and apps covertly run resource-draining code on other people's devices—shows no sign of abating. Over the weekend, researchers added two more incidents: one involves more than 4,200 sites (some operated by government agencies), while the other targets millions of Android devices. The first incident affected sites that offer a free text-to-speech translation service called Browsealoud. On Sunday, someone changed the JavaScript code hosted here to include currency-mining code from Coinhive, a controversial site that uses the devices of site visitors, usually without their permission, to generate digital coin known as Monero. In the process, any site that included a link to the Browsealoud JavaScript su