Yikes! Winter Storm Noah is making an impact from NYC to the Washington D.C. metro area and freezing temperatures are affecting people's commutes.
Sure, you can walk on down to the Charles Darwin Research Station in the town Puerto Ayora to have a look at captive tortoises in their pens (part of a breeding program) or do the same again in the town of Puerto Baquerizo Moreno on San Cristobal island, and one more time in Villamil on […] The post Galapagos: where to encounter giant tortoises in the wild appeared first on A Luxury Travel Blog.
Rapper Lil Pump was reportedly arrested after he shot a gun in his apartment and told cops an unbelievable story about home invaders. Here's what we know.
Laissez les bon temps rouler! It’s time for Mardi Gras, and there’s no bigger Fat Tuesday party than the bash in New Orleans. Grab some beads and see all the highlights from the Big Easy!
Lawmakers will try to assemble immigration legislation that can garner 60 votes as the Senate undertakes an exceedingly rare open-ended debate.
Olympic luge is here & Twitter is in love with checking out these athletes' packages! Click below to see pics of their tight outfits & reaction tweets!
Enlarge / A screenshot of the malicious Excel document spreading a Flash zeroday. (credit: Talos) An increasingly sophisticated hacking group is exploiting a zero-day vulnerability in Adobe's Flash Player that lets them take full control of infected machines, researchers said Friday. The critical, use-after-free vulnerability, which is indexed as CVE-2018-4877, resides in the latest version of the widely installed Flash, researchers from Cisco Systems' Talos group said in a blog post. Adobe said separately that versions earlier than current Flash 220.127.116.11 are also susceptible. The vulnerability came to light on Wednesday when South Korea's CERT issued an advisory warning that attack code was circulating in the wild that exploited the zeroday flaw. Talos said the exploit is being distr...