4 clever ways to prevent spying and 1 way to spy

Cyber-security is much like driving a car: one accident can change everything, sending ripples of misfortune through every aspect of your life. Protecting your devices may seem excessive, even silly. Do you really need two-factor identification? Aren’t all those complicated passwords just a little annoying? Isn’t public Wi-Fi use acceptable…

The man who defeated Hitler

Dietrich Bonhoeffer’s faith gave him the courage to stand against the greatest evil of the 20th century.

Beware of North Korea’s nuclear and missile pledge — Kim’s talk is cheap, it’s his actions that count

North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un’s surprise announcement that his nation will suspend tests of nuclear weapons and missiles and close its nuclear testing site sounds like a momentous victory for the U.S. It’s not – at least, not yet.

Anthony Bourdain slams Alec Baldwin’s take on #MeToo movement: ‘Just shut up’

Anthony Bourdain has opened up about the #MeToo movement and has some advice for actor Alec Baldwin.

U2’s Bono receives first George W. Bush Medal, pays tribute to late Barbara Bush

Rock star Bono, lead singer of the band U2, paid tribute to Barbara Bush on Thursday while accepting the first George W. Bush Medal for Distinguished Leadership.

Police arrest brother of man killed by Sacramento police

Sacramento police have arrested the brother of an unarmed black man shot and killed by officers last month.

California death row inmate freed after rape, murder conviction overturned

An inmate who spent more than two decades on California’s death row after being convicted of raping and killing a toddler has been freed.

Suspected 9/11 recruiter for Al Qaeda captured in Syria, Pentagon says

Anti-ISIS forces in Syria have detained a Syrian-born German man suspected of recruiting some of the 9/11 hijackers to Al Qaeda, the Pentagon said Thursday.

Waffle House sells beer for first time at Georgia baseball stadium

For the first time ever, a Waffle House location in Georgia is adding a new, adults only item to their menu — beer.

Brandywine Realty Trust: 1Q Earnings Snapshot

PHILADELPHIA (AP) _ Brandywine Realty Trust (BDN) on Thursday reported a key measure of profitability in its first quarter.

Florida mother allegedly killed her newborn twins; one found in trash

A Florida mother told police she thought she was suffering from heartburn, before she birthed stillborn twins over a toilet at her home, according to court documents.

Bernie Sanders says rapper Cardi B is ‘right’ on Social Security

Sen. Bernie Sanders gave a shout-out to Cardi B on Twitter Wednesday, agreeing with the rapper’s views on social security.

Proposed Illinois ban on youth tackle football dead for now

A proposal aimed at delaying the effects of helmet-banging head trauma by banning Illinois children younger than 12 from playing tackle football lacks the votes this spring, its sponsor said Wednesday.

Cat adopted after walking 12 miles back to family who then tried to have him euthanized

All he wanted to do was go home — and all his family wanted to do was get rid of him.

Cuba nominates Diaz-Canel to replace Raul Castro

The Cuban government nominated Miguel Mario Diaz-Canel Bermudez, the country’s 57-year-old first vice president, to succeed Raul Castro as president Wednesday in an effort to ensure the island’s single-party system outlives its creators.

Angry New York City Lyft passenger threatens driver, then steals his car

An angry Lyft passenger turned car thief in Brooklyn this month after terrifying a driver and making off with his sedan.

Will Google be the next to face off against Congress?

After watching both houses of Congress grill Mark Zuckerberg over the way Facebook handles privacy issues, I assume Google will eventually find its way back to Capitol Hill, too.

Fallen officer remembered for the joy he brought to others

Police officers from across the country are expected to attend the funeral of a Massachusetts officer who was killed in the line of duty.

Feds: Russian cyber spies exploiting unpatched routers

Your old internet router may be the perfect spy tool for the Kremlin.

Scientists aim to understand habits of a German giraffe

A giraffe in a German zoo has been outfitted with a transmitter to help scientists learn more about his habits to better protect the species in the wild.

Georgia teen missing 2 years found “happy and thriving”

A Georgia boy who was 15 when he walked out of his high school and disappeared two years ago has been found, and a sheriff says “all indications” are that he’s been “happy and thriving.”

Seoul says parts of inter-Korean summit will be aired live

North and South Korea have agreed to allow live television broadcasts for parts of the summit between North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and South Korean President Moon Jae-in next week.

Gunmen kill Shiite shopkeeper in Pakistan

Police in Pakistan say a member of the country’s Shiite minority has been killed in a drive-by shooting in the southwestern city of Quetta.

Italy president taps Berlusconi ally to try to break impasse

Italian President Sergio Mattarella has tapped the Senate president, a longtime supporter of ex-Premier Silvio Berlusconi, to explore possible alliances to create a governing majority in Parliament more than a month after Italy’s inconclusive elections.

Janitor stole hard drives holding taxpayer data, hoping to download games, authorities say

A janitor who cleaned the offices of the Florida Department of Revenue was charged Tuesday with taking four hard drives containing sensitive information about taxpayers, authorities said.

Syrian state TV: Reports on new air base bombings a false alarm

Syrian state TV acknowledged early Tuesday that the reported attack on a Syrian air base outside Homs was a false alarm, not outside aggression.

White woman charged in parking spot melee with 2 black women

A 71-year-old white woman has been charged with assault after a video surfaced showing her in a confrontation with two black service members over a parking spot.

EU’s Juncker warns of possible return to war in Balkans

European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker is warning that the volatile Balkans could face a return to war if countries in the region have no hope of joining the European Union.

Texas deputy wounded in shooting while responding to disturbance call, police say

A Texas constable deputy was wounded and transferred to a hospital early Tuesday after being shot responding to a disturbance call, police said.

“Let Your Love Flow: The Life and Times of the Bellamy Brothers” by David Bellamy and Howard Bellamy

From the publisher: “Let Your Love Flow: Life and Times of the Bellamy Brothers” is about two Florida cowboys who journeyed from country poverty to worldwide musical stardom because they had the talent and because it never occurred to them they couldn’t make it happen.