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FBI warns video calls are getting hijacked. It’s called Zoombombing

FBI warns video calls are getting hijacked. It’s called Zoombombing

As video conference app Zoom surges in popularity due to increased usage amid the coronavirus pandemic, federal officials are now warning of a new potential privacy and security concern called “Zoombombing.” The term refers to a form of cyber harassment reported by some app users, who have reported that some of their calls have been…MORE

Passengers will be allowed off Zaandam and Rotterdam cruise ships off Florida

Passengers will be allowed off Zaandam and Rotterdam cruise ships off Florida

A pair of cruise ships carrying more than 200 guests and crew with flu-like symptoms will be allowed to dock in Florida’s Port of Everglades Thursday, ending a nightmarish voyage disrupted by the coronavirus pandemic. A conditional agreement between the cruise line and local authorities will allow healthy passengers to go home while the sick…MORE

A turkey smashed through a semi windshield and walked away from the crash

A turkey smashed through a semi windshield and walked away from the crash

When you crash and burn, you just have to pick yourself back up and keep going. That seems to be the mantra for one turkey, who was making its merry way across Minnesota on Wednesday afternoon. During its flight, the turkey crashed into the windshield of a semi truck that breezing down Interstate 35E near…MORE

5 things to know for April 2: Coronavirus, health, guns, NASA, Daniel Pearl

5 things to know for April 2: Coronavirus, health, guns, NASA, Daniel Pearl

The Democratic convention is a little more than 100 days away.¬†Joe Biden says it’s difficult to imagine it will go on as planned,¬†given coronavirus measures. Here’s what you need to know to Get Up to Speed and On with Your Day. (You can also get “5 Things You Need to Know Today” delivered to your…MORE

How two funerals helped turn one small Georgia city into a hotspot for coronavirus

How two funerals helped turn one small Georgia city into a hotspot for coronavirus

When a retired janitor suddenly died in southern Georgia, crowds of relatives and friends flocked to a local funeral home and mourned together. Within weeks, their city was overrun by coronavirus cases. That cluster of coronavirus cases was linked to the funerals of 64-year-old Andrew J. Mitchell and another man, held in late February and…MORE

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