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October 26, 2018 9:03 AM Suspiria (Music for the Luca Guadagnino Film) Thom Yorke

Few rock singers of the alternative era were as original or as instantly unforgettable as Thom Yorke, and his band, Radiohead, became one of the biggest acts of the 1990s and 2000s for their challenging and unpredictable music. Early on, Yorke rarely worked outside the band, but he steadily collaborated with a variety of artists, released a pair of low-key 70

October 25, 2018 7:45 AM Cathay Pacific Says Data Breach Exposed Personal Information of 9.4 Million Passengers

Hong Kong flag carrier Cathay Pacific said Wednesday that a data breach exposed personal information of up to 9.4 million passengers, but said it had no evidence that any of the data had been misused. Cathay confirmed the breach while investigating an earlier discovery that data had been compromised, Reuters reports. The announcement follows a string 65

October 24, 2018 5:16 PM Cat Grabbed and Dropped by Hungry Hawk Ends Up Stuck in Tree for Three Days

Members of Ohio’s Erie Valley Fire and Rescue found themselves caught in the middle of a furry firefighter stereotype this weekend. On Sunday, the fire department received a call about cat that had been stuck in a tree for three days. Ellen Albert, the unlucky feline’s owner, waited to ask for assistance because her neighbors told her cats often come down on their 93

October 24, 2018 3:52 PM Cathay Pacific flags data breach affecting 9.4 million passengers

(Reuters) - Cathay Pacific Airways Ltd said on Wednesday that data of about 9.4 million passengers of Cathay and its unit Hong Kong Dragon Airlines Limited had been accessed without authorization. Cathay said 860,000 passport numbers, about 245,000 Hong Kong identity card numbers, 403 expired credit card numbers and 27 credit card numbers with no card verification 88

October 17, 2018 9:59 AM Factbox: Russian military cooperation deals with African countries

(Reuters) - Russia has signed at least 19 military cooperation deals with governments in sub-Saharan Africa since 2014, when it came under Western sanctions for annexing Crimea and stepped up efforts to diversify its economic and diplomatic partnerships. The agreements are typically valid for five years renewable and include Russian promises of hardware 50

October 14, 2018 5:16 PM Hunter shoots, kills British bicyclist in French Alps, official says

A hunter shot and killed a British bicyclist who was wearing a colored helmet and riding a colored mountain bike in the French Alps on Saturday, prosecutors said. The 22-year-old hunter, who was not identified, is being investigated on suspicion of aggravated manslaughter after the shooting near Montriond, Thonon-Les-Bains prosecutor Philippe Toccanier 136

October 13, 2018 9:02 PM Virgin Australia to offer in-flight meditation for anxious travelers

While flying gives travelers a way to see destinations across the globe, it can also be a frightening experience for some. Those who have a fear of flying can now rest easier on flights with Virgin Australia, as the airline has announced a new initiative to assist nervous flyers throughout their journey. The airline is partnering with the nonprofit Smiling 73

October 12, 2018 12:13 AM U.S. Blocks Aid Workers From North Korea

Move raises pressure on Kim Jong Un amid tense nuclear talks WASHINGTON—U.S. officials are preventing American aid workers from making humanitarian trips to North Korea, according to people familiar with the matter, inhibiting the flow of food and medical assistance to the isolated country ahead of a new round of diplomacy over Pyongyang’s nuclear program 52

October 4, 2018 8:59 AM Arsenal's Mesut Ozil, Sead Kolasinac welcomed to Azerbaijan by stadium cat

Ahead of their Europa League clash with Qarabag, the Arsenal squad had their pregame training session interrupted by a very special visit from one of the Baku Olympic Stadium's most distinguished denizens. Things quickly ground to a halt when the stadium cat came strolling by to keep an eye on the players as they limbered up. Sead Kolasinac spotted the feline 37

September 23, 2018 10:31 PM Trump Administration Targets Immigrants on Public Assistance

Legal immigrants who use or appear likely to tap public assistance programs could find it harder to come to the U.S. or stay permanently under a Trump administration proposal released Saturday. Legal immigrants could be denied a green card, which grants permanent residency, if they have received certain government assistance which they were legally allowed 51