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US government is ‘exceptionally vulnerable’ to cyberattacks, security expert says

The United States is “vulnerable” to cybersecurity attacks and need to step up their defense mechanisms, the co-founder of the computer security firm CrowdStrike told CNBC Saturday. Recent cyberattacks, including NotPetya last June, have been devastating to American companies, causing them hundreds of millions

The Met’s Dining Room is worth the price of admission

If you manage to brave the crowds to see the Michelangelo masterpieces now on view at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, you can now end your cultural jaunt with a culinary treat under the same roof. The Dining Room at the museum recently opened to

Visigoth Is Leading a New Wave of American Traditional Metal

Opening with the pounding, guitar-lead laden “Steel and Silver,” Visigoth’s second album Conqueror’s Oath is a perfect encapsulation of traditional heavy metal. Aided by big choruses, vocalist Jake Rogers’ commanding wail soars above the instrumentation as dual guitars weave throughout. Unlike their debutThe Revenant King [2015] , where songs

How Olympic mixed doubles is different from traditional curling

Some of the differences between mixed doubles curling and the traditional four-person game With only two players, one man and one woman, there are less rocks thrown but way more rocks in play than in traditional curling It’s not uncommon for the house to

Who Is Lighting The Torch At The Opening Ceremony? Their Identity Is Being Kept Under Wraps

In just a few days, the Olympic flame will make its way to PyeongChang, South Korea for the opening ceremony of the 2018 Winter Olympics. Thousands of runners will carry the Olympic torch through nine provinces and eight major cities on the Korean peninsula

Nendo’s New Line Of House Goods Is A Minimalist Dream

The prolific Japanese design studio Nendo is back with a line of furniture and accessories that minimalism fans will go gaga over. One part of the series, created for the Chinese brand Zens, is a line of furniture that was inspired by the strokes of Japanese and

The Met’s Dining Room is worth the price of admission

If you manage to brave the crowds to see the Michelangelo masterpieces now on view at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, you can now end your cultural jaunt with a culinary treat under the same roof. The Dining Room at the museum recently opened to

Everlane’s first store is temporarily closed because its flooring couldn’t handle a New York winter

Everlane’s transition from online retailer to brick-and-mortar retailer is off to a rocky start. The popular millennial fashion brand announced to its customers today that it was temporarily closing its first store, located in New York City, only 42 days after it opened. The No.

ISIL is lighting oil wells on fire as they retreat, and no one is paying attention

When ISIL retreats from an area in Iraq, they usually bomb anything that supports the local economy. Most of the time, that means they bomb oil fields and refineries. A burning oil field is a terrible thing. The fire typically takes months to put

‘Modern Family’ Bosses on Why the 200th Episode Is ‘Mostly a Show About Death’

In the era of peak TV, it is no small feat for a series to reach 100 episodes, let alone 200, but it is an achievement that “Modern Family” co-creator Steve Levitan considers more of an “industry milestone than something our audience truly cares about.” Therefore,