Month: June 2021

How to keep your company from getting shut down by hackers

The company that owns the majority of Entergy, one of the nation’s largest nuclear power plants, said Wednesday that its network of nuclear facilities is vulnerable to hackers who could compromise sensitive information.In a report that was leaked to news outlets, Entergy reported that hackers gained access to its...

Lake City reporter arrested on drug charges

A Lake City Reporter was arrested and charged with possession of cocaine and heroin.The Lake City Herald reported on Tuesday that 30-year-old Anthony Williams of Lake City was arrested for possession of a controlled substance and possessing cocaine, according to an arrest warrant.Williams, who works at a news outlet...

How to make the best steak sauce from scratch

When you make a dish that is as good as, or better than, a steak, it’s no surprise that it gets a lot of attention.That attention often comes from the same person who has already created it.But if you want to make a better steak sauce, you’re going to...

How to win the lottery: A history lesson from the past

The history of lottery ticket sales in Ireland.The last time a lottery was sold in Dublin was in 1853 when the city was only six years old.Today, the city is home to more than 5,000,000 people and the number of lottery machines is increasing every year.The numbers of tickets...

How did we get here? How did the internet get so popular?

It started in 1996 with the launch of the world’s first video chat service, World Wide Web (WWS), which was originally created for the entertainment of the rich and famous.The original WWS site has been widely used by celebrities and businesspeople worldwide.Today, the world wide web has become the...

How to Get Rid of Your Credit Report on Credit Reports

By Brian LameyPosted May 09, 2018 09:09:52The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has begun requiring credit reports on the credit histories of consumers to be updated, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) said in a press release Wednesday.This move is aimed at protecting consumers and will help the agency identify...

The GOP candidate’s ‘unwavering’ stance on LGBT rights: Meet the GOP nominee

A GOP candidate in Alabama who has long opposed same-sex marriage and is now campaigning for a Republican senator has been accused of having a “deep-seated homophobia” in a video posted to YouTube and Facebook.Alabama’s special Senate election will be held Dec. 12.The video, titled “It’s not a political...

Senate approves $2 billion in emergency spending bill

The Senate on Wednesday approved $2.4 billion in relief for those impacted by the Hurricane Harvey disaster, clearing the way for passage of the $2 trillion spending bill.The bill passed by a vote of 68-31, with Republican Sen. John Cornyn and Democratic Sen. Bernie Sanders of Vermont voting against...