US elections more vulnerable than ever to hacking
America's political system will remain vulnerable to cyberattacks and infiltration from foreign and domestic enemies unless the government plugs major holes and commits millions of dollars in the coming years. Despite expectations that the U.S. on …
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Dec 29 (Reuters) – UK’s Competition and Markets Authority
Hollywood diva Scarlett Johansson has all the reasons to party harder than ever this New Year's Eve. You will be amazed to know that the 32-year-old actress has reportedly emerged as the top-grossing actor of 2016.
LONDON, Dec 29 (Reuters) – A dollar retreat helped emerging
stocks rise to 10-day highs on Thursday and currencies
strengthened, led by the rouble which appeared on the cusp of
breaking under 60 per dollar for the first time in 14 months.
* Expectations for U.S. economic boost pushes up equities