Hospital chain attack part of ongoing cybersecurity concerns

CHICAGO (AP) — Diverted ambulances. Cancer treatment delayed. Electronic health records offline. These are just some of ripple effects of an apparent cyberattack on a major nonprofit health system that disrupted operations throughout the U.S. While CommonSpirit Health confirmed it experienced an “IT security issue” earlier this week, the company has remained mum when pressed… Continue reading Hospital chain attack part of ongoing cybersecurity concerns

Dolphins assistant breaks down TE Mike Gesicki’s lack of playing time; plus Thursday injury updates

Miami Dolphins tight ends coach Jon Embree was candid when addressing why Durham Smythe has outsnapped Mike Gesicki — and rather significantly — in three of the team’s first four games. “It’s just more of trying to get guys to fit their skill sets,” said Embree, who doubles as Miami’s assistant head coach, on Thursday.… Continue reading Dolphins assistant breaks down TE Mike Gesicki’s lack of playing time; plus Thursday injury updates

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Djokovic beats Van de Zandschulp to reach Astana quarters

ASTANA, Kazakhstan (AP) — Add Botic van de Zandschulp to the long list of players to have been schooled by Novak Djokovic. Djokovic eased past Van de Zandschulp 6-3, 6-1 on Thursday in his first career meeting with the 27-year-old Dutchman to reach the quarterfinals of the Astana Open. Djokovic will next face Karen Khachanov,… Continue reading Djokovic beats Van de Zandschulp to reach Astana quarters

Patriots-Lions injury report: Mac Jones limited Thursday, T.J. Hockenson upgraded

After holding a walkthrough Wednesday, the Patriots ramped up their on-field workload Thursday but produced virtually the same practice report. Quarterback Mac Jones (ankle) was again limited, according to the team, while Brian Hoyer sat out with a concussion. Tight end Jonnu Smith was upgraded to limited participation, as he battles an ankle injury. The… Continue reading Patriots-Lions injury report: Mac Jones limited Thursday, T.J. Hockenson upgraded

Hope nonetheless alive for Miami Hurricanes, as bye-week blues flip into ACC goals towards UNC

Middle Tennessee State was purported to be the easy-to-digest, tasty appetizer for the Miami Hurricanes earlier than every week off to cleanse the palate for the principle course Saturday: the North Carolina Tar Heels (4-1, 1-0 Atlantic Coast Conference), who lately have left Miami reeling. Now, with two losses behind them, the Hurricanes (2-2, 0-0)… Continue reading Hope nonetheless alive for Miami Hurricanes, as bye-week blues flip into ACC goals towards UNC

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Google downtown San Jose village launches this month with demolitions

SAN JOSE — In the most tangible sign to date of the coming transformation of downtown San Jose, Google will begin this month the first building demolitions ahead of the tech titan’s new urban village – yet has rescued a beloved “dancing pig” sign as the game-changing development gets underway. The Stephen’s Meat Products sign… Continue reading Google downtown San Jose village launches this month with demolitions

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Gavin Newsom, West Coast governors, sign climate change agreement

Facing recent years of drought, record heat waves and major wildfires, Gov. Gavin Newsom on Thursday signed an agreement with the leaders of Oregon, Washington and British Columbia to accelerate and expand efforts to reduce greenhouse gases and address the impacts of climate change. The “statement of cooperation,” unveiled at a news conference in San… Continue reading Gavin Newsom, West Coast governors, sign climate change agreement

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Review: DARK GLASSES, A Semi-Return-To-Form for Giallo Master Dario Argento

After a decade-long hiatus from filmmaking, horror auteur Dario Argento (Inferno, Suspiria, The Bird with the Crystal Plumage)  has returned together with his newest movie, Dark Glasses (Occhiali neri), a modest, often middling riff on the giallo sub-genre he helped redefine within the ‘70s and ‘80s. Short on the florid, ostentatious visible fashion typical of… Continue reading Review: DARK GLASSES, A Semi-Return-To-Form for Giallo Master Dario Argento