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President Joe Biden on Tuesday warned that a significant cyber attack on the United States could lead to "a real shooting war" with a major power, comments that highlight what Washington sees as growing threats posed by Russia and China. Cybersecurity has risen to the top of the agenda for the Biden administration after a series of high-profile attacks on entities such as network management company SolarWinds, the Colonial Pipeline company, meat processing company JBS and software firm Kaseya hurt the U.S. far beyond just the companies hacked. "I think it's more than likely we're going to end up, if we end up in a war - a real shooting war with a major power - it's going to be as a consequence of a cyber breach of great consequence and it's increasing exponentially, the capabilities," Biden said during a half-hour speech.
It’s a very happy birthday for TV legend Norman Lear, who gets to celebrate with a bonus present: The new take on Lear’s syndicated 1970s series “Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman” has landed in script development at TBS. As reported in February, “Schitt’s Creek” star Emily Hampshire is developing a fresh version of “Mary Hartman,” along […]
Ecuador has revoked the citizenship of Julian Assange, the founder of Wikileaks who is currently in a British prison. Ecuador’s justice system formally notified the Australian of the nullity of his naturalization in a letter that came in response to a claim filed by the South American country’s Foreign Ministry. A naturalization is considered damaging when it is granted based on the concealment of relevant facts, false documents or fraud.
All Blacks flanker Shannon Frizell was suspended from the first Bledisloe Cup test against Australia next week after appearing in a Dunedin court on assault charges Tuesday. Frizell has also been banned from one Super Rugby match for the Highlanders after a disciplinary process conducted by New Zealand Rugby. Frizell appeared in the Dunedin District Court charged with assaulting two people, including a woman, in a Dunedin bar in May.
Number eight Jack Conan says there is even more pressure on the British & Irish Lions ahead the second test against South Africa in Cape Town on Saturday as they seek to replicate their impressive 22-17 first-test win and wrap up the series. The Lions were full value for their victory after a strong second-half showing, and Conan believes now they have shown the standards they can reach, the players are feeling the weight of expectation. "There is probably even more pressure this week to back up that performance and go out there and get another victory to finish off this series," Conan told reporters on Tuesday.
Firefighters rescued residents stranded by floodwaters in Suzhou, China – a city in southeastern Jiangsu Province – on Tuesday, July 27, after Typhoon In-Fa brought heavy rain and strong winds to the country’s eastern coast.Accumulated rainfall in Jiangsu Province was expected to reach up to 300 millimeters (about 11.8 inches) by Tuesday as the typhoon’s center reached Nanjing city, according to weather reports.This footage released by Jiangsu Fire shows firefighters in Suzhou removing a driver from a vehicle stuck in floodwaters on Tuesday, according to the fire department. Credit: Jiangsu Fire via Storyful