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Baltimore mayor open to paying off hackers who paralyzed city, despite once likening it to 'rewarding bank robbers'

By Lukas Mikelionis

The mayor of Baltimore said this week that he’s open to paying off the hackers who paralyzed the city’s computer systems and are now demanding about $100,000 to restore the data, despite once likening the payoff as “rewarding bank robbers for robbing banks.”

Baltimore mayor open to paying off hackers who paralyzed city, despite once likening it to 'rewarding bank robbers'

By Lukas Mikelionis

The mayor of Baltimore said this week that he’s open to paying off the hackers who paralyzed the city’s computer systems and are now demanding about $100,000 to restore the data, despite once likening the payoff as “rewarding bank robbers for robbing banks.”

The real cost of cutting the cord: What streaming companies don't want you to know

By Kim Komando

Most of us have a love-hate relationship with cable. We like television. We love a handful of stations. But we don't need hundreds of useless channels, many of them boring, some of them in languages we don't understand. Month after month, we pay our cable bills, yet we use only a small fraction of what we pay for.

Mischa Barton Is Back Where She Started. Sort Of.

By Ilana Kaplan

Her role on “The O.C.” helped inspire “Laguna Beach.” Now, after more than a decade, she’s doing a reality crossover.

Where Did the Right Whales Go?

By Karen Weintraub

New evidence suggests that the endangered population lost much of a critical food source, but may be stabilizing slightly as it shifts territory to feed elsewhere.

NYPD used photo of suspected flasher to ID serial brake-puller, authorities say

By Chris Perez

Cops were able to bust the alleged subway brake-yanker this week thanks to a cellphone-wielding straphanger — who caught the young man on camera “with his penis exposed” in a picture that was later used to identify him, prosecutors said Friday.

Byron York: Obama-era intelligence officials fretting because 'we don't know what they did'

By Victor Garcia

Why are Obama-era intelligence officials so concerned with President's Trump's call to declassify information regarding the origins of the Russia probe? "Because we don't know exactly what they did," Washington Examiner chief political correspondent Byron York said Friday on "The Story with Martha MacCallum."

Byron York: Obama-era intelligence officials fretting because 'we don't know what they did'

By Victor Garcia

Why are Obama-era intelligence officials so concerned with President's Trump's call to declassify information regarding the origins of the Russia probe? "Because we don't know exactly what they did," Washington Examiner chief political correspondent Byron York said Friday on "The Story with Martha MacCallum."

Retiring mailman’s heartwarming sendoff goes viral

By Talia Kaplan

Beloved U.S. Postal Service employee Floyd Martin, who retired Thursday, has been delivering mail to the same community of residents in Marietta, Ga., for more than two decades. On his last day, a local journalist joined him on his route and the heartwarming sendoff has gone viral.

More Turmoil at The Markup, a Tech Site Still in Beta Mode

By Marc Tracy

After the firing last month of the top editor, Julia Angwin, two other key members of the editorial team are out, said the site’s main donor, Craig Newmark.

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