This is a carousel. Use Next and Previous buttons to navigate 5 NEW YORK (AP) — Apple's latest security update was easy to miss. But security experts are warning that everyone should update any Apple device they have immediately. Apple said Wednesday that there are serious security vulnerabilities for iPhones, iPads and Macs that could potentially allow attackers to take complete control of these devices. The issue may already have been "actively exploited," according to the company. Apple's issues security updates multiple times a year. Without the latest update, a hacker could wrest total control of Apple devices, allowing the intruder to impersonate the true owner and run any software in their name. The good news? There's an easy fix: just update your Apple phone, computer or tablet. WHY IS UPDATING YOUR APPLE DEVICE SO URGENT? Updates can be time consuming and sluggish. But they are necessary to keep your device safe … [Read more...] about You really need to update your iPhone. Here’s how.
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This is a carousel. Use Next and Previous buttons to navigate 3 NEW YORK - Christian Amato, a 34-year-old Bronx Democrat who ran a theater company in Greenwich Village before switching to politics, was outlining his positions on the arts and other matters at a sidewalk cafe the other day when his phone rang. "This might be an important endorsement," he said, excitedly. And it was. Local 1, the theatrical stagehands union, was calling to support his campaign for a state Senate seat representing parts of the Bronx and Westchester County, the latest development in a movement to gain political ground for America's more than 5 million arts workers. "That's fantastic. It means a lot to me," Amato said into the phone, between bites of avocado toast. "Listen, I'm on your side. I'm with you in this fight. ... I'll take the logo - and do you need my address? Do you guys do a check with the endorsement?" Amato's campaign, pitting him against two rivals … [Read more...] about Arts workers are increasingly stepping onto the political stage
HELENA, Mont. (AP) — A part of a human foot found in a shoe floating in a hot spring in the southern part of Yellowstone National Park earlier this week is believed to be linked to a July 31 death, park officials said Friday. While the investigation continues, foul play is not suspected. The shoe was recovered from Abyss Pool on Tuesday, park officials reported. News of that discovery led a man from Maryland to contact the National Park Service to report that he and his family had spotted a shoe, floating sole up, in the hot spring on the morning of Aug. 11. Chris Quinn of Pasadena, Maryland, said he sent a photo of the shoe to the park service. While the park service did not confirm it was the same type of shoe found Tuesday, Quinn said he would be surprised if it's not related to the same incident. Abyss Pool, located west of the West Thumb of Yellowstone Lake, is 53 feet (16 meters) deep and the temperature is about 140 degrees Fahrenheit (60 Celsius), park officials … [Read more...] about Yellowstone says foot in hot spring linked to July 31 death
8 Crime & Safety Both the local police and the park district are declining to release information. David Giuliani , Patch Staff Posted | Updated Replies BENSENVILLE, IL – Bensenville police say they are investigating the local park district, apparently for some type of theft. On Aug. 1, the White Pines Community Alliance, which includes residents between Elmhurst and Bensenville, filed a public records request with the village of Bensenville. The group sought all records about the theft of supplies, services, cash or credit refunds in any division of the Bensenville Park District. In its response Monday, the village said it has not finished its police report and that the case is under investigation. "As it is the Village's policy not to disclose information of ongoing investigations, I regrettably must deny your request under (the Freedom of Information Act)," Deputy Village Clerk Corey Williamsen said … [Read more...] about Bensenville Parks Under Investigation For Theft: Cops
0 Crime & Safety The men accused of pointing a gun at a female co-worker submitted written statements to officers, police said. David Giuliani , Patch Staff Posted | Updated Reply WESTERN SPRINGS, IL – Western Springs is sticking to its decision to keep statements secret in the case involving two men who pointed a gun at a 23-year-old female co-worker. Earlier this week, the village responded to Patch's request to reconsider keeping under wraps the written statements from the two suspects. At the same time, Western Springs released the police report on the incident. Justifying its decision, the village cited an exception under the state's open records law. It allows a public body to withhold documents that would create a "substantial likelihood" that suspects would be deprived of a fair trial. The village's reply to Patch cited a statement it said was from its attorneys. "It is a constitutional right … [Read more...] about Gun Case: Why Western Springs Keeps Statements Secret
0 Community Corner Call a lawyer this Saturday, Aug. 20, and get some free legal advice from a Chicago Bar Association attorney. Lorraine Swanson , Patch Staff Posted | Updated Reply CHICAGO — Do you need legal help? Not sure if you need an attorney or just need a little advice? Attorneys with The Chicago Bar Association’s Call-A-Lawyer Program are ready and available to take calls from the public and offer brief legal advice on Saturday, August 20. The CBA is here to help as part of an ongoing legal public service program. Calls will be accepted on August 20 from 9 a.m. to noon at 312-554-2001. Residents can call in and briefly explain their situation to an attorney, who will then work to suggest self-help strategies or provide advice to help resolve their issues. If callers need further legal services or have questions beyond the scope of the attorney’s practice area, they will be advised to contact the CBA Lawyer … [Read more...] about Got Legal Woes? Talk To A CBA Attorney By Phone For Free This Saturday
Click here to read the full article. Interior designer Melanie Rose specializes in something very intimate and unique in the home renovation space: She designs sex rooms. Remember Tommy Lee’s dream of a boudoir playground in “Pam & Tommy,” and how the racy redesign led to his sex tape being stolen? That’s what Rose does for a living — well, except she doesn’t steal her clients’ personal belongings. When she’s not planning other folks’ bedrooms, Rose is in her own home writing a series of erotic novels based on that career. It was under the guise of pitching those books as a scripted series that her manager approached Adam Sher, president of ITV America. But Sher had another idea: Why not turn her life and work into a TV-MA-rated reality show? More from Variety 'The Next 365 Days' Review: For Masochists Only - and Not the Sexy Kind 'Sex Education' Season 4 Adds Dan Levy, Six Series Regulars Streamers Hike Prices: How the Big Players Stack Up Now And … [Read more...] about Streamers Get Steamy as They Lust After Sex-Drenched Fare to Seduce Subscribers
Click here to read the full article. . More from Variety Emmy Predictions: Structured Reality Program - 'Love is Blind' and Joanna Gaines Rising During Final Voting Window Emmy Predictions: Reality Competition Program - Can First Time Nominee Lizzo Stop RuPaul's Winning Train? Dan Harmon on Why the 'Rick and Morty' Team Picked Mr. Nimbus Episode for Emmys Submission Variety Awards Circuit section is the home for all awards news and related content throughout the year, featuring the following: the official awards predictions for the upcoming Oscars and Emmys ceremonies, curated by Variety senior awards editor Clayton Davis; Awards Circuit Column, a weekly analysis dissecting the trends and contenders by television editor Michael Schneider (for Emmys) and Davis (for Oscars); Awards Circuit Podcast, a weekly interview series with talent and an expert roundtable discussion; and Awards Circuit Video analyzes various categories and contenders by Variety's … [Read more...] about Emmy Predictions: Unstructured Reality Program – Will ‘Below Deck’ Become the New Captain of the Emmys?
close Video Fox News Flash top headlines for August 15 Fox News Flash top headlines are here. Check out what's clicking on Foxnews.com. NEW You can now listen to Fox News articles! Supporters of legalizing recreational marijuana in North Dakota have succeeded in bringing the matter to a public vote in November. The group, New Approach North Dakota, submitted more than the required 15,582 valid petition signatures to get a measure on the November general election ballot, Secretary of State Al Jaeger announced Monday. Supporters submitted 26,048 signatures, and 23,368 were deemed valid, he said. The organization’s campaign manager, David Owen, has said the extra signatures show broad support for legalization. KY NEW MEDICAL MARIJUANA PANEL HOSTS FIRST MEETING The New Approach initiative would allow people 21 and older to legally use marijuana at home as well as possess and cultivate restricted amounts of cannabis. Public … [Read more...] about North Dakota residents to vote on legalizing recreational marijuana in November
close Video Fox News Flash top headlines for August 19 Fox News Flash top headlines are here. Check out what's clicking on Foxnews.com. NEW You can now listen to Fox News articles! FIRST ON FOX – The National Republican Senatorial Committee (NRSC) Friday is releasing new ads in Wisconsin and Arizona for a total of more than $2.2 million in spending days after other canceled ads led to media stories about alleged fundraising issues. The New York Times reported earlier this week that the NRSC cut more than $10 million in ads in Pennsylvania, Wisconsin and Arizona, framing the story as a sign of money issues for Republicans. NRSC spokesman Chris Hartline pushed back on the story, tweeting that the NRSC is not "cancelling spending" but instead moving it to independent expenditure ads on which it cannot work with campaigns. Now the group is releasing digital and televisions spots on which it's spending a significant chunk of the money … [Read more...] about NRSC books more than $2.2 million in Arizona, Wisconsin ads after controversy over canceled spots