Kisha Walker

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San Francisco earthquake: Is the 'Big One' coming?

A 4.0 magnitude earthquake on the Hayward fault line has increased fears that the 'Big One' could come any day<p>When and where did the latest earthquake happen?<p>The Hayward fault line experienced a 4.0 magnitude earthquake at 6.49am (2.49pm BST), on August 18. The quake occurred in northern …

The big twist in 'Terminator Genisys' was inspired by one of the most iconic Superman comics

The latest installment to the Terminator franchise, "Terminator Genisys," completely flips the franchise on its head.<p>John Connor, who has always been the last hope for humanity in a seemingly endless war against machines, has suddenly become the greatest weapon of AI system Skynet.<p>If the twist …

Dems blast GOP move on Confederate flag amendment

<b>Washington (CNN) —</b> House Republican leaders decided to yank a bill on Thursday that would have allowed Confederate flags in federally run cemeteries. The decision comes on the same day South Carolina decided to remove the flag from its own state capitol.<p>The move came after House Democrats blasted …

What ISIS Learned From the Cartels

Social media. Beheadings. Dogma. Empty promises. ISIS is copying the Mexican cartel playbook to a T, writes The Cartel author Don Winslow.<p>A bound man …

A hacker cartel is using a mysterious Flash vulnerability to steal sensitive business data

Kaspersky Lab revealed the campaign in a threat advisory, warning a hacker group, known as Wild Neutron is using the "unknown Flash Player exploit" to infect companies and private web users with a data siphoning malware.<p>"The initial infection vector from the 2014-2015 attacks is still unknown, …

Smartphone 'kill switch' law takes effect in California

Starting July 1, smartphones sold in the state must come with software that lets users lock a stolen phone so it can't be used, making it harder to resell. Crime statistics show the tech is already working.<p>Thieves, consider yourselves on notice: California is now smartphone "kill switch" …