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How to set up two-factor authentication on all your online accounts

Just about any account you own on the internet is prone to being hacked — and one of the easiest ways to add an extra layer of security is to enable two-factor authentication. Also known as two-step verification or 2FA, the process gives web services a secondary access to the account owner (you!) …

You won’t be able to use your Surface Book if you want to take the bar in Tennessee

Use of device with detachable keyboards also banned<p>If you’re planning on using your Surface Book or a laptop with the Windows 10 Creators Update on it to take the bar exam in Tennessee next month, you’re out of luck. The state bar has prohibited test-takers from using the device, and anyone using a …

Windows 10

Warriors, Cavaliers top 2018 Vegas title odds

Team<p>Odds<p>Golden State Warriors<p>2/3<p>Cleveland Cavaliers<p>3/1<p>Boston Celtics<p>12/1<p>San Antonio Spurs<p>12/1<p>Houston Rockets<p>20/1<p>Los Angeles Clippers<p>33/1<p>Toronto …

NBA

Merkel Says Immigration Better Solved by Opportunity, Not Walls

German Chancellor Angela Merkel took a shot at President Donald Trump’s proposed border wall, telling an audience in Mexico that a physical barrier …

Hate Crime Statistics: Increase In Anti-Muslim, Racial Offences Under Trump Administration

Jeremy Christian was being led out of the court room when he shouted, “You call it terrorism, I call it patriotism. You hear me? Die.” Christian was …

Ebola outbreak: Fewer burials, fewer new cases in Liberia, the WHO says

The fight against Ebola in Liberia got some welcome news -- with a little caution.<p>The number of new cases in the nation appears to be declining, with fewer burials, plateauing lab confirmations and less-cramped hospitals, the World Health Organization said. If the trend continues, the hardest hit …