News archive from 9 September 2013, page 14

Report: NSA can access most smartphone data

Report: NSA can access most smartphone data

BERLIN The U.S. National Security Agency is able to crack protective measures on iPhones, BlackBerry and Android devices, giving it access to users' data on all major smartphones, according to a report Sunday in German news weekly Der Spiegel. The...

 

Seguin: I want to bring Dallas Stars back to ways of Mike Modano, Brett Hull era

New Dallas star Tyler Seguin knows all about the history of the Dallas Stars, especially the trips to the finals in the late 1990s. He sees no reason why history can’t repeat itself. “Everyone knows how Dallas was when they were winning and in the...

Dallas News, 09:54 in Sport
 
Nearly 20 years after he left late night, Arsenio Hall is back in the place he knows best  

Nearly 20 years after he left late night, Arsenio Hall is back in the place he knows best  

Nineties icon Arsenio Hall has rounded up a brand-new posse and he’s ready to ride. “I got writers from Jay [Leno], folks from my old show, new folks and a band that’s gonna rock your world,” says the former TV phenom, now 57. “Now it’s time to have...

 
The Only Colors: Perhaps speeding things up will help Michigan State's offense

The Only Colors: Perhaps speeding things up will help Michigan State's offense

Chris Vannini is the managing editor of the Spartans blog The Only Colors. His opinions do not necessarily reflect those of the Detroit Free Press nor its writers. Read his column every Monday here and follow Vannini on Twitter at @ChrisVannini....

 
Sinai militants killed in Egypt army offensive

Sinai militants killed in Egypt army offensive

CAIRO Smoke billowed in the sky as Egyptian helicopter gunships rocketed suspected Islamic militant hideouts in the lawless northern Sinai Peninsula for a second day on Sunday, killing 11 suspected fighters as part of the largest military offensive in...

 
Wrestling wins IOC vote for place in 2020 Olympics

Wrestling wins IOC vote for place in 2020 Olympics

BUENOS AIRES, Argentina -- Wrestling, a sport as ancient as the games themselves, is back in the Olympics after seven months in limbo and even more determined to keep its place for centuries to come. The International Olympic Committee fixed what it...

 

Brett Hull headed to St. Louis Blues' front office

ST. LOUIS - Hall of Famer Brett Hull, the St. Louis Blues' career leading scorer, is rejoining the organization in the front office. The team set a Monday news conference in the Scottrade Center concourse, with the public invited. The...

Dallas News, 09:54 in Sport
 
New York City Opera may shut down this season and next unless it can raise $7M 

New York City Opera may shut down this season and next unless it can raise $7M 

It could be over for the fat lady — unless she gets $7 million to sing. The New York City Opera — a 70-year-old institution that, unlike the Metropolitan Opera, is devoted to bringing opera to the masses — says it will cancel the three remaining...

 
Strong showing for Navalny in Moscow mayoral race

Strong showing for Navalny in Moscow mayoral race

MOSCOW Opposition leader Alexei Navalny swept up far more votes than expected Sunday while finishing second in Moscow's mayoral election, a pivotal contest that has energized Russia's small opposition in ways that could pose a risk to the Kremlin in...

 

Grandma, 83, shot trying to stop fight between grandsons in South Miami-Dade

An 83-year-old grandmother was shot in the leg Sunday when she tried to break up a fight over a cellphone between family members. Police said the woman, Marian Hall, was wounded as she got in between her grandsons, Robert Hill, 28, and Kenneth Smith,...

 

Saturday HS football roundup: Last second field goal lifts John Tyler over Lancaster; Woodrow Wilson hangs...

John Tyler 31 Lancaster 28 TYLER — Jose Perez kicked a 17-yard field goal with one second remaining as Tyler John Tyler defeated Lancaster, 31-28, on Saturday. John Tyler (1-1) took over at its own 20 with 3:09 left, and quarterback Geovari...

Dallas News, 09:54 in Sport
 
NASCAR: Brad Keselowski, Jeff Gordon, Ryan Newman on wrong side of Chase bubble

NASCAR: Brad Keselowski, Jeff Gordon, Ryan Newman on wrong side of Chase bubble

RICHMOND, VA. - Varying scenarios knocked Jeff Gordon, Brad Keselowski and Ryan Newman from the Chase for the Sprint Cup, but the trio shared a common theme at Richmond International Raceway. Lack of execution. With their championship bids on the...

 
Doubts linger over Syria gas attack responsibility

Doubts linger over Syria gas attack responsibility

BEIRUT The U.S. government insists it has the intelligence to prove it, but the public has yet to see a single piece of concrete evidence produced by U.S. intelligence — no satellite imagery, no transcripts of Syrian military communications...

 

Coral Springs dance instructor arrested for having sex with a minor

A Broward County dance instructor has been arrested for allegedly having sex with a teenage boy half her age. According to police, Jennifer Deberry, 30, met the 15-year-old victim at the Dance Effect Studio in Coral Springs, where she worked. The two...

 

Detroit sports television listings for Sept. 9

Today's TV 5 p.m. CH. 62 — Tennis: U.S. Open, men's championship. 7:00 MLB — Baseball: N.Y. Yankees at Baltimore. 7:10 ESPN — NFL: Philadelphia at Washington. 8:00 FSD — Tigers: Detroit at Chicago White Sox. 10:20 ESPN — NFL: Houston at San Diego....

 

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