MGM Hotels and Casinos Hit by ‘Cybersecurity Issue,’ Prompting System Shutdown

MGM Resorts International, a chain of casinos and hotels, reported on Monday that parts of its internet systems were being disrupted by a “cybersecurity issue,” especially in Las Vegas, where cybersecurity experts claimed the corporation was probably the target of a widespread cyberattack. MGM Resorts claimed that law authorities had been alerted, but did not…

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10 Ideal Part-Time Jobs for Students in the United States

Are you a student looking to supplement your income while attending school in the United States and obtain useful experience? Look nowhere else! This blog post will discuss student part-time jobs in the US. We’ll discuss the best part-time work opportunities accessible, their advantages, and how they might improve your academic experience, from flexible scheduling…

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Lost and Found: Delta Passenger’s Dog Rescued Unscathed After 3 Weeks at Atlanta Airport

A dog owner may finally rest after going through nearly a month of pain and anxiety after her lost canine was safely located at Atlanta’s Hartsfield-Jackson Airport on Saturday, according to airport officials. The 6-year-old dog owned by Delta Air Lines traveler Paula Rodriguez went missing in August at the airport, which is regarded as…

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Biden Administration Elevates Abortion Pill Debate to the U.S. Supreme Court

On Friday, the administration of President Joe Biden appealed a lower court decision that would restrict how the drug is administered and distributed in an effort to protect widespread access to the abortion drug mifepristone. The 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in New Orleans made a ruling in August that prohibited telemedicine prescriptions and…

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