A bomb threat was made against a flight from London that landed in New Jersey on Thursday, Fox News confirms. The bomb threat originated from a pay phone inside a terminal at Newark International Airport. Authorities are working to identify if the threat is credible. The FBI, Joint Terrorism Tast Force and bomb squad are on the scene. Port Authority of New York and New Jersey police spokesman Joe Pentangelo says the flight, which is carrying 206 passengers and 13 crew members, arrived around 1 p.m. Thursday at Newark Liberty International Airport.
Housed in the historic city of Cambridge, the R&D facility of international cybersecurity firm Darktrace is unmistakably modern. Its stylish headquarters is all clean lines and gleaming glass, opening last year in honor of Cambridge-educated computer pioneer Maurice Wilkes--who helped design the electronic delay storage calculator, one of the world's first computers, in the 1940s. Cambridge has recently emerged as a thriving tech scene--its prestigious university provides a steady supply of both top graduates and academic innovation. Yet Darktrace's intellectual roots run deeper than most. The company was founded in 2013, when members of the UK intelligence community approached leading mathematicians from that university with a problem: the existing approach to cybersecurity was faltering.
North Korean workers chat at each other near a window of North Korean Embassy in Beijing, Monday, Sept. 4, 2017. U.S. Defense Secretary Jim Mattis on Sunday shot back at North Korea's claimed test of a hydrogen bomb with a blunt threat, saying the U.S. will answer any threat from the North with a "massive military response -- a response both effective and overwhelming." Earlier, U.S. President Donald Trump threatened to halt all trade with countries doing business with the North, a veiled warning to China, and faulted South Korea for its "talk of appeasement."
The United Kingdom will boost its ability to handle threats posed by Russia and China in space as part of a foreign, security and defence policy review being conducted by the government, Defence Secretary Ben Wallace has said. "This week we have been reminded of the threat Russia poses to our national security with the provocative test of a weapon-like projectile from a satellite threatening the peaceful use of space," Wallace wrote in The Sunday Telegraph newspaper, adding that China also posed a threat. "China, too, is developing offensive space weapons and both nations are upgrading their capabilities. Such behaviour only underlines the importance of the review the government is currently conducting," he added. On Thursday, the UK said it was concerned about a Russian satellite test which involved the launch of a projectile with the "characteristics of a weapon".