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Pipeline hackers say their aim is cash, not chaosEnergy · 6:39 PM UTC
The ransomware group accused of crippling the leading U.S. fuel pipeline operator said on Monday that its goal was to make money and not sow mayhem, a statement that experts saw as a sign the cybercriminals' scheme had gone farther than they had intended.
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Healthcare & PharmaceuticalsBiden revives LGBT protections against healthcare discrimination
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SportsHawks face Wizards, make run at postseason position
The Atlanta Hawks might be close to getting an important piece of their starting lineup back, just as they prepare to make a run for the No. 4 seed in the NBA Eastern Conference.