In 2017, Chinese Su-30 Fighters Flew Upside-Down Above a Nuclear ‘Sniffer’ Plane

Why? 

by Dario Leone | The National Interest

As reported by CNN a U.S. Air Force (USAF) WC-135 was intercepted by two Chinese Sukhoi Su-30 fighters on May 17, 2017 while flying in international airspace over the East China Sea.

According to the statement from Air Force Lt.… read the full article

Congress Aims to Address China’s Atrocities against Religious Minorities

By Travis Weber and Arielle del Turco | National Review

China is harvesting human organs from political prisoners, according to the independent China Tribunal, which has determined “beyond reasonable doubt” that crimes against humanity have been committed against Uyghurs and Falun Gong, two of the country’s religious minorities.… read the full article

25 Million Android Phones Hit With ‘Agent Smith’ Malware: What to Know

By Phillip Tracy | Tom’s Guide

Israeli security researchers have discovered a new strain of adware that quietly infected an estimated 25 million outdated Android devices that loaded apps from third-party app stores.

Dubbed “Agent Smith” by security firm Check Point, the adware exploits known Android vulnerabilities to infect common mobile applications, such as WhatsApp, FlipKart or Opera Mini, that the user has already installed.… read the full article

Sam Raimi talks the creature feature ‘Crawl’ and his never-made ‘Spider-Man 4’: ‘I think about it all the time’

By Ethan Alter, Senior Writer, Yahoo Entertainment | Yahoo Movies

Kaya Scodelario and one of the alligator stars of ‘Crawl’ (Photo: Courtesy Paramount Pictures)

When Sam Raimi’s name pops in the credits of a thriller about man-eating alligators, it’s only natural to assume that The Evil Dead auteur is behind the camera choreographing the carnage.… read the full article