Thursday, 23 October 2014  
Attack on parliament, killing of soldier stun Canada's capital

OTTAWA (Reuters) - A gunman attacked Canada's parliament on Wednesday, with shots fired near where Prime Minister Stephen Harper was speaking, and a soldier was killed at a nearby war memorial, stunning the Canadian capital.

IA Dems Try War on Women Against a Woman

Shane Goldmacher, NJ
DES MOINES, Iowa—The night Joni Ernst won her party's nomination for Senate, she knew what was coming next. "Soon," she told supporters at her Republican victory party, "we'll be hearing about the 'war on women.' "Ernst, a state senator who served in Iraq as part of the Iowa National Guard, then fired a warning shot at Democrats. "I've been to war," she said. "I've seen the sacrifices our men and women in uniform make every day to defend our freedoms. If Democrats want to start throwing around a word like 'war,' they better be doing it to honor those men and women."


Would Strong Parties Mean Less Polarization?
Would Stronger Parties Mean Less Polarization?
Why Voters Are So Totally Checked Out
Liberals Should Cheer Kasich Contradiction
Ben Bradlee's Joie de Journalism
.NET Developers May Be IBM's Big Prize in New Cloud Deal With Microsoft

IBM and Microsoft announced a major cloud computing partnership featuring Microsoft Azure and the IBM Cloud, but the biggest deal for Big Blue could be access to .NET developers on Bluemix.


SecTor: Why DevOps Is the Key to Security
Microsoft Windows 10 to Offer New, Robust Security Features
Many Americans Say They Will Avoid Breached Retailers, Study Shows
Nokia Smartphones Rebranded to Microsoft Lumia
Daily Tech Briefing: Oct. 22, 2014

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