Saturday, September 18, 2021
Saturday, September 18, 2021

    Crime and Justice

    U.S. Capitol Police fumbled response to chaos at the Capitol on Jan. 6, report finds

    The report offered new details about the shortcomings by law enforcement during the Jan. 6 chaos at the Capitol.

    ISIS pledgee from California who represented himself in Brooklyn federal court found guilty by jury

    The pathetic cadet for the Islamic State of Iraq and al-Sham—otherwise known as ISIS—was found guilty today by a federal jury.

    Official confirms U.S. Department of State ‘has been hit by a cyber attack‘

    An official for the United States Department of State confirmed Saturday afternoon that the agency was breached by a cyber attacker.

    Cyber terrorists potentially hacked US Department of State amid Afghan terror

    The US State Department was recently hit by a cyber attack and ‘possible serious breach.’

    T-Mobile data breach reveals 40 million customers personal info including social security and DOB

    The names, Social Security numbers and information from driver's licenses of just over 40 million were exposed in a recent data breach.

    ‘Drake and Josh’ star Drake Bell pleads guilty to attempted child endangerment charges

    Nickelodeon television actor Jared Drake Bell pleaded guilty to charges of attempted child endangerment.

    Cyber Terrorism? Hong Kong hit in apparent cyber outage in addition to Australia and Southwest Airlines

    Multiple websites operated by financial institutions and airlines including Hong Kong's stock exchange and Southwest Airlines went down.

    FBI arrests first active-duty United States Marine for partaking in chaos at the Capitol

    A Marine Corps officer became the first active-duty service member charged for his role at the Capitol Hill demonstration.

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