Monday, January 30, 2023
Monday, January 30, 2023

    Crime and Justice

    Kyle Rittenhouse vic testifies he wielded pistol at Rittenhouse before getting shot

    The ‘victim’ was pointing his own gun at Rittenhouse when the young man shot him.

    Man who chased Kyle Rittenhouse with gun says he may make $10M if Rittenhouse is convicted

    “If Mr. Rittenhouse is convicted, your chance of getting 10 million bucks is better, right?” Rittenhouse’s defense team said.

    FBI Director Chris Wray journeys overseas to meet with national security partners

    America’s top cop embarked on a trip to meet with agents stationed overseas and discuss various national security matters.

    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.

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