Last week, multiple senior U.S. law enforcement officials reported that the U.S. Marshals Service experienced a security breach that compromised sensitive information.
As Bipartisan Criticism Mounts, Buttigieg Visits Ohio Town Weeks After Train Crash Causes Devastation
On Thursday morning, Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg finally made a visit to East Palestine, Ohio, almost three weeks after a train derailment and the release of harmful chemicals that affected the town.
U.S. Power Grid Physical Attacks Rose by 71% in 2022, E-ISAC Report Finds
Physical attacks on the U.S. power grid rose by 71% in 2022 compared with 2021, according to a confidential industry analysis viewed by The Wall Street Journal.
Government Server Connected to the Internet Without a Password: 3 Terabyte of Sensitive Military Emails Spill Online
The US Department of Defense recently dealt with a serious security breach involving an exposed server that had been leaking internal military emails onto the open internet for two weeks. The server was hosted on Microsoft’s Azure government cloud, which was specifically intended for Department of Defense clients to share unclassified government data while keeping it separate from other commercial users.
Pete Buttigieg FINALLY plans to visit Ohio’s toxic train site 18 days after the disaster. He dismisses Trump’s upcoming visit as a mere photo opportunity while the mayor of East Palestine denounces Biden’s Kyiv trip as the ‘biggest slap in the face’
After facing intense backlash for not visiting the train derailment site that released hazardous material into East Palestine, Ohio on February 3, Pete Buttigieg has announced that he will make the trip.
Alec Baldwin Gets a Legal Break as ‘Rust’ Shooting Prosecutors Remove Major Charge, Opening Possibility of No Jail Time
The Santa Fe County District Attorney’s office has dropped a significant gun enhancement charge against actor Alec Baldwin, which could have seen him serve up to five years in prison if convicted of involuntary manslaughter in the shooting of Halyna Hutchins, the cinematographer of the movie ‘Rust.’ The dropped charge means that even if convicted of involuntary manslaughter, Baldwin may not have to serve any jail time.
Suspect Arrested After Six People Shot Dead in Rural Mississippi: One Victim Found Deceased in Store, Five Others in Separate Homes
A small town in rural Mississippi is in shock following a deadly shooting spree that claimed the lives of six people. The incident occurred on Arkabutla Dam Road, where a gunman shot a man outside the Express Mart at around 12:30 pm on Friday. Witnesses inside the store reported that they ran and hid when the shooter entered, but none of the staff members were injured.
Legislation proposed by Idaho lawmakers seeks to make administering COVID vaccines a criminal offense
In a move that has drawn both criticism and support, lawmakers in Idaho have proposed a bill that would make administering mRNA COVID vaccines a misdemeanor offense.
Off-Duty Chicago Cop Shoots and Kills Man During Struggle for Gun
Newly-released surveillance footage shows an off-duty Chicago police officer shooting and killing a man who attempted to grab her gun during a struggle last month in the Washington Heights neighborhood of the South Side.
Expert Testifies that Voting Machines Are Vulnerable to Hacking, Pushes for Domestic Manufacturing
A recent hearing of the Arizona Senate Election Committee highlighted the susceptibility of voting machines to hacking, despite the various security measures that manufacturers have put in place. During the meeting, attorney and computer programmer Clinton Eugene Curtis testified that electronic ballot tabulation machines could be hacked in multiple ways, making them a less-than-reliable means of recording votes.