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Investigators probing how sensitive information such as income figures was leaked to a news outlets have made referrals to the FBI, a tax official said this week. “Treasury announced yesterday that they made investigative referrals to their Office of Inspector...
Hackers using a custom Trojan-type malware stole nearly 26 million login credentials—emails or usernames and associated passwords—from almost a million websites over a two year period, including from such namesakes as Amazon, Facebook, and Twitter, according to cybersecurity provider NordLocker. The malware infiltrated...
Lawyers and accountants prepared "proffer" to federal authorities, scrambled to devise narrative on unpaid taxes in emails that undercut president's longtime claim his son did nothing wrong. As the 2016 election kicked into full gear, Hunter Biden’s inner circle feared...
Sen. Tom Cotton (R-Ark.) told Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin on June 10 that “hundreds” of military whistleblowers have reported being forced to receive “anti-American indoctrination” training, including critical race theory (CRT). In a Senate hearing with Austin, Cotton claimed that within the...
House lawmakers proposed a raft of bipartisan legislation aimed at reining in the power of Big Tech, including a bill that seeks to make Amazon . com Inc. and other large companies effectively split into two companies or shed...
Turning Point USA’s Young Women’s Leadership Summit was held June 10-13th, 2021 in Dallas, TX. Thousands of female student activists between the ages of 15 and 26 attended. Students who attended this retreat hear from guest speakers, receive first-class...
Three Minnesota attorneys have filed a lawsuit against their former boss, alleging that he wrongfully fired employees because they posted pro-Trump or pro-police content on social media. William Kain, Margaret Henehan, and Kelsey Quarberg, all partners of the St. Cloud-based law firm...
WASHINGTON—U.S. inflation in May rose 5 percent from a year ago, recording the biggest annual spike since 2008 as supply bottlenecks and surging household demand continue to push prices higher. While transitory factors continue to lift prices, the economy sees more signs...
Florida’s state school board on Thursday voted to ban the teaching of critical race theory in public schools amid a push from Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis to eliminate the ideology from its classrooms. During a meeting before the State Board of Education’s...
The police union in Portland, Oregon announced this week that it is relocating its headquarters because of repeated attacks by rioters, including members of the far-left network Antifa. The Portland Police Association enjoyed friendly relations with neighbors after transforming a building that had...
CHICAGO—Since Illinois lawmakers passed a major criminal justice reform bill in January, five Illinois sheriffs have retired early and six sheriffs are set to retire this summer, according to Illinois Sheriff Association (ISA) executive director Jim Kaitschuk. “This is the...
The investigation by special counsel John Durham into the origins of the FBI’s Russia–Trump investigation—Crossfire Hurricane—has now been active for more than two years. Appointed by Attorney General William Barr following the completion of Robert Mueller’s special counsel investigation, Durham immediately began...
A federal judge in Wisconsin on Friday issued a temporary restraining order pausing payments in a federal farmer loan forgiveness program that grants benefits on the basis of race, arguing there’s a “strong likelihood” a court will rule that the...
Sen. Mitt Romney (R-Utah) on June 8 pressed Microsoft for more information on how and why its search engine returned no results for an iconic Tiananmen Square Massacre image on the anniversary of the communist crackdown. On June 4, searches on Microsoft-powered engines...