N Korea orders new artillery fire over US-S Korea drills | Military News

The order comes a day after North Korea said it fired more than 130 shells into the sea off its east and west coasts. North Korea’s military ordered frontline units to fire artillery into the sea for a second straight day in what it called a response to drills by US and South Korean forces … Read more

Identity Fraud Losses $24 Billion (USD) in the USA With Over 15 Million US Consumers Impacted – the Case for a Better Credit Card Using Biometric Fingerprint Security

SmartMetric, Inc. (OTCQB: SMME): Fraud and identity theft in the United States, to use a phrase, is going to the moon with a steep trajectory. This press release is multimedia. View the full press release here: https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20221205005712/en/ the SmartMetric biometric credit card with a powerful in-card fingerprint reader (Photo: Business Wire) In 2021, traditional identity … Read more

Jurors in Los Angeles continue deliberations in Harvey Weinstein’s second rape trial

CNN  —  A Los Angeles jury returned to court Monday to continue its deliberations in the second sexual assault trial of disgraced movie mogul Harvey Weinstein, who is accused of using his Hollywood influence to lure women into private meetings and assault them. Weinstein faces two counts of forcible rape and five counts of sexual … Read more

Attacks on US power grid have been subject of extremist chatter for years. DHS bulletin warns of target attacks on critical infrastructure amid other targets

CNN — Attacks on the US power grid have been the subject of extremist discussion for some time, including 2020, the same year, a 14-page how-to guide to low-tech attacks, including grid assault electricity with firearms, circulated among the extremists. communication channels. A Department of Homeland Security bulletin reported by CNN days before a weekend … Read more

US Supreme Court hears arguments challenging LGBTQ rights law | LGBTQ News

The conservative majority on the US Supreme Court has shown sympathy for an evangelical Christian web designer whose company refuses to provide same-sex marriage services. The case pits LGBTQ rights against a claim that free speech exempts artists from anti-discrimination laws. On Monday, judges heard more than two hours of heated arguments in the appeal … Read more

US Secret Service accuses Chinese government-linked hackers of stealing $20 million in Covid relief

CNN — Hackers linked to the Chinese government have stolen at least $20 million in US government coronavirus relief funds, a US Secret Service spokesperson told CNN on Monday – the first time the agency has connected the Covid-19 fraud to hackers affiliated with a foreign government. The hackers looted unemployment insurance funds and Small … Read more

US jury begins deliberating in Trump Organization tax fraud trial | Donald Trump News

Jurors are considering the verdict after the trial in which the ex-president’s real estate company is accused of a years-long scheme. U.S. jurors in the Trump Organization tax evasion trial have begun deliberating after four weeks of testimony and argument over executive compensation practices at Donald Trump’s real estate company that prosecutors say amounted to … Read more

Raphael Warnock: Sky-high Black turnout fueled his previous win. Will Georgia do it again?

Atlanta CNN — Former UN Ambassador Andrew Young rode his scooter alongside Democratic Senator Raphael Warnock, Martin Luther King III and an enthusiastic crowd of walkers on a recent Sunday in a southwest Atlanta neighborhood . The group stopped at an early polling station to vote, forming a line with some waiting up to an … Read more

Cameroon Welcomes US Indictment of Suspected Separatist Sponsors

Yaoundé, Cameroon — The Cameroonian government commends US authorities for the arrest of three Cameroonian-Americans accused of supporting separatist violence in the western regions of the country. The three men, arrested a week ago and charged by the US Department of Justice, allegedly raised funds to abduct people and use weapons of mass destruction in … Read more

Athena Strand: Texas school districts encourage students to wear pink in honor of 7-year-old after a FedEx driver was charged in her kidnapping and killing

CNN — Several school districts in Texas are encouraging students to wear pink Monday in honor of Athena Strand, the 7-year-old girl who was allegedly kidnapped outside her home and killed last week. More than 20 school districts, including the Paradise Independent School District in the county where Strand disappeared, are taking part in the … Read more