Adam Schiff says ‘massive intelligence and security failure’ at US Capitol being investigated by the House

Rep. Adam Schiff, the House Intelligence Committee Chairman, said a “massive intelligence and security failure” was being investigated in connection with the US Capitol insurrection by Donald Trump’s supporters on 6 January. Mr Schiff made the comments while appearing on CBS’s Face the Nation.He said the House was launching an investigation into the incident, and…Continue Reading

After massive cyberattack, US hopes to ensure next time isn’t worse

The cyberattack appears to be one of the worst in U.S. history. Hackers – likely linked to Russian intelligence – last spring broke into computer networks at a half-dozen American government agencies and hundreds of private companies via malware that carves secret “back doors” into systems.Utah Sen. Mitt Romney and others described the hack as…Continue Reading

Bitcoin is in a ‘massive bubble’ and investors don’t understand how its supply works, says economist David Rosenberg (BTC)

Known for identifying the housing market bubble in 2005, David Rosenberg is the chief economist and strategist at Rosenberg Research & Associates Rosenberg Research & Associates Economist David Rosenberg told Bloomberg he believes bitcoin is in a bubble and investors don’t understand how its supply works. “Everybody seems to believe that we’re going to get to…Continue Reading

40 Charged in Massive Racketeering Conspiracy Run From South Carolina Prison

On Thursday, a federal grand jury indicted 40 defendants on 147 counts in the largest federal racketeering conspiracy in South Carolina history. The conspiracy was masterminded by four inmates associated with the Insane Gangster Disciples (IGD) who were serving sentences while incarcerated in the South Carolina Department of Corrections.Four inmates—36-year-old Matthew Ward Ward, 32-year-old James…Continue Reading

Timeline for massive year-end bill slipping

Posted December 4, 2020 at 3:04pm, Updated at 4:49pmCongressional leaders are expected to introduce a one-week stopgap funding bill running through Dec. 18, according to aides familiar with the decision who asked for anonymity. The move comes as it became apparent the current Dec. 11 government funding deadline would be difficult to meet, with more…Continue Reading

Remembering the Massive Bombshells From Princess Diana’s Intense 1995 BBC Interview

Behind Princess Diana’s Bombshell BBC InterviewWhy so much ado about an interview given in 1995, by a person who died less than two years later? For starters, it was no ordinary interview. Whenever Princess Diana spoke, the world took notice—and her sit-down with journalist Martin Bashir that aired on the BBC’s Panorama 25 years ago was so packed with candid, eye-opening…Continue Reading

Massive, China-state-funded hack hits companies around the world, report says

STATE-SPONSORED HACKING — Attacks are linked to Cicada, a group believed to be funded by the Chinese state. Dan Goodin – Nov 19, 2020 12:02 am UTC Enlarge / Computer chip with Chinese flag, 3d conceptual illustration.Researchers have uncovered a massive hacking campaign that’s using sophisticated tools and techniques to compromise the networks of companies…Continue Reading

BOJ set to keep massive stimulus, ready to act if pandemic causes more economic damage

No results matched your search Economy2 hours ago (Oct 28, 2020 05:05PM ET) © Reuters. A man wearing a protective mask walks past the headquarters of Bank of Japan amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak in Tokyo By Leika Kihara TOKYO (Reuters) – The Bank of Japan is set to maintain its massive stimulus programme…Continue Reading

Massive Galaxies in Early Universe were More Mature than Previously Thought

When the Universe was only 10% of its current age, most of the early galaxies experienced a so-called ‘growth spur.’ During this time, the galaxies built up most of their stellar mass and other properties, such as dust, heavy element content, and spiral-disk shapes. In a survey called ALPINE (the ALMA Large Program to Investigate…Continue Reading