The U.S. continues to see the prevalence of cybercrime and hackers disrupting critical infrastructure while demanding ransom payments in the form of crypto. One America’s Stephanie Myers spoke with futurist and crypto expert Ian Khan about the steps businesses and governments can take to thwart future attacks and his upcoming crypto documentary.
The race for Texas’ Sixth Congressional District has entered the homestretch and the biggest face in the Republican Party has weighed in. In a statement released on Monday, President Doanld Trump threw his support behind Susan Wright while reminding Texans about the race to replace Wright’s deceased husband Ron Wright.
After more than a month since the middle-of-the-night catastrophe, officials in Miami identified the final victim of the Surfside condo building collapse. In a press conference Monday evening, Mayor of Miami-Dade County, Daniella Levine Cava, announced the final missing person had been officially accounted for and identified as 54-year-old Estelle Hedaya.
As more states introduce vaccine lotteries as an incentive to get vaccinated, some are questioning whether or not they actually work.
Critics are slamming Joe Biden for his continuous disrespect towards female journalists. In the Oval Office Monday, a reporter tried to ask a question regarding the VA mandating COVID vaccines for its workers until she was cut off by Biden and called “such a pain in the neck.”
The Biden administration moved to further limit America’s military presence in the Middle East. On Monday, Joe Biden met with Iraq’s Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kadhimi and vowed to end America’s combat mission in the country.
Dr. Ron Paul has warned of Soviet-style political persecution of conservatives amid detention and torture of January 6 protesters. In an article on Monday, Paul wrote the conviction of protester Paul Hodgins was a miscarriage of justice.
California Gov. Gavin Newsom (D) appeared to insinuate unvaccinated people were a dangers to themselves and others. During an interview on Monday, the Democrat compared people who have decided not to get vaccinated to drunk drivers.
White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki said the rising crime rate in cities such as Chicago would “not turn on a dime.” In a press briefing on Monday, Psaki was asked about the White House’s efforts to combat crime in the Windy City, citing 12 killings among around 70 people who were shot just over the weekend.