GOP Downplays Cases Against Democrats In Attacks On ‘Rigged’ Justice System

WASHINGTON ― Republicans are rallying around Donald Trump in the wake of his unprecedented conviction in New York, claiming that the U.S. justice system is being “weaponized” for political purposes to specifically tear down the former president, who is running for another term in the Oval Office. “The prosecution of President Trump wasn’t about justice. … Read more

Boeing Faces Criminal Charges Over Over 737 Max Crashes

After being hit with a raft of high-profile problems through the rollout of its new 737 Max aircraft, including deadly crashes, faulty door plugs and fuselage issues, Boeing could now be facing criminal charges over its handling of the scandal. The Property Brothers First Car Literally Spoke To Them The Seattle-based aerospace company first found … Read more

UnitedHealth says ‘substantial proportion’ of Americans’ information hit by cyberattack, confirms ransom payment

The cyberattack on Change Healthcare in February targeted the data of “a substantial proportion of people in America,” UnitedHealth Group (UHG) said this week, with the company confirming it paid a ransom in an effort to protect patient information. “Based on initial targeted data sampling to date, the company has found files containing protected health … Read more

DOJ: Utah Prisoner Discriminated Against Transgender Woman

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — The Utah Department of Corrections came under fire Tuesday for discriminating against a transgender woman who the U.S. Department of Justice said was driven to harm herself after she was repeatedly denied hormone therapy in violation of the Americans with Disabilities Act. A federal investigation found that the state corrections … Read more

DOJ opens investigation into Alaska Airlines plane blowout, report says – National

The Department of Justice has launched a criminal investigation into the Boeing jetliner blowout that left a gaping hole on an Alaska Airlines plane this January, the Wall Street Journal reported on Saturday. Citing documents and people familiar with the matter, the newspaper said investigators have contacted some passengers and crew — including pilots and flight attendants — who were on … Read more

DOJ disrupts Russian hacking campaign that infiltrated homes, small businesses

The Department of Justice (DOJ) announced Thursday that it successfully disrupted a Russian hacking campaign that infiltrated the routers of homes and small business. The department said it “neutralized a network” of hundreds of small office and home office routers in a court-authorized operation. The operations copied and deleted “stolen and malicious” data and files from routers … Read more