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Department of Justice Forms Domestic Terrorism Unit

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The Department of Justice (DOJ) on Tuesday announced it is forming a unit to combat domestic terrorism as national security officials warn of a “persistent and evolving” threat of violent extremism within the U.S. Matthew Olsen, the assistant attorney general for national security, made the announcement as he noted that the …

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House Select Committee Issues First Round Of Record Requests

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The House Select Committee is digging deeper into its investigations of the deadly January 6 insurrection at the United States Capitol by issuing record requests from various federal intelligence and law enforcement agencies, as well as communications within the White House. 🚨BREAKING: The Select Committee has issued its first round of demands …

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U.S., NATO, and E.U. Say China Is Responsible For Cyber Attack

The United States government is blaming China for a cyber attack against Microsoft. The U.S., the National Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), and the European Union (E.U.) are accusing China’s Ministry of State Security of using “criminal contract hackers” to disrupt activities around the world and to make money. “This irresponsible …

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FBI Warns Of Large ‘Scale’ In Ransomware Attack

The FBI said Sunday the “scale” of a major ransomware attack against a US IT company could mean investigators won’t be able to work with every victim individually. Hackers hit Kaseya, a firm that provides IT services to other companies, with a ransomware attack that could have targeted as many …

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