Inauguration Day security in Washington, D.C. will be so tight that one law enforcement expert is urging people who want to watch the day’s events to “just stay home and watch it on television.”
A non-profit advocacy group has slapped Apple with a lawsuit for failing to remove Telegram from its app store despite the app allegedly allowing hate speech and extremist or illegal behavior.
Prosecutors working the fraud case against Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes have fired back at the defense’s claim that her wealth and social standing are not relevant to the crime scheme – arguing that her six-figure salary, billion-dollar stake in the company and jet-setting lifestyle were motivating factors behind the alleged lies.
The use of one of the largest facial recognition software databases in the country jumped 26% on the day after the storming of the U.S. Capitol, with police and law enforcement agencies turning to the technology to try to identify agitators behind the attack.
More than 21 million gun background checks were conducted in 2020 – up 60% from 2019 and over 34% from the previous record set in 2016 – with nearly 23 million firearms sold last year.
Billionaire hedge fund founder Ray Dalio is speaking out about his “journey and reflections” following the tragic sudden death of his adult son, Devon.
A Long Island jewelry wholesaler has pleaded guilty to charges in connection with allegations he defrauded at least 80 investors, including police officers and firefighters, as part of a $200 million Ponzi scheme.
Millionaire entrepreneur and Camping World CEO Marcus Lemonis has launched a nonprofit and donated $500,000 of his own money to benefit businesses damaged or destroyed by the Christmas Day bombing in Nashville.
More than 225 business and property owners visited the area of the Nashville bombing on Tuesday to begin the process of securing and ultimately rebuilding the downtown streets destroyed in the Christmas Day explosion, police said.
The Transportation Security Administration screened nearly 1.3 million travelers on Sunday – the highest number of people to pass through the agency’s security checkpoints in a single day since the beginning of the novel coronavirus pandemic.