Month: October 2021

According to a report from Business Insider, the Rod of Iron ministry that worships the AR-15 and is decidedly pro-Donald Trump, is increasingly aligning itself with far-right figures as evidenced by a recent “Freedom Festival” that it sponsored in Greeley, Pennsylvania. As reported by Business Insider’s Alia Shoiab, 42-year-old Pastor Sean Moon who heads the
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On Wednesday, the Russian ransomware group Grief posted a sample of data that it claimed was stolen from the National Rifle Association. Dealing with ransomware is a pain under any circumstances. But Grief presents even more complications, because the group is connected to the notorious Evil Corp gang, which has been subject to US Treasury
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New York Attorney General Letitia James announced Friday she is running for governor, setting up a primary battle with Gov. Kathy Hochul, who took over the governorship following the resignation of Andrew Cuomo over the summer. In a video released Friday, James highlighted her office’s lawsuits against former President Donald Trump, the National Rifle Association
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Hon. Rodneyse Bichotte, head of Brooklyn Democratic County Committee, with NY State Attorney General Letitia James. Photo by Mario Belluomo. New York Attorney General Letitia James today announced her historic candidacy for governor of the state of New York. The announcement, made in a video and on her website, highlighted the vast work that Attorney General James has done
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Your NRA-ILA has learned that on Monday, November 1, at 1:30pm anti-gun state leaders serving on an interim committee called the Legislative Council plan to meet and go into executive session to discuss and act on a proposal to direct Council staff to prohibit all firearms — including those possessed by concealed handgun license holders — in the
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Portland Police told ABC News they couldn’t presently comment on any evidentiary issues in the case and that the department has been in contact with the Richardson family in order to help solve Darien’s murder. “We lost one of the most precious things we have in our lives. Darien is irreplaceable and it’s devastating, but
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The infamous Russian hacker organization known as Grief claims to have hacked the US National Rifle Association (NRA), posting a series of files on its website Wednesday, NBC News reported. The gang, which has been known to commit ransomware attacks, threatened to publish additional files unless it is paid a certain sum of money, NBC
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By Larry Keane New York Democratic Gov. Kathy Hochul is just two months into her term and not wasting time renewing a sham gun control effort that began under her predecessor, disgraced former Democratic Gov. Andrew Cuomo. The original order carried a taxpayer price tag of $160 million to target crime hotspots, engage youth, declare a gun control “border
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LANSING, Mich. (WLNS)— Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel joined a coalition of 20 attorneys general defending Florida’s firearm age regulations. The coalition argues states have the right to sell firearms to protect public safety and reduce the prevalence of gun violence.  The coalition filed the brief in National Rifle Association v. Commissioner, Florida Department of Law Enforcement.
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According to local news reports and gun bloggers, a federal prosecutor in Western Pennsylvania is hoping to team up with county sheriffs to revoke the concealed carry licenses of travelers who accidentally bring guns to airport security checkpoints. The reports also state that Allegheny County Sheriff William Mullen, whose jurisdiction covers Pittsburgh and its international
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Virginia Democratic gubernatorial candidate Terry McAuliffe’s supporters are getting increasingly desperate. A group backing McAuliffe is posing as conservatives and running ads attacking Republican gubernatorial candidate Glenn Youngkin from the right. Named Accountability Virginia PAC, the outfit was described by news outlet Axios as a Democratic strategist-led effort to “drive a wedge between the Republican
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Today is Wednesday. Welcome to Hillicon Valley, detailing all you need to know about tech and cyber news from Capitol Hill to Silicon Valley. Subscribe here: thehill.com/newsletter-signup. Follow The Hill’s cyber reporter, Maggie Miller (@magmill95), and tech team, Chris Mills Rodrigo (@millsrodrigo) and Rebecca Klar (@rebeccaklar_), for more coverage. Secretary of State Antony BlinkenAntony BlinkenBlinken
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New York Attorney General Letitia James is planning announce a bid to become the state’s next governor, with an official announcement coming as soon as Thursday, according to a report. “Attorney General Letitia James has made a decision regarding the governor’s race,” James adviser Kimberly Peeler-Allen said. “She will be announcing it in the coming
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