America has the most cyber attacks: Poll

RICHMOND, Va. A majority of Americans across party lines have serious concerns about cyberattacks on American computer systems and see China and Russia as major threats, according to a new poll. Surveys by The Pearson Institute and The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research show that 9 out of 10 Americans are at least … Read more

Biden kicks off Columbus Day, attends wedding amid approval meltdown

President Biden took the day off Monday for some Columbus Day R&R in Delaware—along with a stop at a wedding in Pennsylvania—despite crises that are lowering his approval ratings and upping his agenda. putting them in danger. Biden’s schedule includes just one public event, a return to the White House at 4:20 p.m., despite fresh … Read more

Board of Elections’ Alvin Samuels accused of sexual harassment

When the agency settled the sexual-harassment complaint against him, the election board’s ex-con “Overtime King” cost taxpayers even more money. The discrimination claims against Alvin Samuels, which included charges of retaliation, went before the State Division of Human Rights, according to the city’s law department. According to the department, BOE agreed to a settlement on … Read more

Americans agree misinformation is a problem, survey shows

WASHINGTON — Nearly all Americans agree that the widespread spread of misinformation is a problem. Most people also think that social media companies, and the people who use them, are largely to blame for the situation. But some are very concerned that they themselves may be responsible, according to a new survey by The Pearson … Read more

Trump suggests Haitian migrants heading to US border ‘probably have AIDS’

Former President Donald Trump on Thursday night suggested without evidence that thousands of Haitian migrants who are reported to be headed to the US-Mexico border are suffering from AIDS. “We have thousands of people coming from Haiti,” Trump told Sean Hannity of Fox News. “Haiti has a tremendous AIDS problem. AIDS is a step forward. … Read more

McAuliffe calls Biden ‘unpopular’ in VA ahead of GOV election

Democratic Virginia gubernatorial candidate Terry McAuliffe recently admitted to surrogates on a video teleconference call that President Biden is “unpopular” in the Commonwealth ahead of a close election next month. “We have to get the Democrats out to vote,” McAuliffe said on the call. “We are facing a lot of headwinds from Washington. “As you … Read more

Rome’s mayor voted out of office amid controversies over city’s decay, garbage, wild boar

Voters in Rome this week called for a fresh start with their mayor in office. The ancient city, “La Grande Belleza” (The Great Beauty), is falling apart, as more than a few residents have visited it. And in the last few days have seen things really go up in flames. A fire over the weekend … Read more