US to Help Investigate Haitian President’s Murder but Will Not Send Troops

US to Help Investigate Haitian President’s Murder but Will Not Send Troops

In the wake of the assassination of Haitian President Jovenel Moïse, the United States turned down Haiti’s request for its military to assist in securing key infrastructure. However, U.S officials offered to help investigate who is behind the suspected assassin squad, on July 9, 2021. Haiti’s political crisis deepened after the president’s killing in his […]

Largest US Fuel Pipeline Remains Mostly Shut Down After Cyber-Attack

Largest US Fuel Pipeline Remains Mostly Shut Down After Cyber-Attack

The source of nearly half of the United States East Coast’s fuel supply shut down when Colonial Pipeline suffered a cyber-attack. Sources indicate that the top U.S. pipeline operator’s attack originated from a criminal group from Russia named “DarkSide,” reports CNN on Sunday, May 9, 2021. Colonial Pipeline shut down on Friday to contain the […]

Former Homeland Security Department Official and Whistleblower, Philip Haney Dies

Former Homeland Security Department Official and Whistleblower, Philip Haney Dies

Former Homeland Security Department official under Barack Obama’s administration, Philip Haney, blew the whistle on his own agency. He was found dead on Friday, Feb. 21, 2020 with a gunshot wound. He was discovered 40 miles east of Sacramento, California. The Amador County Sheriff’s Office confirmed that deputies responded to an emergency call at 10:12 […]