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How the Mail-In Voting Controversy Creates Opportunity for Identify Theft and Cyber Attacks
These faceless criminals took advantage of fear, uncertainty and doubt when the pandemic hit, and they're doing it again as the election nears.
U.S: Iran and Russia Obtained Voter Registration Data to Interfere in U.S. Election
'If you receive an intimidating or manipulative email in your inbox, don't be alarmed and do not spread it,' the U.S. Director of National Intelligence said on Wednesday.
Purdue Pharma to Plead Guilty to Multiple Federal Charges (Updated)
The OxyContin manufacturer will pay the government $225 million and own up to misleading the DEA and incentivizing doctors to write prescriptions.
3 Crucial Risk-Avoidance Strategies to Protect Your Business
As business activities resume in earnest, businesses have to take steps to prevent legal liability and loss of profits.
Senate Republicans Want to Subpoena Twitter CEO Over Blocked Biden Story
The company said the 'NY Post' article violated its rules on doxxing and hacked materials.
SBA Approves Simple 1-Page PPP Forgiveness Application for Loans of $50,000 or Less
The new guidelines remove calculation requirements and simplify supporting-document rules.
Dow Plummets 376 Points as Trump Halts Stimulus Talks Until After Election
"I have instructed my representatives to stop negotiating until after the election when, immediately after I win, we will pass a major Stimulus Bill," Trump tweeted Tuesday afternoon.
Remembering Ruth Bader Ginsburg's Entrepreneurial Spirit
The late Supreme Court Justice left behind a superlative legacy of persistence and grit.
California Will Only Allow Zero-Emission Vehicle Sales By 2035
The emissions mandate extends to off-road equipment, drayage trucks and medium- and heavy-duty vehicles.
NFL Season Kicks Off With Former Jet Wide Receiver's Alleged PPP Fraud
Football free agent Josh Bellamy is among those accused of using a share of his small-business loan on personal indulgence.
Portland, Oregon Imposes Strict Ban on Facial-Recognition Technology
Private businesses and government agencies can't use facial-recognition technology starting on January 1 next year.