Jonathan James, known in the hacking community as "c0mrade," made history as a teenager by infiltrating US government systems, including NASA's, showcasing his profound abilities in cybersecurity.
America's Top 1% Accumulates $50 Trillion at the Expense of Working Citizens: Understanding the Redistribution of Wealth
In recent years, the issue of financial disparity in the United States has ignited significant debate and concern, with a staggering 61% of individuals expressing unease over the widening income gap, according to a Pew survey.
Putin Condemns Gaza Hospital Attack, Affirms Support for Palestinian State Amidst U.S. Presidential Visit to Israel
In a move that's drawing international attention, Russian President Vladimir Putin issued a vehement statement regarding the recent Gaza hospital attack
Young Palestinian-American Victim of Horrific Hate Crime
In a tragic escalation of hate-fueled violence, a young Palestinian-American child was brutally murdered in what authorities are investigating as an anti-Muslim hate crime in Illinois, causing ripples of fear and heartache across communities nationwide.
Hackers take down Israeli Air Force website
The Israeli Air Force faced an unexpected virtual siege when its official website was reportedly taken down by a group identifying themselves
Israeli Survivor Yasmin Porat Reveals That Israeli Forces Shot Their Own Civilians
In a recent heart-wrenching radio interview on "This Morning Show" with host Aryeh Golan, Yasmin Porat, a resilient survivor from the devastating attack on Kibbutz Be'eri
Hackers are intensifying cyber warfare in the Hamas-Israeli conflict
In a recent string of cyber disruptions, two primary humanitarian organizations extending their support to the ongoing Israel-Gaza crisis faced significant digital challenges.