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Cybercriminals illicitly acquired 340,000 Social Security numbers from a government consulting firm.

Greylock McKinnon Associates (GMA), a prominent U.S. consulting firm, disclosed a significant data breach affecting approximately 341,650 individuals. The breach, which occurred in May 2023, compromised personal and Medicare information, including Social Security numbers. Despite the severity of the breach, questions arose regarding GMA's nine-month delay in notifying victims. Efforts to obtain comments from GMA and their legal representatives were unsuccessful, leaving many unanswered questions. This breach highlights the ongoing threat of cybercrime and underscores the importance of robust cybersecurity measures.

By Team Bulletiny | April 09, 2024 | 0 Comments

Research illuminates the white dwarf star, possibly the agent of destruction for our solar system

Researchers led by Dr. Amornrat Aungwerojwit studied the impact of white dwarfs on planetary systems, revealing how their immense gravity shatters celestial bodies into dust. Prof. Boris Gaensicke noted the complexity of these systems, based on observations of three different white dwarfs exhibiting varying behaviors. The study, spanning 17 years, showed how stars' brightness changes, shedding light on disruptive processes. Gaensicke highlighted unpredictability in these systems, while also discussing the potential fate of our solar system. The findings were published in the Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society.

By Team Bulletiny | April 09, 2024 | 0 Comments

Prosecutors urge Supreme Court to dismiss Trump's immunity plea in election lawsuit.

The article discusses multiple legal challenges facing former President Donald Trump, including a new case before the Supreme Court, Trump v. United States. This case is one of three on the Court's docket concerning Trump's legal troubles. The Court recently rejected a challenge to Trump's eligibility for holding office and is set to hear arguments regarding charges in a federal election interference case. Special counsel Mr. Smith emphasized the unprecedented nature of the alleged crimes in his filing to the Court, comparing them to Nixon's actions.

By Team Bulletiny | April 09, 2024 | 0 Comments

Netherlands World Court Nicaragua Germany

In a U.N. Court battle, Germany is contesting accusations of complicity in genocide. Nicaragua has lodged allegations against Germany regarding its military and financial support for Israel. Responding to this, Germany has dispatched a team of international lawyers to mount its defense.

By Team Bulletiny | April 09, 2024 | 0 Comments

Total Solar Eclipse Wows North America Clouds Part Just in Time for Most

In a stunning celestial event witnessed across North America, a total solar eclipse captivated millions as the moon passed directly between the Earth and the sun, casting a shadow over a significant portion of the continent.

By Dane Thomas | April 09, 2024 | 0 Comments

"Oppenheimer Triumphs with Best Picture Win at the Oscars; Emma Stone Shocks with Surprise Victory"

In a night filled with anticipation and excitement, the 96th Academy Awards delivered a series of memorable moments, culminating in Christopher Nolan's epic biographical drama "Oppenheimer" clinching the highly coveted Best Picture award. However, amidst the expected victories, the ceremony took a surprising turn as Emma Stone emerged victorious in a category many had not anticipated.

By Dane Thomas | March 11, 2024 | 0 Comments

District Attorney Refutes Allegations of Inappropriate Relationship with Special Prosecutor Investigating Trump

Former friend testifies that Fulton County District Attorney Fani T. Willis and special prosecutor Nathan J. Wade were romantically involved since 2019, before Wade was hired. Testimony suggests relationship persisted until 2022, raising conflict of interest concerns in case against Donald Trump and co-defendants. Defense argues hiring was financially motivated, with Wade earning over $650,000 and allegedly charging vacations to his credit cards. Willis denies impropriety, claiming reimbursement for trips made in cash. Testimony could impact case's trajectory and perceptions of prosecutorial integrity. Fulton County District Attorney, Fani T. Willis, Nathan J. Wade, romantic relationship, conflict of interest, Donald Trump, co-defendants, financial motivation, legal case, testimony, prosecutorial integrity, impeachment trial

By Team Bulletiny | February 16, 2024 | 0 Comments

The internet ridicules Trump following his defeat in an $80 million defamation lawsuit.

The post discusses the aftermath of the defamation lawsuit filed by writer E. Jean Carroll against former President Trump. Initially awarded $5 million in damages, Carroll pursued a second lawsuit, resulting in a substantial $83.3 million judgment on Friday. The legal action stems from Trump's derogatory comments and allegations of inappropriate conduct made by Carroll. Social media users on platform X, formerly Twitter, took the opportunity to mock Trump following the significant legal outcome.

By Team Bulletiny | January 27, 2024 | 0 Comments

Biden Clinches Victory in New Hampshire Primary Through Write-In Campaign

President Joe Biden emerged victorious in the Democratic primary in New Hampshire, showcasing a symbolic triumph despite not being featured on the official ballot and the state's limited significance in the nominating process.

By Dane Thomas | January 24, 2024 | 0 Comments

Mr. Modi Inaugurates Ayodhya Ram Temple, a Triumph for India’s Hindu Nationalists

Mr. Modi Inaugurates Ayodhya Ram Temple, a Triumph for India’s Hindu Nationalists

By Dane Thomas | January 23, 2024 | 0 Comments