Circle Warns About Scammers Baiting USDC Users

During the second quarter of the year alone, CertiK registered 290 phishing attacks, up 170% from 106 in the first quarter. Circle, the firm behind USDC stablecoin, issued a warning about an active phishing campaign attempting to lure users into transferring tokens to malicious addresses. As per the tweet, the...
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Op/Ed: Urge US senators to pass RAWA, save wildlife species near extinction in Indiana

The Hoosier state is home to some of America’s most cherished wildlife. Today, Indiana has more than 150 species that are at a heightened risk of extinction. Extinction is forever; the time to act is when animals are plentiful. We need to address the threats leading to extinction: from habitat loss and fragmentation to invasive species and degraded water quality.
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The 2022 Vote Count In SoCal Is Almost Over. When Do Electeds Take Office?

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By PEC, Lula enters the field with a trip to Brasilia this Monday

President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva (PT) will go to Brasília next Monday (28) to discuss with Congress the format of the PEC (proposed amendment to the Constitution) of the Transition, which aims to make room in the spending ceiling to fund expenses such as Bolsa Família.

Ralph Nader explains why Democrats lost the House

The midterm elections are over, and two more years of Congressional gridlock are likely in store. Republicans have taken a narrow majority in the House, while Democrats have held the Senate. What do we make of the current political landscape, where rhetoric runs so hot but so little gets done? And what can we expect from the 2024 presidential elections? Ralph Nader joins The Chris Hedges Report for a post-mortem on the 2022 midterm elections, and to discuss how the people can retake Congress from corporate influence.

Special Counsel Jack Smith Puts Trump On Notice In Letter

Special Counsel Jack Smith is working through the Thanksgiving holiday and he wrecked Trump’s arguments in a letter to the 11th Circuit. Here is Smith’s letter rejecting Trump’s argument in the classified documents case:. Smith is coming at the very heart of Trump’s argument that the special...

Scam Alert: Circle Warns About Phishing Campaign

Circle, the issuer of the USD Coin (USDC) stablecoin, has warned about an active phishing campaign whose organizers are trying to lure users into sending their tokens to malicious addresses. The fraudsters are pretending to work for Centre, a consortium founded by Coinbase and Circle, claiming that there is a...

Vermont’s Congressperson-elect seeking employees

Vermont Congresswoman-elect Becca Balint is seeking employees for her Congressional offices. The Democrat says she is taking applications for positions in her Vermont and Washington offices. In her notice, Balint states: “We are building a team of committed public servants who are excited to serve Vermonters with kindness, professionalism and the dedication they deserve.”

Redistricting In The 2022 Midterms And The Impact It Could Have In 2024

One of the biggest midterm elections surprises occurred in Florida, the historic swing state that voted decidedly Republican for the first time in recent memory. Analysts point to Florida's newly drawn Congressional districts, drawn in large part by Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis, playing significant roles in turning Florida into a red state.

Did low turnout sink Iowa Democratic candidates?

Fourth in a series interpreting the results of Iowa's 2022 state and federal elections. Many people have asked why Iowa experienced the red wave that didn't materialize across most of the country. While no one factor can account for the result, early signs point to turnout problems among groups that favor Democratic candidates.