Finde Report 2021-05-10T12:51:02.349+00:00 Your news, aggregated Emergency Declaration Issued in 17 States 2021-05-10T12:51:02.349+00:00 The Department of Transportation's Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration issued a regional emergency declaration for 17 states and Washington, D.C., to keep fuel supply lines open, after the Colonial Pipeline attack Russia Pulls Troops From Ukraine Border 2021-05-10T12:41:47.916+00:00 Russia begin a phased reduction of troops from its border with neighboring Ukraine, apparently ending a deployment that had alarmed Kyiv and Western observers concerned about a possible repeat of Moscow's 2014 annexation of Crimea Hack Knocks Out Pipeline for Third Day 2021-05-10T12:35:01.759+00:00 Fuel suppliers are growing increasingly nervous about the possibility of gasoline and diesel shortages across the eastern U.S. almost two days after a cyberattack knocked out a massive pipeline Biden Lifts Refugee Cap to 62,500 2021-05-08T16:34:19.819+00:00 President Biden said on Monday he has resurrected a plan to raise refugee admissions this year to 62,500 after drawing a wave of criticism from supporters for initially keeping the refugee cap at a historically low level US Weighing $1b in Humanitarian Aid for Iran 2021-05-08T16:30:46.831+00:00 The United States is considering the option of unfreezing $1 billion in Iranian funds to be used for humanitarian aid purposes as a possible goodwill gesture in the attempt to reach a new nuclear deal Cyberattack Shuts Down Major US Pipeline 2021-05-08T16:06:08.951+00:00 The operator of the system said in a statement that it had shut down its 5,500 miles of pipeline, which it says carries 45 percent of the East Coast’s fuel supplies, in an effort to contain the breach on its computer networks 96% of US Users Opt Out of Tracking 2021-05-08T16:04:23.390+00:00 Developers and advertisers who rely on targeted mobile advertising for revenue are seeing their worst fears realized: Analytics data published this week suggests that US users choose to opt out of tracking 96 percent of the time China Using iPhone Hacks to Spy 2021-05-08T01:45:51.866+00:00 A detailed report says that Chinese white-hat hackers used to participate in the annual Pwn2Own contest, where the hackers win cash prizes, to design, uncover and exploit zero-day security vulnerabilities Dogecoin Rally is a ‘Middle Finger’ 2021-05-06T02:28:40.916+00:00 Dogecoin’s massive rally this year can be seen as a kind of 'middle finger' to the traditional financial system, longtime crypto bull Mike Novogratz told CNBC on Wednesday IMF: Global Tax Deal 'Urgently Needed' 2021-05-06T02:27:34.629+00:00 The International Monetary Fund (IMF) warned Tuesday that a global tax deal is 'urgently needed' in order to avoid a potential trade war. The IMF threw its support behind a Biden's proposal for a global corporate tax rate in April Derek Chauvin Asks Judge for New Trial 2021-05-05T00:00:17.852+00:00 Former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin asked a Minneapolis judge on Tuesday for a new trial, court records showed, two weeks after he was found guilty of second- and third-degree murder and manslaughter Teachers Union Help Formulate CDC Guidance 2021-05-04T23:57:14.056+00:00 The Post has documented two changes to CDC guidance that were made at the behest of the American Federation of Teachers, but that’s only because there are actual documents — emails — to substantiate those Chinese Smart TVs Snooping on Owners 2021-05-04T23:56:04.045+00:00 It turns out Beijing-based Gozen Data, a leading Chinese TV viewership analytics firm, has been collecting personal data in real time using smart TVs — without users' consent Chauvin Juror at Pre-Trial BLM Rally 2021-05-04T23:54:53.326+00:00 A juror in the Chauvin trial may have jeopardized the guilty verdict by attending a rally last year and wearing a “Get Your Knee Off Our Necks/BLM” T-shirt, raising questions about whether he told the truth during jury selection Explosion at Petrochemical Plant in Iran 2021-05-03T12:54:04.824+00:00 An explosion and fire were reported at a petrochemical plant in the Shokuhieh Industrial Town in the Qom Province of Iran on Sunday, according to Iranian media, leaving two firefighters seriously injured Facebook Tries to Sell App Tracking 2021-05-03T12:52:38.830+00:00 Facebook has been determined to promote app tracking before Apple made it optional with iOS 14.5, and it's now using tactics to encourage adoption. Apps are displaying notices to iOS users that pitch the app tracking concept Iran Claims Hostage Deal Struck with US 2021-05-03T12:48:24.326+00:00 'Reports that a prisoner swap deal has been reached are not true,' State Department spokesman Ned Price said. 'As we have said, we always raise the cases of Americans detained or missing in Iran.' China eyeing Taiwan over Microchip Shortage 2021-05-02T02:23:55.342+00:00 China consumes more than half of them and wants more as its economy grows and is increasingly casting an eye to their island neighbor to the east to get them – some worry by military force one day Crypto’s Shadow Currency Surges 2021-05-02T01:50:43.139+00:00 Tether, the crypto stablecoin backed one-for-one by fiat currencies, surpassed $50 billion in circulation, a sum that’s more than the insured deposits at all but 44 of the thousands of U.S. banks Biden to Green-Light Intifada 2021-05-02T01:44:54.642+00:00 As the number and severity of Palestinian and Iranian attacks against Israel increase, US President Joe Biden moves quickly to restore former president Barack Obama's Iran nuclear deal Iran Seeks Tech in Sweden for Weapons 2021-04-30T12:58:15.684+00:00 Sweden’s Security Service disclosed in its 2020 intelligence report that the Islamic Republic of Iran seeks Swedish technology for its nuclear weapons program, The Jerusalem Post can reveal Al Qaeda Promises 'War on all Fronts' 2021-04-30T12:56:36.080+00:00 This weekend marks the 10th anniversary since Osama Bin Laden, the mastermind of 9/11, was killed by US special-operations forces inside his high-walled compound in the Pakistani military college city of Abbottabad Admissions from the New York Times 2021-04-30T12:54:42.760+00:00 Weeks after the NYT failed in its motion to dismiss Project Veritas's defamation suit, the NYT was forced to answer the allegations in writing; The answers betray incredible insight as to how things work behind the scenes Fourteen Lies about the JCPOA 2021-04-30T12:54:12.150+00:00 Many support this objective, not realizing that the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) allows Iran to build nuclear weapons in the near future, and place the United States, the Sunni Gulf States, and Israel in grave danger USA Tells Citizens to Leave India 2021-04-29T22:05:17.387+00:00 US Citizens are told 'not to travel to India or to leave as soon as it is safe to do so.'' There are 14 direct daily flights between India and the U.S. and other services that connect through Europe, the State Department said NY Reopening in July 2021-04-29T22:03:44.294+00:00 Andrew Cuomo says he's hopeful that New York can fully reopen earlier than July 1, the date Mayor Bill de Blasio pitched for the city's lifting of restrictions earlier Thursday, though he said he was reluctant to make projections The Latest Victim of Zarif’s Big Mouth 2021-04-29T00:17:28.720+00:00 A leaked tape of Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif critiquing Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps and Russia has now ensnared US climate czar John Kerry, the former secretary of state who pushed for the Iran deal Biden to Propose Free Preschool 2021-04-28T02:11:53.287+00:00 Joe Biden will call for free preschool for all three and four-year-old children, a $200 billion investment to be rolled out as part of his sweeping American Families Plan being unveiled Wednesday in an address to Congress India Cracks Down on Social Media Posts 2021-04-27T12:58:10.509+00:00 India’s government reportedly ordered social media giants to censor dozens of posts criticizing the administration’s response to the pandemic, arguing that they were misleading or could hinder emergency response efforts No Evidence of Hate Crime 2021-04-27T12:56:51.010+00:00 Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison told CBS's '60 Minutes' in an interview aired Sunday that there was no evidence that Derek Chauvin's murder of George Floyd last May was a hate crime