On Sunday, the New York Times published a massive investigation into President Trump’s tax returns, revealing years of aggressive write-offs, tax avoidance, and staggering losses. The report comes at an inopportune time for a president facing an uphill reelection battle and a potential investigation for tax fraud by the Manhattan district attorney. It won’t be the last one, either: the Times notes that the report just “offers an overview of [their] findings; additional articles will be published in the coming weeks.” Continue reading The Key Takeaways From the Times’ Trump Tax-Return Investigation
The Department of Justice has filed for a court order to compel Apple to assist it in unlocking the phone that belonged to one of the dead San Bernardino shooters. “Apple is not above the law,” it reads.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation infiltrated and shut down what it called “the largest remaining known child pornography hidden service in the world” this summer, using a hacking method to track IP addresses on the Dark Web, Vice Motherboard reported. The Dark Web bulletin board site, named “Playpen,” launched in August 2014 and within one year had garnered 215,000 accounts with 11,000 unique visitors each week.