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    Two of the world’s largest security companies merge, creating one of the largest computer and mobile security giants. NortonLifeLock Company has bought Avast shares, for an amount that is around the 8,000 million dollars. “This transaction is a major step forward for consumer cybersecurity and will ultimately allow us to achieve our vision of protecting and empowering people to live...
    Important operation in the antivirus market. Norton has announced the purchase of Avast for create a giant of the computer security industry. The two companies, one of the largest in the world, are pushing the market towards consolidation with this agreement that may have consequences in the future. The operation, although it has been the result of an agreement, has...
    CHICAGO (CBS) — A CBS 2 viewer contacted us about a suspicious email that almost cost her big time. Morning Insider Tim McNicholas shows us the red flags so you can stay scam-free. “It scared me that I fell for it initially,” Brenda Clark said. READ MORE: Fans To Be Allowed At Bulls, Blackhawks Games, City Loosening Indoor Restrictions As...
    Capital News Service — The United States Capitol has been surrounded by fencing since just after the deadly Jan. 6 assault on the building, but Maryland Sen. Chris Van Hollen and other lawmakers want to make sure the barriers do not become permanent. “We can achieve security here without building a wall,” Van Hollen, a Democrat, said at a press conference...
    Maryland Sen. Chris Van Hollen (middle) with D.C. Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton and Missouri Sen. Roy Blunt announce proposal to bar permanent fencing around the U.S. Capitol. (WTOP/Mitchell Miller) Bipartisan legislation that would prohibit installation of permanent fencing on the grounds of the U.S. Capitol was unveiled Thursday. D.C. Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton and U.S. Sens. Chris Van Hollen, a...
    Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton said on Monday morning that Congress is "afraid of its shadow" after the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol as she panned the idea of a permanent fence or military presence around Capitol Hill.  Norton, the Democratic non-voting congressional delegate for Washington, D.C., made the comments in an interview on WMAL's "Mornings on the Mall" radio...
    On Friday’s broadcast of MSNBC’s “Andrea Mitchell Reports,” Rep. Eleanor Holmes Norton (D-DC) stated that some of the security precautions for the Capitol are “approaching being overdone.” And “We really can’t keep being afraid in our own Capitol of our own people.” Norton especially criticized the House adjourning on Thursday, stating that “we have got to get back to the...
    Vice President Kamala Harris paid a visit to a Giant Pharmacy in Southeast D.C. in hopes of encouraging more people, especially in Black and brown communities, to get a COVID-19 vaccine if they’re eligible. Harris was joined by D.C. Congresswoman Eleanor Holmes Norton, who knows how important it is to continue with this kind of public outreach. “Choosing to go...
    Vice President Kamala Harris paid a visit to a Giant Pharmacy in Southeast D.C. in hopes of encouraging more people, especially in Black and brown communities, to get a COVID-19 vaccine if they’re eligible. Harris was joined by D.C. Congresswoman Eleanor Holmes Norton, who knows how important it is to continue with this kind of public outreach. “Choosing to go...
    Members of the Washington D.C. City Council called Wednesday for the removal of three miles of security fencing placed around the U.S. Capitol as a defensive measure in the wake of the Jan. 6 riot. In a letter to Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-NY, and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., the councilmembers said a "hardened security perimeter," with fencing...
    The U.S. Capitol Police reportedly suggested keeping miles of fencing around the Capitol complex up for months. Officials with the Capitol Police recommended that the 7-foot-high, razor-wire fence should remain in place until September given security threats, the Associated Press reported on Thursday, citing a source not authorized to discuss the matter publicly. While the threats range in...
    A virtual town hall Thursday night addressed concerns from D.C. neighbors about fencing still up more than a month after the riot at the U.S. Capitol. D.C. Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton has introduced a bill asking for the fencing to be removed. A razor fence surrounds the entirety of the Capitol, and those nearby want that to change. “We still...
    Washington’s sole congressional delegate, Eleanor Holmes Norton, introduced legislation designed to stave off permanent fencing around the Capitol complex. The Washington, D.C., Democrat introduced the No Fencing at the United States Capitol Complex Act on Thursday. Norton said while introducing her bill she hoped to improve security at the Capitol after the Jan. 6 siege but wants to do...
    U.S. Capitol Police on Thursday dodged questions about when the fencing surrounding the Capitol Hill complex will be removed. During a town hall hosted by the city's shadow representative, Eleanor Holmes Norton, leaders of the Capitol Police and Metro Police Departments fielded community questions about the future of the city's security. When it comes to the fence blocking most...
    Rep. Eleanor Holmes Norton, D-D.C., unveiled a bill this week that would block Capitol authorities from installing permanent security fencing around the complex in the wake of the Jan. 6 riot. Norton said she has contacted Acting U.S. Capitol Police Chief Yoananda Pittman "over the phone and in writing strongly opposing her recommendation for permanent fencing." The congresswoman has argued...
    Riot fencing and razor wire reinforce the security zone on Capitol Hill. U.S. Capitol Police say they are stepping up security at Washington-area transportation hubs and taking other steps to bolster travel security for lawmakers. The moves come as Congress continues to react to Jan. 6 Capitol riot. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite) D.C.’s delegate to Congress is taking action on...
    Loading the player... On Saturday Eleanor Holmes Norton, Washington, D.C.’s non-voting delegate to Congress, requested that the Capitol Police relax security measures as the nation’s capital braces for what could be one of the biggest snowstorms in years. “The west side of the Capitol is well known as perhaps the best place for sledding in D.C.’s high-density urban environment....
    (CNN)The US Capitol Police have denied a request to allow sledding on the west side of the complex ahead of an expected snowstorm in the area.Congresswoman Eleanor Holmes Norton issued a statement Saturday asking the Capitol Police to allow sledding Sunday and next week, saying the snowfall expected Sunday "may be the only snowstorm D.C. gets this winter.""The west side...
    Washington, D.C.’s one and only congresswoman pleaded with Capitol Police Saturday, to loosen security measures as the Nation’s capital braces for what could be one of the biggest snow storms in years. "The west side of the Capitol is well known as perhaps the best place for sledding in D.C.’s high-density urban environment," Democratic Rep. Eleanor Holmes Norton said in a...
    NBC News anchor Andrea Mitchell and Democratic Congresswoman Eleanor Holmes Norton (D.C.) experienced a tense moment at the newly established “Black House Autonomous Zone” in Washington, D.C. on Tuesday that left one of them asking, “Where’s the police when you need them?” In a video posted by Daily Caller Senior Congressional Correspondent Henry Rodgers on Tuesday, Mitchell, NBC News Chief Foreign Affairs...
    NBC News anchor Andrea Mitchell and Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton (D-District of Columbia) were rushed by a bikini-clad protester on Tuesday at the Black Lives Matter Plaza in Washington, D.C. The incident was caught on video, and shows the perpetrator being grabbed and pushed away by security as the congresswoman — a non-voting member of the House of Representatives...
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