Twitter is President Trump's megaphone, allowing him to share his unfiltered thoughts in real time with the entire world, but what could happen if someone hacked his account?
Experts say a hack and some unauthorized tweets could lead to all sorts of chaos, including profiteering and causing mayhem on the world stage.
Smog regulators said they are "very disappointed" with repeated explosions and fires at the Torrance Refining Company, and announced plans for a hearing to investigate smog coming from a series of explosions at the gasoline refinery.
Representative Ted Lieu, a congressman from Los Angeles County, California, led fourteen other House Democrats on Friday in urging the House Government Oversight Committee to investigate "troubling reports" of President Donald Trump's apparently poor security practices and the potential danger to national security posed by them—including his continued use of an unsecured Android device to post to Twitter, discussion of sensitive information (including nuclear strategy) in the restaurant
Concerned about repeated problems at the PBF Energy-owned oil refinery in Torrance in the aftermath of a weekend fire, the region’s pollution-control agency said Sunday it plans to conduct a community hearing to get to the bottom of things.
They call it the ‘I’ word.
Just a month into Donald Trump’s presidency, Democratic Party leaders are trying to rein in the talk of impeachment that’s animating the grassroots, the product of a restive base demanding deeper and more aggressive investigations into Trump’s ties to Russia.
Torrance firefighters are investigating the cause of a fire Saturday morning at the Torrance Refining Co. complex.
Three dozen firefighters were dispatched to the refinery about 6 a.m. after getting reports of an explosion. They extinguished the blaze within a half hour, said Torrance Fire Capt. Robert Millea. City officials later issued an alert saying that there was “no offsite impact.”
State and county health officials were also at the site, Millea said.