‘Por favor:’ Last words of one of six victims of Haiti plane crash, says U.S. missionary
The bodies of two Americans, a Dominican and three other individuals on a single-engine airplane that crashed in Haiti late Friday were recovered due to the persistence of a group of missionaries and a pilot from Jacmel in southeastern Haiti, one of the rescuers told the Miami Herald in an exclusive interview.news.yahoo.com
Russians outsmarted DHS cyberattack detection program in hack
To date, no one is sure how the hackers got into SolarWinds, or if it is the only vector of attack. One of the victims is Microsoft, where an intruder gained access to the source code for some Microsoft products. "I think that when you look at the sophistication of this attacker, there's an asymmetric advantage for somebody playing offense," Smith says. When that update went out to 18,000 organizations around the world, so did this malware," says the Microsoft president. The Department of Homeland Security spent billions on a program called "Einstein" to detect cyberattacks on government agencies, but the Russians outsmarted it.cbsnews.com
Several Raiders active against Bucs after time on COVID list
(AP Photo/Charlie Riedel)Las Vegas starting offensive linemen Kolton Miller, Denzelle Good, Rodney Hudson and Gabe Jackson are active for the Raiders against Tampa Bay after spending time on the COVID-19 list this week. Safety Johnathan Abram remains on the COVID-19 list for at least one more day and is missing the game. ___TAMPA BAY AT LAS VEGASBuccaneers: QB Ryan Griffin, OL Aaron Stinnie, LB Quinton Bell, DL Khalil Davis, WR Cyril Grayson. Raiders: WR Bryan Edwards, CB Keisean Nixon, QB Marcus Mariota, G Patrick Omameh, DE David Irving. ___CAROLINA AT NEW ORLEANSPanthers: QB Will Grier, CB Stantley Thomas-Oliver, G John Miller, OL Mike Horton, WR Marken Michel.
Review details sex abuse claims against Boys and Girls Clubs
He said the number of sexual abuse cases that result in arrests has been probably in the single digits each year since 2014. Boys & Girls Clubs of America, which has a $100 million annual budget, has a congressional charter to work with at-risk youth in communities across the country. Since 2005, Boys & Girls Clubs of America has required all who have contact with children to undergo criminal background checks annually, Miller said. But there have been instances in recent years when local clubs' procedures apparently failed to screen out people with criminal records. In 2015, Christopher Sims was hired at the Boys and Girls Clubs of Wayne County in Goldsboro, North Carolina, despite previous convictions for communicating threats, resisting a police officer and disorderly conduct.chicagotribune.com
Man Freed After 21 Years in Prison for Murder After Star Witness Steps Forward as Real Killer
A Pennsylvania man who spent more than two decades in prison for a murder he did not commit has walked free after a star witness in the case confessed to being behind the killing, officials said. It wasnt long until authorities announced they had arrested the man responsible and identified the shooter as John Miller. Despite Williams claim and the fact that no physical evidence linking Miller to the crime was found, Miller was convicted of second-degree murder and sentenced to life in prison, Pepper Hamilton said. The organization accepted his case in 2011, and with Pepper Hamilton, spent more than 3,000 hours trying to secure Millers release. Their discovery was pivotal in contributing to Millers release today, eight years after the legal team began its work, Pepper Hamilton said.
Man walks free after 21 years in prison
PHILADELPHIA - A Pennsylvania man who spent 21 years behind bars for murder was freed Wednesday after the star witness in the case confessed to the killing. A jury convicted Miller of second-degree murder, and he was sentenced to life in prison. A federal judge on July 1 ordered Miller be released, subject to a decision by the district attorney on whether to pursue a new trial. 'Insufficient evidence' to make a caseIn a motion filed this week, the District Attorney's Office said there was "insufficient evidence" to make a case against Miller. The District Attorney's Office has not said whether it will charge Williams in the Mullens murder.
NYPD Official: Police should reject calls to occupy or intimidate Muslim communities
Deputy NYPD Commissioner for Counterterrorism John Miller says law enforcement is investigating the Brussels bombings to determine if recent attacks are part of a global set of actions. Miller believes Sen. Ted Cruz’s recent claim that police must “patrol and secure” Muslim communities risks violating Americans’ freedom and human rights.cbsnews.com
Open: This is Face the Nation, March 27
On this Easter Sunday, “Face the Nation” brings you the latest on this week’s terror attacks in Brussels and the 2016 campaign trail. Today’s guests include U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry, NYPD deputy commissioner John Miller, House Homeland Security Chair Rep. Michael McCaul, R-Texas, and others.cbsnews.com
Encrypted messaging apps helping terrorists "go dark"
The apparent lack of chatter before terrorists carried out a string of deadly attacks across Paris may indicate a dangerous change in the way extremist groups are communicating with each other. NYPD Deputy Commissioner for Intelligence and Counterterrorism John Miller discusses that and how New York City is preparing for similar threats.cbsnews.com
How could terrorists fly under the radar of security agencies?
After Paris attacks, questions are raised about how terrorists could fly under the radar of security agencies. Former CBS news correspondent and now deputy commissioner of intelligence and counter-terrorism at the NYPD, John Miller joins “CBS: This Morning Saturday.” Also joining “CBS This Morning: Saturday” is former number two at the CIA and now CBS news senior security contributor, Michael Morell.cbsnews.com
What do the Paris terror attacks mean for future threats against the U.S.?
What do the Paris terror attacks mean for future threats against the U.S.? CBS News National Security Analyst Michael Morell and New York City Police Department Deputy Commissioner of Intelligence and Counterterrorism John Miller discuss the threat to the U.S. in the wake of the shootings in Francecbsnews.com
NYPD's John Miller on how NYC is preparing for potential hostage situations
NYPD's John Miller on how NYC is preparing for potential hostage situations From how the NYPD is preparing for potential hostage situations to the effectiveness of the New South Wales police response, NYPD's Deputy Commissioner of Intelligence and Counterterrorism John Miller joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the Australian hostage seige.cbsnews.com
NYPD's John Miller on Sydney siege: Similar attacks to U.S. in many ways inevitable
NYPD's John Miller on Sydney siege: Similar attacks to U.S. in many ways inevitable There are a lot of security-related lessons to be learned from Sydney's recent hostage incident. NYPD's Deputy Commissioner of Intelligence and Counterterrorism John Miller joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss U.S. cities facing potential threats.cbsnews.com
Al Qaeda magazine encouraging car bombs in U.S. cities
Al Qaeda magazine encouraging car bombs in U.S. cities In the newest edition of its online magazine, Inspire, al Qaeda is calling on its followers within the U.S. to attack American cities with car bombs. Former senior correspondent John Miller, New York City's deputy police commissioner for intelligence, talks about the threat with the "CBS This Morning" co-hosts.cbsnews.com
60 Minutes Overtime, 12.15.13
60 Minutes Overtime, 12.15.13 A conversation with John Miller and 60 Minutes producers about their experience reporting in top-secret areas of the NSA; then, John Miller asked the NSA's Rick Ledgett what he would say to Edward Snowden if given the chance; also, The NSA's Rick Ledgett said system administrators detected that Snowden was downloading confidential documents; and, human rights activist Hossam Bahgat describes the day a peaceful protest in Cairo turned into one of the worst massacres of Christians in modern Egypt.cbsnews.com