- (AP) - Gov. Steve Sisolak outlined plans Tuesday to spur job growth and attract new industries to Nevada as the coronavirus pandemic continues to wreak havoc on the state’s tourism-driven economy.
- Sisolak said one firm, Blockchains, LLC, has committed to invest in Nevada once the legislation passes and would “create a small city in northern Nevada that would fully run on blockchain technology,” bringing high-paying jobs and tax revenue with it.
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- The shuttle mockup was mated with a huge fuel tank and two prototype solid-rocket boosters for display at the state-owned museum in 1988.
- The shuttle test model, called Pathfinder, has been weathering outside the museum in Huntsville for more than three decades.
- That’s unlike the previous Twitter transition, when then-President Barack Obama’s official accounts were transferred to President Donald Trump with followers intact.
- Twitter will transfer them to President-elect Joe Biden once he is officially inaugurated on Wednesday.
- Emsisoft’s report did not analyze private sector cyberattacks because the company said such attacks were too infrequently disclosed to provide an accurate portrayal of the threats.
- Ransomware attacks affected more than 2,300 U.S. government entities, health care facilities and schools in 2020, according to security software company Emsisoft.