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Fake FEMA workers poaching Covid funeral funds

While we’ve all been staying at home, scam artists have been on the prowl. Attorney and professor Steven Weisman explains a federal crackdown on robo-callers gone HAYWIRE during the pandemic – including crooks posing as FEMA workers preying on families of Covid victims. Meanwhile, cryptocurrency wallets may not be as secure as we thought.

100 days into Biden’s presidency, the media is abuzz declaring ‘science is back!’ Radio host and Talkers Magazine publisher Michael Harrison weighs in on the current state of news consumption. Can we finally move past the era of ‘fake news’, or are ‘alternative facts’ here to stay? Plus, The Big Picture debuts an animal welfare project 40 years in the making: Gunhill Road’s new album ‘What Year Is This!’ featuring Michael Harrison.