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  • Defiant fugitive faces massive fraud charges — again

    Defiant fugitive faces massive fraud charges — again
    Darryl Burke didn't just break the law for 25 years, federal authorities say, he defied it — hiding behind aliases while he masterminded millions of dollars worth of fraud, lived it up at his South Florida waterfront "compound" and used his Miami...
  • The Latest: Brit goes 'Digging'; 'Dead' lacks life

    The Latest: Brit goes 'Digging'; 'Dead' lacks life
    Digging Too Deep Jill Amadio Mainly Murder Press; 207 pages Jill Amadio's "Digging Too Deep" is the sort of book that will have you casting the movie version in your head as you read. Put the right director at the helm and these characters could...
  • Couple arrested on counterfeit charges

    Police found a stash of counterfeit $100 bills in a Costa Mesa hotel room last month after a couple tried to pass fake currency at a Huntington Beach store, according to a federal indictment. Marcus Redick and Lashana Gorrell allegedly bought hundreds...
  • New York man held for allegedly threatening George W. Bush

    New York man held for allegedly threatening George W. Bush
    A man has been arrested in New York City for allegedly threatening former President George W. Bush after declaring his love for the 43rd president's daughter Barbara, officials said Saturday. George Ogilvie, a spokesman for the U.S. Secret Service, told...
  • Secret Service investigating possible data breach at Sears

    Secret Service investigating possible data breach at Sears
    The U.S. Secret Service is investigating a possible security breach at Sears Holdings Corp., after a series of cyber attacks on retailers that have exposed the credit-card data of millions of U.S. consumers, a person familiar with the investigation told...
  • John Kass: 'First Laddie Issue' could impede Hillary in 2016

    You probably won't believe this, but I aim to help Hillary Clinton fulfill her destiny and rule the world. But the thing is, she has a problem. You wouldn't know it from reading or watching the news. That's because in most newsrooms across America --...
  • Bill Thomas, a Times editor during the glory times, dies

    Bill Thomas, a Times editor during the glory times, dies
    There are real-life newspaper editors like the ones you see in the movies, the ones who swagger and swashbuckle and cuss and scrap. Bill Thomas was not one of those editors. He was urbane, dapper, cool and collected, an editor to match the...
  • Neiman Marcus says social security numbers, birth dates not stolen

    Neiman Marcus says social security numbers, birth dates not stolen
    Neiman Marcus Group offered more details Thursday about the data breach it disclosed late last week, saying that although credit and debit card information was stolen, customers’ social security numbers and birth dates were not. And because the...
  • NBC announces midseason premiere dates for five new shows

    NBC announces midseason premiere dates for five new shows
    NBC has been saving its midseason shows until after the Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia, but Olympics viewers will get sneak peeks of two of the new shows during the Olympics. "About a Boy," based on the Nick Hornby novel, will air its first episode on...
  • Review: CBS' 'Intelligence' takes aim, ABC's 'Killer Women' misfires

     Review: CBS' 'Intelligence' takes aim, ABC's 'Killer Women' misfires
    Two floridly genre crime dramas debut Tuesday, demonstrating, if nothing else, the temptations and pitfalls of relying on character types rather than actual characters. They also illustrate the low-percentage odds of the midseason replacement. CBS'...
  • Former Bucks author's YA book inspires CBS series

     
    John Dixon, the author of the YA novel “Phoenix Island,” which inspired the new CBS show “Intelligence” will sign copies of his book at The Doylestown Bookshop at 11 a.m. Saturday. Dixon, a a former resident of Doyelstown who now.....
  • What's the risk of 'electronic pickpocketing' for Ventra cards?

     What's the risk of 'electronic pickpocketing' for Ventra cards?
    After experiencing problems both activating his Ventra card and loading value onto it from his Discover card and then being double-charged for some fares, CTA rider Barry Finkel began to wonder how susceptible his new transit account is to hacking. "I...