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  • Nearly 7,000 flood downtown for Mercedes-Benz Corporate Run

    Nearly 7,000 flood downtown for Mercedes-Benz Corporate Run
    There may have been awards for the CEOs with the best times, but Aidan Miehl showed everyone who was boss. With his father pushing him in a custom-made stroller, the 2-year-old looked sharp in a dress shirt and dark blue tie. He may not have run but...
  • Medical data breach involves more than 170,000 additional victims

    Medical data breach involves more than 170,000 additional victims
    Los Angeles County officials said Thursday that 170,200 additional victims have been identified in a theft of medical data from a county contractor's office. The total number of county patients affected now stands at 338,700. The data was stored on...
  • Latest cyberscam enables crooks to extract huge sums from ATMs

    Latest cyberscam enables crooks to extract huge sums from ATMs
    Sounding alarm over an especially sinister new wave of cybercriminals, regulators are warning bankers that hackers have succeeded in changing the controls on automated teller machines to enable thieves to make nearly unlimited withdrawals using fraudulent...
  • Hollywood action movies: Could they be any worse?

    Hollywood action movies: Could they be any worse?
    A few nights ago, I finally caught up with watching the most recent Tweedledee and Tweedledum of action movies – “White House Down” and “Olympus Has Fallen.” “White House Down,” with Channing Tatum in the lead...
  • Jimmy Carter signs 1,600 books in one sitting at Powell's

    Jimmy Carter signs 1,600 books in one sitting at Powell's
    Former President Carter met his adoring, book-buying public in Portland, Ore., onĀ  Sunday, the Oregonian reports. The 89-year-old statesman signed 1,600 books in about two hours at Powell's Bookstore. Carter's new book is "A Call to Action: Women,...
  • Suffolk man accused of threatening to execute Obama, Clinton

    A Suffolk man was indicted by a federal grand jury Wednesday after being accused of making death threats against President Barack Obama and former first lady Hillary Clinton. David Gil Wilkinson, 43, a retired Special Forces Navy chief, faces up to 10...
  • Banks are warned about ATM hacks

    Sounding alarm over an especially sinister new wave of cybercrime, regulators are warning bankers that hackers have succeeded in changing the controls on automated teller machines to allow thieves to make nearly unlimited withdrawals. The hackers...
  • TV Picks: 'Crisis,' 'Doll & Em,' 'Episodes'

    TV Picks: 'Crisis,' 'Doll & Em,' 'Episodes'
    "Crisis": With a busload of kidnapped high school students, a flock of powerful parents and a smattering of high-caliber stars, NBC seems prepared to do what CBS couldn't with "Hostages"--create a high-octane, character-driven suspense drama that is...
  • Secret Service agents must tell White House protester they're sorry

    WASHINGTON, March 27 (Reuters) - A Pennsylvania woman who protested at the White House will get an apology and a family trip to Washington from the U.S. Secret Service to settle a lawsuit that accused the officers of effectively turning her away....
  • Secret Service agents in Florida for Obama visit had traffic accident in Keys

    MIAMI A burgeoning new scandal over drunkenness or tawdry behavior among Secret Service officers traveling with President Barack Obama is partly rooted in a traffic accident in the Florida Keys earlier this month involving two of the agency's men. The...
  • Secret Service agents may get shield from high court

    WASHINGTON — Supreme Court justices signaled they will bolster the Secret Service's legal immunity as they weighed a bid to sue agents for allegedly shielding President George W. Bush from protesters a decade ago. Hearing arguments in a case...
  • Secret Service agents sent home from Obama trip for alleged drinking

    Secret Service agents sent home from Obama trip for alleged drinking
    BRUSSELS -- Three Secret Service agents prepping for President Obama’s trip to the Netherlands were sent home for “disciplinary reasons,” a service spokesman said Wednesday, in another embarrassing incident for the elite agency charged...