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7 hrs ago | Detroit News
The Department of Homeland Security plans to award a contract for the design of the next-generation presidential limousine by late August, to be ready by the time the next president takes office in 2017.
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11 hrs ago | Lowell Sun
UMass Lowell is hosting its "Summer and Beyond" Job Fair on Wednesday, as students graduating in May will get an opportunity to meet with up to 140 prospective employers.
11 hrs ago | KWTX
Several counterfeit silver bars have been recovered in Milam County that authorities say are linked to a ring that's operating throughout the state.
16 hrs ago | Erie Times News
A 61-year-old Erie resident by the name of Peter J. Turk indisputably scammed an acquaintance of $720,750 as part of what is known as a Nigerian advance-fee scheme.
But she's a fake, a federal prosecutor Monday told a judge deciding whether to set bond for the 52-year-old Northbrook woman.
A former Fishers High School swim coach once accused of misappropriating school funds in Hamilton County now faces a 15-count federal indictment in Nashville, Tenn.
A report published Monday by anti-virus software manufacturer McAfee disputes claims by the U.S. Secret Service and cyber-security experts that the hackers who stole customer information from Minneapolis-based Target last year were sophisticated.
Sand Springs Police and agents with the U.S. Secret Service arrested Christopher Cooley earlier this week.
It's not often that The Scrapbook finds common cause with Vincent Gray, the mayor of Washington, D.C. But occasionally, worlds do collide.
A popular Long Island grocery store chain reported Thursday that it had been the victim of a data breach affecting credit card systems at three of its stores.
The U.S. Department of Justice indicted a Nashville man on charges related to thefts from churches, the U.S. Department of Justice announced in a press release.
March 6, 2014 - Lawmakers in a House Financial Services subcommittee hearing Wednesday reiterated their concerns about increased data breaches and pressed anew on the need for national data security and breach notification requirements.
The Den Theatre launches its 2014 season with the world premiere of THE ROPER by Chicago playwright Will Dunne , directed by ensemble member Ron Wells , playing now - April 13, 2014 on The Den Theatre Mainstage, 1333 N. Milwaukee Ave in Chicago's Wicker Park neighborhood.
Federal prosecutors sought in court today to detain three suburban family members accused of operating a sophisticated, nationwide shoplifting ring, calling them risks to flee if released from custody.