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Erie Times News
Erie man pleads guilty in $721K fraud
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.
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8 hrs ago
Teacher says he was banned from attending Obama's speech
As President Barack Obama was speaking at Coral Reef Senior High School last Friday, social studies teacher Randall Scott said he was left sitting alone in his classroom.
Mon Mar 10, 2014
Dad accused of stealing millions in toys ordered held, ...
But she's a fake, a federal prosecutor Monday told a judge deciding whether to set bond for the 52-year-old Northbrook woman.
The Indianapolis Star
Former Fishers coach Stopkotte indicted in Tennessee
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.
McAfee downplays sophistication of Target data attack
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.
Former Secret Service leader joins Cyveillance management team
A former special agent with the U.S. Secret Service has joined Cyveillance as vice president of security services, the Reston-based company announced Monday.
Sat Mar 08, 2014
Insurance Journal West
Secret Service Agent Says Many Cyber Breaches Go Unreported
That's according to Kirk Arthur, supervisory special agent for the U.S. Secret Service's San Francisco field office.
Fri Mar 07, 2014
Skiatook Man Arrested for Making Fake Credit Cards
Sand Springs Police and agents with the U.S. Secret Service arrested Christopher Cooley earlier this week.
2 sentenced for multi-million dollar tax fraud operation
Two men will spend at least 2 years in prison for their roles in a tax fraud scheme that netted millions of dollars.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
The Weekly Standard
The Motorcades of D.C.
It's not often that The Scrapbook finds common cause with Vincent Gray, the mayor of Washington, D.C. But occasionally, worlds do collide.
Uncle Giuseppe's L.I. Grocery Stores Warn Of Data Breach
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 Daily News Journal
U.S. Attorney indicts Nashville man for stealing from Murfreesboro churches
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.
$7 Million Shoplifting Spree: The Family Responsible Is Arrested
An Illinois family living in one of the nicest areas of Chicago just got arrested after a suspected 10-year shoplifting spree , according to a federal complaint released Wednesday.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
Lawmakers press national data standards
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.
Photo Flash: First Look at The Den Theatre's World Premiere of the Roper
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.
Feds seek to detain family accused of running shoplifting ring
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.
Black Voice News
Sweeping Arrests, Seizures Mark Feds Crack Down on Medicare Fraud in D.C.
More than 200 local law enforcement agents made arrests, executed warrants and seized dozens of bank accounts and property on Feb. 20 in the largest health care anti-fraud operation in the history of Washington, D.C. The crackdown came after a multi-year, multi-agency investigation into tens of millions of dollars in fraudulent Medicaid billing ... (more)
Tue Mar 04, 2014
Google Maps threatens national security, network engineer says
Internet security isn't very secure, says a computer network engineer from Edmonds, Wash.
A New Low For Conservatives?
Obama is a guest of the Pakistani military but sadly a military dog savages Sasha to death before the US Secret Service can shoot the dog dead.
The Washington Post
D.C. mayor says Secret Service closures paralyzing traffic
D.C. Mayor Vincent C. Gray is demanding the U.S. Secret Service change protocols for visiting dignitaries to alleviate what he says prompted road closures over the past five days that led to "significant portions of downtown Washington being paralyzed by traffic."