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Real Housewives of Atlanta star Phaedra Parks' husband Apollo Nida was handed an 8-year prison sentence by a federal judge for defrauding over 50 people of roughly $2 million over a 4-year period.
A 37-year-old Jacksonville woman was recently sentenced to 12 years in prison for her involvement in an identity theft scheme known as Operation Zig Zag.
Nearly 3,500 Cherokee citizens living in Colorado will have a chance to obtain tribal citizenship photo IDs, according to tribal officials, who will give information at community meeting in Denver on July 19. "Producing a government-issued, photo ID helps to instill a greater sense of pride in our people, and we're happy to bring this service to ... (more)
Russia is accusing the United States of kidnapping the son of a lawmaker who was arrested in the Maldives for allegedly hacking U.S. stores to steal 200,000 credit and debit card numbers Russia says U.S. 'kidnapped' cyber-hacking suspect Russia is accusing the United States of kidnapping the son of a lawmaker who was arrested in the Maldives for ... (more)
"Today's sentencing exemplifies impartial justice regardless of economic class or perceived celebrity status," said Reginald G. Moore, Special Agent in Charge of the United States Secret Service, Atlanta Field Office.
TAHLEQUAH, Okla. - Cherokee Nation Principal Chief Bill John Baker and tribal officials travel to the Albuquerque, New Mexico, and Denver areas this month to host community meetings and offer tribal citizenship photo IDs to Cherokee citizens living there.
A Russian hacker wanted for stealing thousands of credit card numbers from restaurants around the Puget Sound was arrested July 5 and transported to Guam to stand trial, according to the U.S. Attorney's Office.
A Russian national described by authorities as a "prolific" hacker of U.S. retailers' computer networks has been arrested by the Secret Service.
Most recently it was restaurant chain PF Chang's and it's customers who fell victim to online hackers targeting debit and credit card numbers.
Restaurant chain P.F. Chang's China Bistro says the theft of credit and debit card information from some of its restaurants earlier this year was "part of a highly sophisticated criminal operation."
The vice president of the union representing Border Patrol personnel showed up last week on the radio show of an extremist who had talked about killing former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, the Southern Poverty Law Center reported on Tuesday.
All money is not created equal. Turns out, the Phoenix metro area has lots of counterfeit money floating around, specifically fake $100 bills.
Updated: Thu Jul 10, 2014 03:32 am
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