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DEATH VALLEY, Calif. -- It is the least of his problems, but his Skittles are melting. Zach Gingerich has been running 45 miles in the 120-degree heat, and the bag of Skittles, one of his few joys during the brutal 135-mile Death Valley race, is...
Tags: Rivers, Eyes and Vision, Track and Field, Mountains, Health
The Hartford CourantThe parent company of T.J. Maxx, Marshalls and A.J. Wright stores has agreed to pay Connecticut $391,023 as part of a settlement regarding a security breach in which hackers stole the credit and debit card account numbers of at least 19,000 state...
Associated PressWASHINGTON -- Federal prosecutors on Monday charged a Miami man with the largest case of credit and debit card data theft ever in the United States, accusing the one-time government informant of swiping 130 million accounts on top of 40 million he stole...
Special to the TribuneNamed the second best place to live in America by Money magazine in 2006 and pulling in the No. 3 spot in 2008, Naperville has grown into one of Illinois' largest cities while retaining much of its small-town charm. The accolades from Money capped...
Tribune staff reporterEven though the show floor for the 2007 Consumer Electronics Show doesn't open officially until Monday, a preview event Saturday night provided a sneak peak at what some of the more talked about tech toys might be this year. Here's a rundown of the stuff...
When the Kentucky-based Yum Corp. was looking for a city in Mexico in which to open a Taco Bell, it must have figured it couldn't go wrong with this ultramodern, hyper-Americanized metropolis 125 miles from the Texas border in the northern Mexican state...
Tags: Kentucky, Diplomacy, Politics, September 11, 2001 Attacks, Texas
Chicago Tribune staff reporterPhotovoltaics on the roof. Geothermal heating under-ground. Spiffy dual-flush toilets all about. This wasn't the nature of our eco-mania. Over the last 12 months, the Home&Garden section embarked on a project we called "Living the Green Life." This...
South Florida Sun-SentinelIdentity thieves continue to break records when it comes to stealing peoples' lives and loot. Last week federal authorities busted what is alleged to be the largest hacking and identity theft case in the United States, involving the theft and sale of...
Zap2It.comThe prank show gets a musical twist on the CW this summer with the help of rock band All-American Rejects. The network's one-hour reality special "Schooled" will air Sunday, Aug. 5 and revolve around fooling New Jersey's New Milford High School band into...
Los Angeles Times Staff WritersFederal authorities said Tuesday that they had cracked the largest case of identity theft in U.S. history, charging 11 people in the theft of more than 40 million credit and debit card account numbers from computer systems at such major retailers as TJ...
The Associated PressFederal authorities are calling it the largest hacking and identity theft case yet. But this week's indictments of 11 people who allegedly plundered millions of payment card numbers might not seriously dent the underworld where such crimes occur....
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