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  • FTC member says lawsuits focus on cyber failures

    NORTHFIELD, Vt. (AP) — The Federal Trade Commission has investigated hundreds of cyber security breaches at companies across the country, but it has only sued 53 times, one of the organization's five commissioners said Monday during a cyber security conference at Norwich University in...

  • A Closer Look: Ways to hide, secure data on phones

    NEW YORK (AP) — Apple got a lot of attention last week when it released a new privacy policy along with a declaration that police can't get to your password-protected data. Essentially, your photos, messages and other documents are automatically encrypted when you set up a passcode, with or...

  • Suburban NY man gets prison for deaths of dogs

    MINEOLA, N.Y. (AP) — A suburban New York man has been sentenced to up to three years in prison following the deaths of 13 pit bulls that prosecutors say were bred and trained for fighting. Anthony Reddick was sentenced up to three years Monday after pleading guilty in August to charges...

  • Suspect in Joliet double murder waives jury trial

    JOLIET, Ill. (AP) — One of four people accused of strangling two men for money to buy cigarettes and alcohol in Joliet last year waived his right to a jury trial Monday. His fate now will be decided by the same judge who found a co-defendant guilty of murder last month. Jury selection was to...

  • OC assessor pleads not guilty to election charges

    SANTA ANA, Calif. (AP) — The Orange County assessor has pleaded not guilty to filing false nomination papers for a primary re-election bid earlier this year. District attorney's office spokeswoman Farrah Emami says 70-year-old Webster Guillory pleaded not guilty Monday to three counts of filing...

  • LA County man charged in son's fatal stabbing

    LOS ANGELES (AP) — Los Angeles County prosecutors have charged a 38-year-old man in the fatal stabbing of his young son. The district attorney's office says Alejandro Santoyo Sanchez faces one count each of murder and assault on a child causing death. Sanchez is scheduled for arraignment...

  • Issa: Lerner should talk to Congress, not just the media

    House Oversight and Government Reform Committee Chairman Darrell Issa said it is "telling" that ex-IRS administrator Lois Lerner gave a media interview defending herself, even though she has refused to testify before Congress about her involvement in the agency's alleged scheme to target...

  • White House intruder: Security changes weighed

    WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama is "obviously concerned" about a weekend White House breach by an ex-soldier with a small knife who scaled a fence, sprinted across the lawn and entered the mansion before being arrested, a spokesman says. The Secret Service increased its security on...

  • House to investigate White House breach

    The top Democrat on the House's oversight panel has vowed to investigate how an intruder was able to get into White House last week, a scenario he called a "major, major" security failure.

  • Milan perfects the wearable lightness of fashion

    MILAN (AP) — Reflecting on a Milan Fashion Week that marked the re-emergence of denim and the pre-eminence of the flat Birkenstock-inspired sandal, the question was bound to surface: Wherein lies luxury? Milan designers, who crammed the usual six days of womenswear previews for next summer into...

  • SPIN METER: Those changing health law numbers

    WASHINGTON (AP) — Call it health care law numerology. The Obama administration has had to revise and refine some initial enrollment numbers for health insurance sign-ups after they turned out to be too optimistic. At other times, metrics less favorable to the president's overhaul leaked out...

  • The death of the republic part II: Knowledge of Congress edition

    A disturbingly large number of Americans are unable to state which political party controls the U.S. House of Representatives and which party controls the U.S. Senate, according to a new Gallup report.

  • Islamic State militants kill 40 Iraqi troops

    BAGHDAD (AP) — A wave of suicide bombings by Islamic State militants in western Iraq has killed 40 soldiers amid waning efforts by security forces to retake territory from the Sunni extremist group, a senior Iraqi commander said Monday. The attacks, which occurred on Sunday in the town of...

  • Kerry: Climate change on par with terrorism, poverty, WMD

    Secretary of State John Kerry's comments come on the eve of the United Nations climate summit, where 120-plus heads of state including President Obama, will meet to discuss global warming.

  • Iraq officials: Car bomb in busy Baghdad commercial district kills 10 people, wounds 25.

    BAGHDAD (AP) — Iraq officials: Car bomb in busy Baghdad commercial district kills 10 people, wounds 25.



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