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Feds: 'Second Snowden' Hoarded Secrets for Years

Feds: 'Second Snowden' Hoarded Secrets for Years

Authorities are still trying to figure out how much harm the NSA contractor dubbed the "second Snowden" may have done—but they know he had plenty of time to do it. Investigators believe Harold... Keep reading » 
  


 
With Florida in the Crosshairs, Hurricane Matthew Intensifies

With Florida in the Crosshairs, Hurricane Matthew Intensifies

Hurricane Matthew gained new fury as it hammered the central Bahamas early Thursday, and forecasters say the life-threatening storm is expected to strengthen as it approaches Florida's Atlantic coast. The US National Hurricane Center... Keep reading » 
  


 
Trump's Slide in Polls Worries Down-Ballot GOPers

Trump's Slide in Polls Worries Down-Ballot GOPers

With not much more than a month to go until Election Day, Donald Trump is sliding in the polls, causing some down-ballot GOP candidates to wonder whether it is too late to back away from... Keep reading » 
  


 


Fugitive Mob Boss Found Hiding at Home

Fugitive Mob Boss Found Hiding at Home

One of Italy's most-wanted fugitive mob bosses was arrested after five years on the lam Wednesday when police found him hiding in a home bunker built between the bathroom and his son's bedroom.... Keep reading » 
  


 
Theranos to Shut Labs, Lay Off 340 Workers

Theranos to Shut Labs, Lay Off 340 Workers

After scandal and sanctions, Theranos says it is shutting down all of its blood-testing labs and laying off hundreds of workers. "We have moved to structure our company around the model best aligned with... Keep reading » 
  


 
Rosie O'Donnell Bumps Into Ivanka Trump

Rosie O'Donnell Bumps Into Ivanka Trump

Could peace be at hand between the Trump and O'Donnell clans? Rosie O'Donnell, who called Donald Trump an "orange anus" after he targeted her during last week's presidential debate , bumped into... Keep reading » 
  


 
Something New for Users of Prepaid Cards: Basic Protection

Something New for Users of Prepaid Cards: Basic Protection

Federal regulators announced new rules Wednesday governing the quickly growing prepaid debit card industry, an effort more than two years in the making that should bring basic account protections to its customers, who are often... Keep reading » 
  


 
Hurricane Matthew Could Hit Florida Twice

Hurricane Matthew Could Hit Florida Twice

Hurricane Matthew is an unusual storm and authorities in Florida fear it could take a very unusual path: Skimming the state's east coast before veering east, doing a U-turn, and swinging back to hit... Keep reading »