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- 2 kids kidnapped, one's throat cut in south Miss.
- Homeowner’s Association bylaw bans kids from playing
The Homeowner’s Association of a gated neighborhood in Lakewood Ranch, Florida recently passed a bylaw that outlaws children playing on their streets and will fine those found in violation of the regulation.
- Could an Octopus Really Be Terrorizing Oklahoma's Lakes?
- So a cyber Grinch stole your card at Target? Here's what to do
The Target heist is the second largest, after the TJ Maxx cybercrime that exposed at least 100 million cards in 2007, but it is shaping up to be the most audacious in the checkered history of card fraud, taking place during the top shopping weeks of the 2013 Christmas season. The theft ring apparently intercepted credit card information, including card expiration dates and the CVV security numbers on the back. Credit card companies say they are on the case to ensure that customers don’t have their accounts breached. But security experts say consumers themselves need to check, immediately, any credit card accounts they've used at Target stores to see if the cards have been used by the Target fraudsters to make fraudulent purchases.
- Chinese cartoon producer blamed after kids burned
- Guess How Much Money Warren Buffett Made in 2013?
- Gay Athletes Praise Obama's Refusal to Attend Olympics in Russia
For gay athletes in America and around the world, the White House drew a critical line in the sand with its announcement Tuesday night that the president, the vice president, and the First Lady will not attend the Sochi Winter Olympic Games in Russia, a country the administration has sparred with over policy and criticized for human rights issues, including its anti-gay laws. In what is shaping up to become a critical 21st century moment in the fight for civil rights, openly gay athletes—tennis great Billie Jean King and ice hockey Olympic medalist Caitlin Cahow—will be a part of the United States Olympic delegation, as announced by the White House.
- Answers to questions about the Target data breach
NEW YORK (AP) — With less than a week until Christmas, a real-life Grinch has stolen the credit and debit card information of about 40 million Target shoppers.