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American charged in bank hacking turned down Russian asylum -lawyer

That refers to the breach of 83 million customers at JPMorgan. On Wednesday, he was taken into custody upon arriving from Moscow at New York's John F. election. The prosecutor said Aaron was charged with working to hack into the networks of dozens of American companies. All three face separate civil charges from the SEC.


Town's police force quits due to alleged mistreatment

Town's police force quits due to alleged mistreatment

Thomison said the council claimed the vests were too expensive, so they were passed around to officers on a case-by-case basis. Town Marshal Michael Thomison submitted a resignation letter for himself and his four unpaid deputies, and accused the town board of various acts of corruption and incompetence.


Suspect in officer shooting found dead

Suspect in officer shooting found dead

The SWAT team later entered the room and found Hardesty dead in the bathtub. When they arrived, a woman answered the room's door and told officers no one else was inside. He was clutching a sawed off 12-gauge shotgun (pictured). They immediately saw obvious drug activity inside, made entry and began searching the rest of the room.



Yahoo discloses new data breach affecting 1 billion accounts

In a statement released by the company, a spokesman for Yahoo said they were working with law enforcement officials to track the origin of the hack, but could not determine who was responsible. They're encouraging all users to change their passwords to help secure their accounts. The new hack revelation raises fresh questions about Verizon's $4.8 billion proposed acquisition of Yahoo, and whether the big mobile carrier will seek to modify or abandon its bid.