Couple offering large reward for missing record-holding cats
A couple is offering a total reward of $100,000 if two Guinness World Record-holding cats and two other felines are found alive after a fire destroyed their suburban Detroit home
Extradition hearing for Russian cybercrime suspect postponed
Greece's Supreme Court has postponed until December an extradition hearing for Russian cybercrime suspect Alexander Vinnik, wanted in the United States on charges of laundering $4 billion worth of bitcoin
Tech company pledges bitcoin donation to build youth home
A tech company in Eugene has pledged to donate $2 million to construct a facility for homeless teenagers in western Oregon, but the gift will be made in bitcoin
Fall personal finance trends
Finance expert Vera Gibbons stops in to share this fall's biggest personal finance trends.
Initial Coin Offerings: A look at the future of the latest investing trend
On Sept. 21 at the Nexus Conference, an intimate gathering in Aspen, Colorado, focused on decentralized and disruptive technologies, millionaire investor Roger Ver made an unexpected announcement: He has helped raise over $100 million to purchase sovereign territory from a to-be-determined
Who's disrupted by the latest global cyberattack
This week’s sophisticated cyberattack has disrupted companies and government agencies in the United States and elsewhere around the world, according to U.S. officials and private cybersecurity analysts. The ransomware attack utilized a global spam campaign to trick computer users into downloading
Fears of hackers targeting hospitals, medical devices
"Nightline" was on-site for the first-ever hospital cyber attack simulation designed to help doctors prepare for what cybersecurity experts say is a very real threat.
What we know about the kill switch in Petya ransomware attack
Cybersecurity researchers have been racing to analyze the new ransomware that struck Tuesday, first hitting Ukraine in an avalanche of attacks before spreading to other countries around the world. The malicious software has been identified as a modified version of a previously known ransomware,
Tens of thousands of computers hit by global cyberattack
Ransomware has spread throughout four continents and affected networks of several major U.S. companies.