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Cops take down alleged 80-year-old armed bank robber in Arizona
Police in Arizona took down a very wizened bank robber on Sunday. The Tucson Police Department arrested an 80-year-old man for the armed robbery of the Pyramid Credit Union in the city -- which had about half a million fewer residents when the suspect was born -- over the weekend. Robert Francis
Jim Harbaugh fires back at Mark Dantonio's 'beating Michigan' swipe
Jim Harbaugh's Twitter game is in offseason form as the calendar flips to December. The Michigan ?head coach took aim at in-state rival Mark Dantonio with a social media jab Monday afternoon. The response came one day after Mark Dantonio was asked about the bowl destinations for his Spartans and
Sen. Warren says Equifax is making money off data breach
Democratic Sen. Elizabeth Warren grilled CEO Richard Smith today during testimony before the Senate Banking Committee.
ATM fees on the rise: Report
Out-of-network ATM fees are at an all-time high and overdraft fees are also increasing, according to a new report from Bankrate.com.
New survey reveals the credit cards with the most potential fees
A new survey from creditcards.com lists the cards that charge the most potential fees.
LGBTQ students attend alternative prom
ABC News' Michael DelMoro attends a "gay prom" that aims to give LGBTQ attendees a judgment-free prom experience.
How to cook with fresh, healthy, seasonal summer ingredients
ABC News' Olivia Smith and Chef Yasmina Ksikes show how to make dishes featuring the best flavors of summer.
Blimp crashes near US Open in Wisconsin, pilot injured
A blimp crashed this morning in a field about a half mile from the U.S. Open at the Erin Hills golf course in Wisconsin, injuring the pilot, the U.S. Golf Association said, citing local authorities. The Washington County Sheriff’s Office described the pilot's injuries and burns as serious. A
Blimp pilot suffers burns after crash near U.S. Open
ERIN, Wis. -- The pilot of a commercial blimp that plunged out of the sky and crashed and burst into flames late Thursday morning about a mile from the U.S. Open at Erin Hills was "alert and conscious" as he was flown by helicopter to the hospital, according to a law enforcement officer on the
6 summer scams and how to avoid them
As the weather gets warmer, mosquitoes and ticks re-enter our lives, and along with them comes their larger cousin, the scam artist. There are ways to prepare for those seasonal meal stealers. The same goes for scams, as foreknowledge is the best repellent. Ticks and mosquitoes aren’t harmless —