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How to fix identity-theft issues posed by the Equifax hack
The Equifax breach didn't just expose sensitive personal information of 143 million Americans — it underscored the huge vulnerabilities that make widespread identity theft possible. More than 15 million Americans were victims of ID fraud last year, a record high; fraudsters stole about $16 billion,
When the Killer Couple Came to the US
We are also learning much more this evening about that young couple behind a terror attack chilling new details about their secret life. The FBI tonight revealing they were both radicalized for quote quite some time. Overnight the FBI questioning their name for a childhood friend and retain markets
Tea Partiers Stand By Rand Paul Despite Immigration Conversion
Tea Partiers still love Rand Paul. His new immigration proposal-- which includes backing a pathway to citizenship--doesn't seem to have changed their opinion of him. Instead, Tea Party faithful say it is an example of his forthrightness as well as their own openness to reform. Sal Russo, founder of
Rand Paul Pitches Pathway for Undocumented Immigrants
Republican Sen. Rand Paul of Kentucky today endorsed a permanent legal status for undocumented immigrants, adding his voice to the debate as separate groups on Capitol Hill search for a way forward on the thorny political issue and beginning "a dialogue between the GOP and Latinos." In his first
3 Countries Where It's Easier To Vote Than the United States
If you've been following the news for the past decade or so, you've probably heard a lot of complaining about our voting system: hanging chads, voter ID laws, long lines, untrained polling workers, the electoral college, voter fraud and so forth. In the United States, voting laws vary drastically
Foxconn Employees on Factory Work
Given the grim headlines about Foxconn in recent years you might wonder why anyone would ever want to work there but as our exclusive look reveals. China has very different values when it comes to gain full employment. Monday morning at the Foxconn recruiting soon. And over 3000 people have been
A Trip to The iFactory: 'Nightline' Gets an Unprecedented Glimpse Inside Apple's Chinese Core
"Okay." "Okay." "Okay." The voices are robot feminine and they never shut up, each chirp a surreal announcement that another new iPad is about to be born. "Okay." "Okay." "Okay." The factory floor is spotless under the bright fluorescent lights and with hypnotic rhythm, thousands of hands reach
Rick Perry’s Retirement, Mitt Romney’s ‘Hair Force One’ and How Many Congressman It Takes to Save the Light Bulb (The PM Note)
Newt Gingrich, Pacing Himself – The frontrunner is pacing himself and not out in public today or over the weekend. But Mitt Romney bopped from caucus state to primary state on a chartered plane with a traveling press corps on a plane they’re calling “hair...
Romney Immigration Plan: New Rules for Businesses, Wishful Thinking
Mitt Romney revealed Thursday that his plan to address the nation’s population of 11 million illegal immigrants involves new regulation of businesses. During the Fox News debate, the former Massachusetts governor laid out more clearly than he has before details of a proposed national ID...
This Week (05.02.10)
Homeland Security secretary reacts on "This Week" to New York bomb emergency.