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Senators Call on Justice Department to Investigate Wells Fargo's Top Brass
Fourteen senators have written to Attorney General Loretta Lynch urging her to “thoroughly investigate the culpability of senior executives” at Wells Fargo, as part of the Department of Justice’s investigation into an unauthorized accounts scandal that has engulfed the bank. The letter, which was
Senators Demand Timeline of Yahoo's Handling of Massive Data Breach
In a letter to Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer today, six Democratic senators have asked the tech company to provide further details of a massive data breach the company revealed last week, including when exactly the company became aware of it. Since the hack was publicly revealed on Sept. 22, questions
CIA to Pay Benghazi Contractor Glenn Doherty's Family $400K
The family of Glen Doherty , a CIA contractor killed in the 2012 Benghazi attack, will receive nearly half a million dollars from the spy agency under a newly-revealed program to provide “enhanced death benefits” to those working with the Agency who were killed in the line of duty since the early
GM to Pay $900M to Settle Criminal Probe Over Defective Ignition Switches
General Motors has agreed to a $900 million settlement and agreed to admit to misleading the public about vehicle safety amid defective ignition switches, according to court documents. The criminal charges were wire fraud and scheming to conceal information, according to court documents. The
'Wired' Video Details How Hackers Can Take Control of Your Car
ABC News' Tom Llamas reports on safety concerns involving potential security vulnerabilities.
Why Jessica Alba is So Worried About Toxic Chemicals
Jessica Alba is worried about chemicals. So much so that the actress created her own business, The Honest Company, that provides safe, non-toxic products for children, above and beyond any safety regulations. But her now billion-dollar company can only serve so many customers, so on Thursday, she
Amtrak Crash: Missing Speed Control Tool Could Have Prevented Derailment
The area where the crash occurred did not have a speed control system that is in place throughout most of Amtrak's rails across the Northeast Corridor meant to prevent such deadly accidents, investigators have revealed. National Transportation Safety Board member Robert Sumwalt confirmed that the
Hundreds of New Cars Sold in US With Open Safety Recalls
ABC News investigation found many vehicles from various automakers have been sold with open recalls.
Hundreds of New Cars Across the U.S. Sold With Open Safety Recalls
ABC News found that hundreds of new vehicles have been sold with open safety recalls.