Being smarter in 2020: Why it's a bad idea to click links in unsolicited emails
Some spam emails are simply trying to sell you something. Others are trying to steal your information.
How popular booking sites such as Expedia handle controversial resort fees
If you go through a third-party booking site to make hotel reservations, you'll see certain hotels pop up first over others.
Vital link between two Muni train cars ‘failed’ while carrying passengers
A Muni train carrying passengers suffered a mechanical failure causing two rail cars to reportedly loosen and bump into each other
WikiLeaks email shows how hackers targeted John Podesta
Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign knew within hours that something suspicious had happened to the email account of its chairman, John Podesta, according to a recent exchange published Friday by WikiLeaks.
Judge explains why porn emails barred from ex-AG Kane trial
HARRISBURG — The conviction of former Attorney General Kathleen Kane in a perjury case should stand, a
New Mexico AG: Email scammers use name of New Mexico's top judge
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. -- If you get an email asking for money from the chief justice of the New Mexico Supreme Court, it's a scam. The New Mexico Attorney General's Office warned Friday about a new…
AG’s office ask for texts, emails, other records from top MSU officials
Bill Schuette's office's first request for documents from Michigan State University includes email and text messages from high ranking officials.
Amid racially-fueled dispute, Delaware judge rules Papa John's must hand over emails
The dispute, featuring allegations of racism, sexual harassment, and self-dealing, is the latest Delaware case to pit a company against a founder.
'Jeopardy!' producers say controversial question was mistake
NEW YORK (AP) — Producers of the game show "Jeopardy!" have apologized for a clue that waded into political hot water involving Israeli control of the West Bank, saying an
These Defunded Programs Highlight What Education Lobbyists Fear the Most
It's appropriations season on Capitol Hill, and House Democrats want to spend billions more on schools. But that doesn't mean all the golden oldies are on the way back into spending bills.
Why Are Loans With Little Down Controversial?
BLOG VIEW: The nothing-down mortgage is back – the logical next step in a lending environment that has been substantially easing for the past several months. But, are loans with little down a good idea? Weren't they at the heart of the mortgage meltdown? The race to the bottom began in October when Mel Watt, …
WATCH: Top Episcopal Bishop Addresses Controversial Issues
NEW YORK -- The movement toward legalizing same-sex marriage and the acceptance of gay people as clergy and lay members of religious groups is "a done de...
From lotion to lobbyists, some top allegations for Pruitt
WASHINGTON — Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt was the target of numerous federal ethics investigations. Allegations included the eyebrow-raising — looking to obtain a used mattress from the Trump
Sullivan City mulls new rules for political campaigns
EDITOR'S NOTE: The ordinance that approved these regulations was passed Thursday, Dec. 27, 2018. Sullivan City may crack down on the carnival atmosphere that pervades local elections. The Sullivan City Commission held a workshop Dec. 6 to discus...
Sullivan County mugshots, 10/30
Mugshots for individuals recently booked into the Sullivan County jail. All suspects are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.
Politicians for Sale: How Lobbyists Influence State Policy
A freshman legislator who won his seat with the help of the banking and real-estate industries, as well as Koch Industries and Empower Mississippi, this week told a concerned citizen that he "could care less" about her concerns about budget cuts and suggested that she should leave Mississippi.
VIDEO: Liberty wins top Sullivan Renaissance award
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Soybean secrets coming to Ag Outlook
Even in 2018, soybeans are widely undermanaged according to University of Illinois crop physiology professor Fred Below.
Sullivan BOE member questions new textbook's treatment of Islam, Christianity
The Sullivan County Board of Education Tuesday is to vote on social studies textbook adoption, normally a housekeeping matter, but it is to be opposed by board member Jane Thomas because of how the recommended seventh-grade textbook handles religions, specifically Islam and Christianity.
Sullivan BOE hears concerns about Islamic indoctrination, adopts textbooks
Board of Education member Jane Thomas and four commenters, cheered on by audience members, opposed the McGraw-Hill “World” seventh grade history text because of its treatment of Islam and Christianity.