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  • AT&T to pay $25 million to settle probe of call center data breaches

    AT&T to pay $25 million to settle probe of call center data breaches
    AT&T Inc. has agreed to pay $25 million to settle an investigation into data breaches at call centers in Mexico, Colombia and the Philippines that led to the disclosure of personal information of about 280,000 U.S. customers, federal regulators said...
  • Digital Savant: 10 ways to be a better (and happier) person online

    Are you a good person? Before you answer, let me add a word to that: Are you a good person online? You may be the exact same person in email correspondence, while sending texts and in posting to social media networks who you are "IRL" (in real life)....
  • Attorneys say girls inspired by 'John Tucker Must Die' framed teen for rape

    Attorneys say girls inspired by 'John Tucker Must Die' framed teen for rape
    PHOENIX (AP) — Attorneys for a 19-year-old accused of sexually assaulting several girls at his former high school say there is a "treasure trove" of evidence proving the girls lied about the abuse, but the lawyers want further access to Facebook...
  • Make time for yourself by using 'fringe hours'

    MILWAUKEE, Wis. Jessica N. Turner's days are full. With three young children, a husband, a full-time job and a successful blog, it's easy to see what keeps her busy. But despite her workload and daily responsibilities, she spends at least two hours a...
  • North Texas students petition for a speaker other than Texas Gov. Abbott

    Texas Gov. Greg Abbott will speak at the University of North Texas graduation next month even though some students promise to boycott their own commencement ceremony if he gives the keynote address. More than 2,000 students have signed an online petition...
  • ABC breaks NBC's winning streak in evening news

    NBC's "Nightly News" lost the weekly ratings competition for the first time since 2009 — and for the first time since anchor Brian Williams was suspended in February for telling a false story about his reporting from the Iraq War. ABC's "World News...
  • America needs the Alabama Facebook mom

    Some people are just naturally lucky. Take Kyesha Smith Wood for instance. By now most of the country is familiar with Wood, the Alabama mom whose unsupervised kids behaved poorly in a movie theater, much to the chagrin of fellow movie patron Rebecca...
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    'Lakeshore Report' wins journalism honors "Lakeshore Report" has won two Best in Indiana Journalism Awards from the Indiana Professional Chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists. Lakeshore Report won for coverage of minority issues for any...
  • Appeals court: Larry Flynt can intervene in lawsuit to unseal Missouri execution records

    ST. LOUIS A three-judge U.S. appeals court panel ruled Tuesday that pornographic magazine publisher Larry Flynt has a right to join death row inmates in lawsuits seeking to reveal the state of Missouri's execution protocols. Several media and consumer...
  • Bloggers become more important to theme parks

    Bloggers become more important to theme parks
    When opponents bash SeaWorld, Eric Davis is there to hit back hard. Davis, of Orlando, started out contributing fun pieces to a theme-park fan site but has morphed into a fierce online critic of the anti-captivity documentary "Blackfish." SeaWorld...
  • Prosecution says Boston Marathon bomber is as guilty as his dead brother

    Prosecution says Boston Marathon bomber is as guilty as his dead brother
    The federal jury in the trial of Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev is set to begin deliberations after prosecutors and defense lawyers on Monday offered rival narratives over who was to blame for the April 2013 terrorist bombings at the annual...