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  • When supermodels attack: Chrissy Teigen takes on Katie Cassidy of 'Arrow'

    Sure, Chrissy Teigen and Katie Cassidy were the ones tangling on Twitter over the weekend, but it looks as if the whole girl fight over Erin Andrews was Stephen Amell's fault.  ".@ErinAndrews should ask Richard Sherman why he stayed on the field while...
  • In an emerging downtown, 'DTLA' makes strong initial impression

    In an emerging downtown, 'DTLA' makes strong initial impression
    Alan Valentin slips off his bulky headphones. He's checking out a new art gallery/fashion boutique/event venue — a cavernous space where bass-heavy music reverberates off pristine white walls — that recently opened on Broadway in downtown L.A....
  • How terrorist hackers are ruffling the U.S. military

    Pentagon officials have started calling retired generals to let them know that their home addresses, private emails and other personal information appeared in a document that was publicized globally by a group claiming to support the Islamic State....
  • Marylanders' data exposed in scores of hacks

    Marylanders' data exposed in scores of hacks
    It was a typical winter morning on the Twitter feed of Eastern Shore television station WBOC: a stream of messages about snowfall and a reminder to download the station's weather app for the latest updates. Then the Cyber Caliphate arrived. Just after...
  • Islamic State fan claims Salisbury TV station Twitter account hack

    Islamic State fan claims Salisbury TV station Twitter account hack
    A Salisbury television station appeared to be the latest victim of the online skirmishing in the Syrian conflict Tuesday after a hacker sympathetic to the terror group the Islamic State hijacked its Twitter feed and website. "INFIDELS, NEW YEAR WILL...
  • Instagram evidence helps Miami police make criminal cases

    MIAMI A Miami felon nicknamed "Crazy Goat" got cuffed on a weapons rap after posting photos of himself loading guns. Months later, online snapshots helped police pin charges against three teenagers on allegations of drug-fueled group sex with underage...
  • Instagram Photo Exhibit In West Hartford

    Instagram Photo Exhibit In West Hartford
    WEST HARTFORD — Instagram, the wildly popular social media photosharing app, isn't just for selfies and pictures of decadent restaurant dishes. The West Hartford Art League is celebrating the medium, known for its simplicity and stylish...
  • Protesters take to streets, spread message 'Je Suis Charlie' online after Paris attack

    Messages of condolence, outrage and defiance over the Paris terrorist attack on a newspaper office spread quickly around the world Wednesday with thousands of people taking to the streets to protest the killings and using the slogan "Je Suis Charlie" on...
  • Regions Bank offers free Financial Fitness 'workouts'

    Regions Bank offers free Financial Fitness 'workouts'
    Regions Bank this month will begin a program called Financial Fitness Fridays, iincluding "workouts of the week" videos about financial planning, savings, tax preparation and retirement. The free videos are on RegionsBankNews.com website and on the...
  • Signs of aging may soon affect financial advisers — and brokerages

     Signs of aging may soon affect financial advisers — and brokerages
    Like the rest of the population, financial advisers are showing signs of aging. As an adviser ages, he or she is more likely to have senior moments, including forgetting to put in a sell order, misunderstanding the number of shares asked to be bought...
  • Poll: Women who use social media heavily report lower stress levels

    The fear of missing out has been greatly exaggerated. In general, people who frequently used the Internet, cellphones and social media are no more stressed than adults who used those digital technologies less or not at all, according to a poll from...