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  • Dairy Queen hacked; 19 Illinois stores affected

    Dairy Queen hacked; 19 Illinois stores affected
    Software systems were compromised at about 400 U.S. Dairy Queen shops, including 19 in Illinois and 30 in Indiana, the restaurant chain said, making it the latest retailer to confirm a data breach. International Dairy Queen said its investigation...
  • Connecticut Dairy Queen Locations Affected By Data Breach

    Connecticut Dairy Queen Locations Affected By Data Breach
    Dairy Queen, Inc. has announced a data breach that could expose the credit and bank card data of customers at numerous Dairy Queen locations around the country, including three in Connecticut. "International Dairy Queen, Inc. recently learned of a...
  • Dairy Queen says customer data hacked in 46 states

    Dairy Queen says customer data hacked in 46 states
    Ice cream and fast-food restaurant chain Dairy Queen has confirmed a security breach that may have compromised the payment card information of customers at several hundred locations across 46 states. Computers at Dairy Queen locations, and one Orange...
  • Patrick Henry Mall Dairy Queen hit by data security breach

    Patrick Henry Mall Dairy Queen hit by data security breach
    The Dairy Queen at the Patrick Henry Mall in Newport News is one of nearly 400 locations affected by a recent data security incident, according to a company news release. International Dairy Queen, Inc. announced Thursday that some of its stores had...
  • GOP-backed limits on voting lead to spirited backlash from Democrats

    When the Supreme Court threw out part of the Voting Rights Act last year, many predicted it would bolster Republican efforts to tighten voting procedures in advance of this fall's election, particularly in the South. Already, more Americans than ever...
  • Wisconsin and Texas voter ID laws blocked by courts

    The U.S. Supreme Court late Thursday blocked Wisconsin from enforcing its strict voter identification law in November’s election. By a 6-3 vote, the justices granted an emergency appeal from civil rights lawyers, who argued it was too late to...
  • Wisconsin, Texas voter ID laws blocked by courts

    Wisconsin, Texas voter ID laws blocked by courts
    The U.S. Supreme Court on Thursday blocked a new voter identification law inWisconsin from going into effect. The nine-justice court, with three conservative members dissenting, granted a last-minute request by civil rights groups seeking to block an...
  • High Concentration of Hartford's H1-B Workers Are Employed By Outsourcing Firms

    In metro Hartford, nearly a third of temporary visas for skilled workers, known as H1-B visas, are requested by businesses that provide outsourcing and consulting services to other companies, according to a new study from the Federal Reserve Bank of...
  • Supreme Court upholds North Carolina's new limits on voting

    North Carolina can enforce new voting restrictions adopted by the state's Republican leaders and opposed by civil rights advocates, the U.S. Supreme Court said Wednesday. The justices lifted a lower court order by a 7-2 vote. The state can end same-...
  • Marathon officials say they're prepared to handle Ebola threat

    Marathon officials say they're prepared to handle Ebola threat
    As they count down to this weekend’s 37th annual Chicago Marathon, race officials say medical preparations include how to handle suspected cases of Ebola.  Dr. George Champas, head marathon physician, said a staff of 1,500 volunteer medical...
  • Nelson joins growing call to close US to Ebola countries

    Nelson joins growing call to close US to Ebola countries
    U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson, D-Florida, announced Tuesday he now believes the United States should consider closing its borders to visitors from African countries with Ebola virus crises. His call joins that of a few congressmen in recent days, including U.S....