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  • Fake IRS callers scammed people out of $5 million

    Fake IRS callers scammed people out of $5 million
    A scam that's been plaguing the area since this time last year just won't go away and it's snagging more victims. Con men posing as IRS agents have scared people nationwide out of $5 million under the guise they owe taxes or penalties. I've heard from...
  • New Bethlehem Sands Casino exec plans major expansion

    New Bethlehem Sands Casino exec plans major expansion
    Sands Bethlehem is arguably Pennsylvania's most successful casino, but new President Mark Juliano said the $800 million gambling complex will not be standing pat on its accomplishments. Juliano, an elementary school teacher-turned casino executive who...
  • US has no plans to change visa procedures in wake of Ebola case

    WASHINGTON State Department officials have no plans to change procedures for visas for travelers from West Africa in response to Ebola. Department spokeswoman Jen Psaki said Friday that altering the visa policy would disrupt necessary trips for West...
  • Couple quit Carson's, but credit card issue lingers

    Couple quit Carson's, but credit card issue lingers
    For years, Eleanor Sears used her husband's Carson's credit card when shopping at the department store. Then the Morgan Park neighborhood resident tried to buy some items and was denied. The saleswoman at the Evergreen Park store told her that because...
  • The uninsured in U.S. raise Ebola risk

     The uninsured in U.S. raise Ebola risk
    — Fear of Ebola has been climbing steadily in the United States since Tuesday's announcement that a Liberian traveler in Dallas, Thomas Eric Duncan, was diagnosed with the disease after having been in Texas for eight days. A month ago, a Harvard...
  • JPMorgan: Data breach affects 76 million households, 7 million firms

    JPMorgan: Data breach affects 76 million households, 7 million firms
    A cyberattack that hit JPMorgan Chase this year affects about 76 million households and 7 million small businesses, the banking giant disclosed Thursday. The filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission did not specify when the attack took place,...
  • MasterCard decline has top-performing large-cap fund buying

    NEW YORK (Reuters) - Portfolio manager Bill Nygren, whose $6.2 billion Oakmark Select fund has been among the best performing large cap funds in 2014, has added more than a million shares of MasterCard Inc this year, even as shares of the payments company...
  • JPMorgan hack exposed data of 83 million

    JPMorgan hack exposed data of 83 million
    Names, addresses, phone numbers and email addresses of the holders of some 83 million households and small business accounts were exposed when computer systems at JPMorgan Chase & Co were recently compromised by hackers, making it one of the biggest...
  • Illinois attorney general probing hack at JPMorgan

    Illinois attorney general probing hack at JPMorgan
    Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan is investigating the security breach at JPMorgan Chase & Co., according to a spokeswoman. Connecticut Attorney General George Jepsen also is probing the hacking incident. Other attorneys general offices are "very...
  • City to open Section 8 wait list for first time since 2003

    City to open Section 8 wait list for first time since 2003
    The city expects a flood of applications when it opens the wait list for Section 8 housing vouchers this month for the first time in more than a decade. Housing advocates say 50,000 families or more might sign up for a lottery to fill 25,000 places on...
  • Nobel laureates cancel Cape Town summit after Dalai Lama denied visa

    Nobel Peace Prize laureates who had planned to gather in Cape Town in mid-October to honor the late Nelson Mandela announced Thursday that they were canceling or relocating the summit in protest of the South African government's refusal to issue a visa...