FTC has hackers' victims in crosshairs

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (Fortune) Hackers infiltrate Company X's computers and make off with thousands of customer credit card numbers. After learning of the theft, Company X apologizes and promises to beef more…

Sandusky to keep state pension

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (FOX NEWS) Jerry Sandusky will reportedly still receive a state pension payment of more than $4,900 per month despite being found guilty last week on 45 molestation charges, more…

Obama panic: 'I will be outspent'

by -NO AUTHOR- -- By Jack Minor President Obama's campaign is pleading for funds, marking a sharp contrast to his fundraising during the 2008 election. In an urgent appeal sent out to more…

Now Bush accused in 'green stimulus' madness

by Aaron Klein -- Scores of companies have received federal loans and grants from President Obama’s 2009 “stimulus” to manufacture an experimental fuel called cellulosic ethanol, which has not been successfully produced more…

State Farm seeks 6th rate hike in 2.5 years

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (ORLANDO SENTINEL) — State Farm, Florida's third-largest home insurer, is requesting a 15 percent statewide-average rate hike because of changes it wants to make to its home-insurance discounts more…

Tax cheats got $1.4 billion in stimulus loans

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (WASHINGTON TIMES) Tax cheats were given $1.4 billion in government-backed mortgage loans under President Obama’s economic stimulus, and the government doled out at least an additional $27 million more…

'Audit the Fed' bill advances in House

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (WASHINGTON TIMES) The House oversight committee voted Wednesday to demand a broad audit of the Federal Reserve System by congressional investigators — a major move that lawmakers said more…

'Taxmageddon' will impact every American

by -NO AUTHOR- -- [jwplayer vyC62eVy] Many political battles will play out in the coming months, but few loom larger than the scheduled tax increases set to take effect at the start more…

Man collects soda cans to give cash to police

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (8NEWSNOW) — Another big reason Metro is in this bind is Clark County's declining property taxes, which have seen a 36 percent drop accounting for nearly $61 million more…