If you had a Yahoo account at any point from 2012 through the end of 2016, you can now apply for credit monitoring services or cash as part of a proposed $117.5 million data breach settlement.
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Actress Felicity Huffman reported to prison in California on Tuesday to serve her 14-day sentence for her part in the nationwide college admissions cheating scheme, according to a representative for the "Desperate Housewives" star.
Huffman was sentenced last month to 14 days in prison, a $30,000 fine, 250 hours of community service and a supervised year of release. The 56-year-old Oscar nominee had pleaded guilty in May to conspiracy and fraud for paying $15,000 to boost her older daughter's SAT test scores.
Rumors started circulating around the fire station in Byron, Georgia, within a year after the medical treatments began. The fire chief's once-crewcut hair was growing longer, and other physical changes were becoming noticeable. Keeping quiet was no longer an option.
The chief said that once members of the tiny Fire Department were told, word spread "faster than a nuclear explosion" through Byron — a city of about 4,500 in a farming region outside Macon known for growing Georgia's famous peaches. The fire chief was undergoing a gender transition and would continue to run the department as Rachel Mosby. A City Hall staffer told Mosby many were stunned because "I was the manliest man anyone had met in their lives."
Fiona Hill, President Trump's former top adviser on Russia and Europe, and European Ambassador Gordon Sondland will appear before Congress this week to testify on efforts to pressure Ukraine to investigate...
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The suspected gunman in a dramatic church shooting in New Hampshire that left three people injured has a criminal history in Massachusetts, court documents revealed Tuesday.
Dale Holloway, 37, was convicted in 2003 of assault and battery with a dangerous weapon and assault to kill in Massachusetts, according to a complaint filed with the Hillsborough County Superior Court.
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A $20,000 piece of Salvador Dali art was stolen from a gallery in San Francisco, and gallery officials are hoping security video will help lead police to the thief.
The piece called "The Burning Giraffe" was supposed to be locked to an easel at the Dennis Rae Fine Arts Gallery. The gallery's director said a man walked away with the large framed piece Sunday, carrying it right down the street.
Security video shows a man walking down Geary Boulevard toward Union Square Sunday afternoon, carrying a large frame.
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NASA is moving up the first all-female spacewalk to this week because of a power system failure at the International Space Station.
Astronauts Christina Koch and Jessica Meir will now venture out Thursday or Friday, instead of next Monday, to deal with the problem. It will be the first spacewalk by only women in more than a half-century of spacewalking.
A critical battery power controller failed over the weekend, prompting the change, NASA officials said Monday. The women will replace the broken component, rather than install new batteries, which was their original job.
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Dutch authorities were Tuesday trying to piece together the story of a family found living isolated from the outside world in the rural east of the Netherlands.
Mayor Roger de Groot said that the six-member family is believed to have lived for nine years on a farm in Ruinerwold, 130 kilometers (80 miles) northeast of Amsterdam.
Drone images of the farm showed a cluster of buildings with a large vegetable garden on one side. The small property appeared to be ringed by a fence and largely obscured by trees.
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A Native American group is calling on officials to slow down the renovation of the Alamo church in San Antonio, after archaeological reports showed human remains were found at the property.
The Tap Pilam Coahuiltecan Nation filed a federal lawsuit last month seeking to halt the $450 million makeover of the sacred shrine that's on track to be completed by 2024. The San Antonio Express-News reports the group wants a say in what happens to unearthed human remains because many group members are descendants of people who lived near the site.
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The founder of #MeToo is using the second anniversary of the movement to launch a new effort intended to mobilize voters heading into the 2020 election.
The new hashtag #MeTooVoter was unveiled Tuesday, on the same day as the fourth Democratic presidential debate and reflects a frustration among activists that issues of sexual violence and harassment have largely been absent from the debate stage and campaign trail.
"You can't have 12 million people respond to a hashtag in this country and they not be constituents, taxpayers, and voters," #MeToo founder Tarana Burke said in an interview with The Associated Press. "We need these candidates to see us as a power base. So many people engage with survivors from a place of pity."
The Supreme Court seems likely to leave in place the oversight board established by Congress in response to Puerto Rico's financial crisis.
The justices voiced skepticism Tuesday of a constitutional challenge to the oversight board's composition. Hedge funds that invested in Puerto Rican bonds are leading the case against the board.
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George Kent, the deputy assistant secretary of state in the European and Eurasian Bureau, is testifying to Congress behind closed doors as part of the Democrats' impeachment probe into President Donald Trump's dealings with Ukraine. Kent arrived on Capitol Hill under a congressional subpoena after the State Department ordered several former and current administration officials not to appear for scheduled depositions, a committee official working on the impeachment investigation told NBC News. Kent was among those who expressed concern about the campaign against former U.S. ambassador to Ukraine, Marie Yovanovitch, and thought she was the victim of a disinformation operation, according to a current State Department official unauthorized to discuss the situation and granted anonymity.
Connecticut U.S. Sen. Richard Blumenthal says he and fellow lawmakers want to impose criminal penalties against those who threaten or attack journalists doing their jobs.
The Democrat said the proposed Journalist Protection Act would make such threats and physical attacks a federal crime, punishable by three to six years in prison.
Blumenthal proposed similar legislation last year. He says it's now needed in light of a graphic and violent parody video that depicts the likeness of President Donald Trump shooting and stabbing opponents and members of the news media.
Joe Biden's son Hunter is rejecting assertions by President Donald Trump and his Republican allies that he did anything wrong in engaging in foreign work in Ukraine and China. In an ABC News interview that aired Tuesday, Hunter Biden also says he failed to take into account potential implications for his father's political career. The former vice president is a front-runner in the 2020 Democratic presidential contest. Hunter Biden, who recently said he would step down from the board of directors of a Chinese-backed private equity firm, blamed his father's political opponents for creating a firestorm over his work.
If you asked the IRS for six more months to work on your 2018 tax return, you’re about to run out of time.
This spring, about 15 million taxpayers asked the IRS for an extension on their 2018 tax return.
While those filers had to pay their projected taxes by April 15, they had to until Oct. 15 to complete and submit their returns.