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On June 24, Lindsay Bugbee Crosby of Simsbury, Conn., gave birth to her third child, a healthy baby boy named Nolan. A happy photo shows the smiling mom celebrating in the hospital with husband Evan and daughters Finlay, 5, and Sigrid, 3. Within a week, however, the 32-year-old was back…
Fed officials gave Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley an unprecedented option in stress tests that allowed them to keep shareholder payouts at recent levels without a formal failing grade—despite failing a part of the test. It’s being seen across Wall Street as a sign of changing winds in Washington.
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“It changes your DNA,” Dianne Grossman told reporters Tuesday. The New Jersey mother was speaking on the suicide of her 12-year-old daughter, Mallory, who died last June after what her parents say was a relentless bullying campaign by classmates at Copeland Middle School. Now, per the Star-Ledger , Grossman and her…
Verizon Communications will end a location-sharing program after it found at least one company revealed its subscribers’ whereabouts without their consent.
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DJ Fontana, the drummer who helped launch rock ‘n’ roll as Elvis Presley’s sideman, has died at 87, his wife said Thursday. Karen Fontana told the AP that her husband died in his sleep in Nashville Wednesday night. She said he had been suffering complications from breaking his hip in…
Days after the New York Times came out with a report alleging that Facebook improperly let other companies have access to users’ personal information comes a follow-up from the Times that reports the group included four Chinese companies—one of which US intelligence has identified as a possible national security…
Singer R. Kelly sexually abused a woman, locked her in rooms and vehicles for punishment, and infected her with herpes, the woman said in a lawsuit filed in New York. Faith Rodgers said in the suit filed Monday that she met Kelly about a year ago after a concert in…
A Florida judge delivered what he called a “bombshell” after a jury convicted a man of murder.
The story of Eddie Tipton , the former information-security director for the Multi-State Lottery Association who rigged the system to enable himself to win millions, has been told before—but not like Reid Forgrave tells it for the New York Times Magazine . He starts in Rob Sand’s office in July 2014….