The Senator of Massachusetts and her colleague Ron Wyden claimed Amazon knew its servers were "vulnerable" to the attack that affected Capital One earlier this year prior to the hack.
Customer required surgery to her cheekbone and broken nose following the incident in Colerain Township.
Cybercriminals use skimming codes on payment-processing websites to steal credit card and other personal information.
Jamar Davis, 30, is facing child desertion charges after a customer found his son wandering in a Walmart parking lot while Davis worked inside.
Starting Wednesday, the fast-food chain will sell the "Incogmeato" Italian sausage on its Garden Specialty pizza for a limited time at a single store location in Phoenix, Arizona.
Walmart is offering big savings on a string of Apple products including a free one-year subscription to Apple TV+ for selected customers.
Mido Mourad said he called police to the TJ Maxx store in Brooklyn, New York City, after a white woman allegedly harassed his family and assaulted him.
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Audio from the flight deck suggests the spillage occurred when a product was left in the airplane bathrooms after cleaning at London Heathrow airport.
An unlicensed medical practitioner who allegedly offered "butt injections" will serve one year behind bars after entering a guilty plea in relation to the 2015 death of a woman in New York, according to reports.
The Trump administration is waging trade wars against China, the European Union, and others, and the tariffs are costing many American manufacturers money.
Stacy Wagers said she became seriously ill "within seconds" of drinking water with liquid nitrogen in it at a restaurant on the premises of The Don CeSar hotel in St Pete Beach, Florida.
"It's devastating beyond words," California Gov. Gavin Newsom said. "I hope that is investigated and I hope those responsible are held to account."
Better Made, a Detroit-based potato chip company has announced the return of its seasonal chocolate-covered chips
Californians continue to be in the dark as second wave of power shutoffs are institute by Pacific Gas & Electric due to high fire risk conditions.
Described as "disgruntled" and disorderly, an unidentified man drove his pick-up truck through the front door at the Lincoln, Nebraska branch of the chain and was shot dead by police.
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"She came to the drive-thru window and made threats, and then eventually threw a glass bottle at the drive-thru window, causing it to break," Peoria police said.
A Boston area utility worker wearing a Trump 2020 hat was fired after allegedly harassing a woman outside her home, due to bumper stickers on the woman's car.
The man who launched a racist rant at the restaurant worker was told to "get out" by other customers.
The robot can move its eyes, eyebrows, lips and "other muscles," the company said.
After Isabel Albright of San Lorenzo, California, passed away at the age of 102, her family was shocked when DirecTV charged her an "early termination" fee.
Neil Starr, 73, said he was covered in blood after a man attacked him outside the Dollar General store in Buckhorn, California.
Khyler Edman was found dead by Charlotte County Sheriff's Office following "violent encounter" with suspect.
Manager of fast-food restaurant also allegedly found other pictures of cards on the worker's phone in Ohio.
Stephanie Lay of Windham, Maine, is looking for relief after a deluge of letters from United Healthcare filled up her mailbox for nearly a week.