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Most Chipotle restaurants hacked with credit card stealing malware

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Most Chipotle restaurants hacked with credit card stealing malware

- NEW YORK — A cybersecurity attack that hit most Chipotle restaurants allowed hackers to steal credit card information from customers, the burrito chain confirmed. The company first acknowledged the breach on April 25. But a blog post on Friday revealed the kind of malware used in the attack and the restaurants that were affected. The list of attacked locations is extensive and includes many major U

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White House in talks to name Reince Priebus as the ambassador to Greece: report

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White House in talks to name Reince Priebus as the ambassador to Greece: report

- President Donald Trump is reportedly considering naming current Chief of Staff Reince Priebus as the next ambassador to Greece. As the White House struggles to find its footing in the face of a mounting Russia probe, The Washington Post reported over the weekend that the president was considering a staff shake up. Underscoring the uncertainty of what lies ahead, some Trump associates said there have been conversations about dispatching Priebus to serve as ambassador to Greece — his mother is of Greek descent — as a face-saving way to remove him from the White House

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1 dead, 5 wounded in shooting at Paterson nightclub

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1 dead, 5 wounded in shooting at Paterson nightclub

- One person was killed and five others were wounded in a shooting at an after-hours nightclub on lower Main Street early Sunday morning, according to police. Police said the shooting occurred at 86 Main Street at about 5:30 a.m. Police found multiple people in the parking lot and inside the club that were shot, said police. Four people were taken to St

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Paterson man killed in 16th Avenue shooting

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Paterson man killed in 16th Avenue shooting

- Police responded to report of a shooting outside of 225 16th Avenue at about 11:45 p.m. and found the victim — Edward Andeliz — lying on the ground. He was provided medical aid and taken to St. Joseph’s Regional Medical Center where he was pronounced dead, said police. Authorities continue to investigate the shooting. Andeliz is the 15th killing in Paterson in 2017

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34 retailers likely to close or go broke before the end of 2017

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34 retailers likely to close or go broke before the end of 2017

- F&D’s research has identified 34 retailers suffering from poor sales and too much overhead that it says will likely announces more store closures en masse or bankruptcy filings before the year is out. Shopko National Stores Charming Charlie Fresh Market Bloomin’ Brands Ascena Tailored Brands Rent-A-Center Bravo Brio Trans World Fred’s Rite-Aid Conn’s Tuesday Morning Guitar Center GNC Neiman Marcus Toys R Us Sears Hometown J

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With bears on the rise, states hope to limit human conflicts

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With bears on the rise, states hope to limit human conflicts

- BANGOR, Maine — A year after a spring and summer marked by a high number of nuisance bear complaints, wildlife officials are encouraging people and bears to keep their distance from each other. Conflicts between bears and humans are common in Maine, New Hampshire and Vermont in summer months. Last year's total of 719 complaints of nuisance bears in Maine was the second highest number since 2007

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Lunch shaming, guns in school parking lots bill heads to Gov. Abbott

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Lunch shaming, guns in school parking lots bill heads to Gov. Abbott

- A bill that has helped to keep alive many education measures, including one to address so-called school lunch shaming and another to allow guns in school parking lots, this legislative session is headed for Gov. Greg Abbott’s desk. The Texas Senate on Saturday approved the education measures that the House had tacked onto Senate Bill 1566, which addresses school board operations

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Bill to crack down on cyberbullying in schools advances to Gov. Abbott

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Bill to crack down on cyberbullying in schools advances to Gov. Abbott

- , filed by Sen. José Menéndez, D-San Antonio, would require public schools to create cyberbullying policies and establish methods for students to anonymously report cyberbullying. School administrators would have up to three business days to tell an alleged victim’s parents about reports of bullying, and they also would be required to inform a bully’s parents if an investigation confirms a violation

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Barbers LTD. adds two to staff

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Barbers LTD. adds two to staff

- SIOUX CITY -- Barbers LTD. announced that Joe Peters and Jean McCormick-Went recently joined its staff. Peters owned and operated Crown Barbers, 1627 Pierce St., for many years. McCormick-Went is from Wisner, Nebraska, and previously worked with Peters at Crown Barbers. Barbers LTD. is a full-service family hair styling salon at 1401 Center St. in Sioux City.

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Modern-day revolution celebrated in Philadelphia street art

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Modern-day revolution celebrated in Philadelphia street art

- PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Seeking to appeal to visitors more familiar with the words of "Game of Thrones" heroine Daenarys Targaryen than the writings of James Wilson, Philadelphia museums and historic sites are thinking differently, using creative art exhibitions and adding online components to their offerings. "Revolutionary: A Pop-Up Street Art Exhibition," on display until July 4, features 13 artists who created 13 works that challenge the status quo

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Police officers injured, woman missing in incident on Saco river

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Police officers injured, woman missing in incident on Saco river

- Somersworth man found safe. FRYEBURG, M.E. — Central Maine Medical Center has updated the condition of two Fryeburg police officers injured Saturday while searching for a missing woman. The Maine Warden Service has also identified the woman, who went missing while canoeing with two men on the Saco River. Officer Nathan Desjardins is in critical condition while Officer Dale Stout is in stable condition

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Europa deve viver 'por conta própria', diz Merkel após tensão com Trump

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Europa deve viver 'por conta própria', diz Merkel após tensão com Trump

- A chanceler da Alemanha, Angela Merkel, disse neste domingo (28) que os países da União Europeia devem se unir e "tomar as rédeas" de seu futuro diante de novos desafios, como a decisão do Reino Unido de abandonar o bloco regional e o crescente isolacionismo dos Estados Unidos sob a presidência de Donald Trump. A declaração foi feita em um evento de cerveja em Munique, um dia depois do término da , grupo que reúne as sete principais economias desenvolvidas

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New arrest in Manchester attack investigation, bringing total in custody to 12

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New arrest in Manchester attack investigation, bringing total in custody to 12

- British police made another arrest and stormed another house Sunday as they hunted for suspects in the Manchester bombing, while a government minister said members of attacker Salman Abedi's network may still be at large. Greater Manchester Police said a 25-year-old man was arrested in the city on suspicion of terrorist offenses. Eleven other men between the ages of 18 and 44 also are in custody

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New Canton school helping kids with autism

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New Canton school helping kids with autism

- CANTON, Conn. (WTNH) — Many teens suffer from anxiety and it can be worse if they have autism. The Executive Director and Co-Founder of Focus Center for Autism Donna Swanson came by Good Morning Connecticut. She explained how difficult anxiety can be to cope with when someone has autism and started a new non-profit in Canton to help teenagers called the Fresh Start School

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Alien Life In The Outer Solar System May Be Prevalent On Icy Moons, Dwarf Planets

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Alien Life In The Outer Solar System May Be Prevalent On Icy Moons, Dwarf Planets

- A new study has determined that, despite the coldness of the outer reaches of the Solar System, conditions exist that could be quite receptive to the emergence of alien life. The research, which involves the radioactive breakdown into its constituent elements, is important in that it identifies new parameters for the possible existence of life, in particular the frozen moons and dwarf planets, and it helps scientists establish probable locations to look for extraterrestrials

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8 dead in shooting spree in rural Mississippi, suspect arrested after manhunt

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8 dead in shooting spree in rural Mississippi, suspect arrested after manhunt

- Mississippi authorities have a suspect in custody in the overnight shooting deaths of eight people, including a Lincoln County sheriff’s deputy. Alleged shooter Willie Cory Godbolt, of Bogue Chitto, Mississippi, about 70 miles outside Jackson, has been arrested and charged in the killing spree, investigators said. The Clarion-Ledger reported that Godbolt’s murder spree started late Saturday night when a sheriff’s deputy responded to a homeowner who wanted Godbolt removed from their property

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  • Summer farmers market returns with new location and time
    Summer farmers market returns with new location and time

    , trib.com

    The local outdoor market’s home this summer is a party with dancing and rock music. The Food for Thought Summer Market is combining with the Yellowstone Garage’s Rock the Block on Thursday nights this summer. Both start their 2017 season Thursday, June 1. The market also coincides with the Casper Art Walk on first Thursdays. “With all of those collective things in one location, we’re really excited to be a part of that,” Wyoming Food for Thought associate director Cassandra Bush said

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  • Firms reject Einhorn call for dual share stock at GM
    Firms reject Einhorn call for dual share stock at GM

    , detroitnews.com

    Two shareholder advisory firms have recommended support for current General Motors Co.board members and against creating a dual share class, proposals advanced by activist investor David Einhorn to boost the automaker’s stock. “The dissident has not made a compelling case that change at the board level focusing on the implementation of its proposal is warranted,” Institutional Shareholder Services wrote in a report released Friday

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  • An assault won't silence journalists
    An assault won't silence journalists

    , siouxcityjournal.com

    It was another rough week for political reporters. Well, one in particular. I know Ben Jacobs. Some of you may as well. He was here in Iowa a lot during the 2016 caucuses. For those who may not know, Jacobs is a reporter who covers U.S. politics for the U.K. newspaper The Guardian. On Wednesday night, on the eve of a special Congressional election in Montana, Jacobs was body-slammed, he said, by Republican candidate Greg Gianforte after Jacobs tried to ask Gianforte about the estimated impact of U

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