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Albertson's stores hacked for credit card data

Hackers have broken into the credit and debit card payment networks at two of the nation's most popular supermarket store chains: Albertson's and SuperValu.

Americans charged in death of woman found in suitcase in Indonesia

Two Americans have been charged with murder in the death of a Chicago woman whose bloody body was found this week in a suitcase outside an Indonesian hotel, police in the Indonesian province of Bali said Friday.

BBB warning: 'Click bait' scams exploit Robin Williams’ death

Whenever a major story dominates the news, scammers take advantage of the public’s interest with online photos, stories and social media links that claim to offer sensational details.

Michael Brown suspect in robbery before he was shot to death, police say

Investigators named Michael Brown, the teen shot and killed by police in a St. Louis suburb, as a suspect in a convenience store robbery that occurred moments before the shooting, according to Ferguson police documents released Friday.

Burger King is scrapping its "satisfries"

Burger King is scrapping its "satisfries." Those are the lower-calorie fries that have been on the menu for about a year at most restaurants, but they weren't popular enough to keep around.

Coca-Cola taking gulp of popular energy drink

Coca-Cola is taking a big gulp of a popular energy drink. The company announced it is buying a 17-percent stake in Monster, and that the two will swap ownership of some brands.

McCormick recalls Ground Oregano

McCormick has issued a voluntary recall for one of their products.

"IfTheyGunnedMeDown" hashtag creator speaks out

The hashtag #iftheygunnedmedown is trending on social media following the shooting death of an unarmed teenager in Missouri.

Google snoops on Gmail to catch pedophiles

Police in Texas arrested 41-year-old John Henry Skillern last month after he allegedly sent an email to a friend containing child pornography. The tipster that blew Skillern's cover? Google.

Starbucks baristas to get schedule improvements

The story of one employee's daily struggle to plan her life around an unpredictable work schedule prompted a swift response from Starbucks.

Thousands of people may be dropped from Obamacare

More than 3-hundred-thousand people who signed up for Obamacare could lose coverage unless they can prove they are U.S. citizens or legal residents.

Avoid the 'back-to-school' plague

It's referred to informally among teachers and parents as the "back-to-school" plague -- when the classroom at the start of a new school year is a hot zone for germs.

Fake IRS callers take $5 million from victims

Just because the filing season is over doesn't mean scammers have stopped preying on taxpayers.

Maj. Gen. Harold Greene remembered as leader, hero during ceremony

He was brilliant, "always two steps ahead of the rest of us." He was tenacious, "a warrior poet who never, ever gave up."

Pope Francis to arrive in South Korea for his first Asia visit

Pope Francis arrives in Seoul Thursday, marking the first papal visit to the country in 25 years.