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    BALTIMORE (AP) — A Maryland man has pleaded guilty to his role in a bid to victimize businesses and cause losses totaling more than $4 million through a stolen check scheme. The U.S. Attorney’s Office for Maryland says in a news release that Oyekanmi Oworu, 35, of Hyattsville pleaded guilty Thursday to conspiracy to commit bank fraud and aggravated identity theft. READ MORE: Reese, Owusu Lead No. 8 Maryland Women Past MiamiAccording to his guilty plea, between February 2017 and July 2020, Oworu conspired with his co-defendant and others to get checks made out to legitimate businesses, then fraudulently register shell companies to obtain state business certificates in the identical or similar name of the legitimate businesses to which the checks were written. In Feb. 2017, Oworu opened an account at a bank in the name of a real individual and deposited a stolen check made payable to a legitimate business for more than $265,000, a news release said. Oworu subsequently withdrew the money. READ MORE: COVID-19 In Maryland: 1,700 New Cases Reported As State Surpasses 11K DeathsA superseding indictment...
    Police have asked the public for information after a man jumped over the counter at a Long Island bank and stole money. The incident happened at the TD Bank, located at 2025 Broadhollow Road in East Farmingdale, at about noon on Thursday, Dec. 2, according to the Suffolk County Police Department. SCPD said the man stole a cash drawer and left the scene.  No one was injured, police said.  "The man, who was described as Black, with a thin build, was wearing dark-colored clothing and had his face covered," police reported. Anyone with information about the incident is asked to call police at 631-852-6553 Crime Stoppers at 1-800-220-TIPS.
    PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – If you’re unhappy with your bank and often it applies fees to your account, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is stepping in to help. The CFPB is cracking down on banks that abuse overdraft fees, with plans to take action and punish banks that rely heavily on overdraft and non-sufficient fund fees. READ MORE: West Virginia Senator Joe Manchin To Support Effort To Overturn Vaccine Requirement For BusinessesThe watchdog agency says U.S. banks collected an estimated $15.5 billion in these kinds of penalties in 2019. JPMorgan Chase, Wells Fargo, and Bank of America accounted for 44 percent of the total. READ MORE: Threats Place All Pittsburgh Public Schools On Modified Lockdown FridayThe average fee for overdrawing an account this past year was around $34. CFPB wants to stop banks from taking advantage of vulnerable customers and anyone who needs help dealing with fees can submit a complaint to the watchdog agency. To submit a complaint, head to the agency’s website at this link. MORE NEWS: Ambridge Couple Spread Christmas Cheer With...
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    MIAMI (CBSMiami) – The FBI released has released pictures of a wanted bank robber who struck a Citi Bank branch in Miami. Authorities say the man entered the bank, located at 2001 Biscayne Boulevard, Thursday morning just after 11 a.m. and demanded money from a bank employee. READ MORE: Arrest Made After Social Media Threat Targets Marjory Stoneman Douglas High (Source: FBI) READ MORE: CBS4 Exclusive: Support Beams At Dadeland Mall Parking Garage Alarms ShoppersThere were customers in the bank at the time, no injuries were reported. The FBI did not provide any other information. MORE NEWS: Florida Farmers Grapple With Transportation ProblemsIf you recognize the suspect or know anything about the robbery, call the FBI at (754)703-2000.
    (CBS DETROIT) – Throughout the community you’ll see yellow and blue ribbons wrapped around light poles, representing Oxford High’s school colors and signs that read, “Oxford strong”. Now over 5,000 people are expected to show that strength at a candlelight vigil to remember the four who lost their lives and the other seven victims on the road to recovery. READ MORE: Striking Kellogg's Workers Receiving 3% Raises In New ContractLocal business leaders are organizing the vigil and creating an Oxford Community Memorial and Victims Fund. “I’m a graduate of oxford high school,” said Kelly Westbrook, the executive director of the Oxford Downtown Development Authority. “I was born and raised in this community. My heart is here, coached for three years at Oxford.” The Oxford Bank and DDA is accepting donations for affected families. Organizers say they want to help the community move forward and bring a sense of healing in the aftermath of this tragedy. READ MORE: 87% Of Michigan's COVID ICU Patients Unvaccinated, Hospital Association Says “Oxford is such a close-knit community that this affected every single person,” Westbrook said. “So,...
    Posted: 03/12/2021 04:47 AM MUMBAI: The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) may announce the digital currency model proposed this month, said Anuj Ranjan, general manager, RBI Fintech division. After that it can be brought under the pilot project .. The legal changes required for the creation of digital currency are already in the early stages, he said. There will be a lot of positive results in this direction in the next 3-6 months. The following are the layout and design options required for the Central Bank Digital Currency (CBDC). The process is already underway, “the official said. Finance Minister Pankaj Chaudhary recently said that the Reserve Bank has asked for changes in the Reserve Bank Act, 1934 to bring it into circulation. The sale of bonds is also available on the Reserve Bank’s Retail Direct Portal The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has said that one can also apply for the purchase of BDC securities through the newly launched RBI Retail Direct Portal. The application process for the eighth installment of PASD securities for this financial year...
    BELLEAIR BEACH, Fla. (AP) — A serial Florida bank robber once dubbed the “I-4 bandit” was arrested Tuesday for a new holdup just months after his release from prison, police said. David Marc Ratcliff, 55, was caught after a brief chase in the Gulf Coast town of Belleair Beach following a robbery at a Wells Fargo branch in nearby Clearwater, authorities said. Ratcliff was released from federal custody in June after serving most of a 25-year prison sentence for committing a string of bank robberies in the late 1990s, according to federal Bureau of Prisons records. Those earlier 19 robberies were linked by Interstate 4, which bisects central Florida, giving him the “bandit” nickname. Ratcliff was convicted in six of those crimes but federal prosecutors say he was responsible for many others. Clearwater police got a call about 10:44 a.m. Tuesday about a robbery at the Wells Fargo branch. A witness saw the suspect get into a red Dodge Magnum and drive away. Moments later, police said, a detective spotted the vehicle getting gas at a station and attempted a...
    UNITED NATIONS (AP) — The U.N. Mideast envoy warned Tuesday that without quick and decisive action to address the key drivers of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict the region risks plunging into “another deadly escalation of violence.” Tor Wennesland told the U.N. Security Council it’s essential that the parties “calm things on the ground,” reduce violence across the Palestinian territories, avoid unilateral steps including new Israeli settlement building, and solidify the May cease-fire that ended an 11-day conflict between Israel and Hamas which controls the Gaza Strip. In addition, he called for urgent action to tackle the severe fiscal and economic crisis threatening the stability of Palestinian institutions in the West Bank. But he warned: “Even a full and immediate financial package may not be sufficient or come quickly enough – if at all – to help buffer the consequences of the current situation.” Wennesland told reporters afterward there is “broad consensus” among the 15 council members that to prevent a possible imminent conflict “there needs to be a pushback on activities in and around Jerusalem and the West Bank,” financial...
    MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — A 43-year-old man was arrested Tuesday after allegedly robbing a bank in the Twin Cities. Officials in Cottage Grove say that city police officers responded shortly after 3 p.m. to a robbery at the Wells Fargo on Douglas Road. Callers told dispatch that the robber implied that he had a gun but did not brandish one. He left the bank in the south metro suburb with an unknown amount cash. No one was hurt. While police were initially told the robber might have left in a car, they determined he fled on foot. Police searched the area and spotted the suspect about 20 minutes later. The man tried to run from officers, but police caught and handcuffed him. He was evaluated by paramedics for minor injuries before being booked into the Washington County Jail, city officials say. The case remains under investigation. WCCO-TV does not usually identify suspects until they’ve been formally charged.   More On WCCO.com: COVID Took His Wife And Left Him Hospitalized, Now He’s Urging Others To...
    By: KDKA-TV News Staff PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — The final tally from this year’s KDKA-TV Turkey Fund campaign is in. READ MORE: Foo Fighters Bringing 2022 Tour To PittsburghWith your help, we raised more than $760,000 for local families in need this Thanksgiving. That number surpasses some of the strongest years we have had to date. It means 38,110 families right here in our neighborhoods were able to have a warm Thanksgiving meal this holiday season. READ MORE: Seven Springs Is Snow-Covered And Ready To Welcome Skiers, SnowboardersThis year, we introduced something new in honor of the 40th year of the Turkey Fund — cookies from Bartram House Bakery. You gobbled up 7,951 of them, helping to add to our total money raised. Our thanks to PNC Bank and the Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank, and you of course. It’s made such a difference. MORE NEWS: Suspect Wanted In Munhall Shooting Surrenders To AuthoritiesYou can keep those numbers going. Donations will be accepted through the end of December. Click here to give!
    Police in Bethlehem are seeking clues while warning locals of a new method used by burglars to target recent banking customers. The Dodge minivan pictured above was parked next to a woman withdrawing cash at Bank of America on Butztown Road in Bethlehem around 11 a.m. on Nov. 18, township police said in a Tuesday release. The driver then followed the woman from the bank to the ShopRite on Freemansburg Avenue in Bethlehem Township, police said. After the woman entered the store, the burglar exited the minivan, smashed the front passenger window of her car, and stole the envelope with cash from her glove box, police said. Anyone with information is asked to contact Inv. Fox at 610-419-9646 or email efox@bethlehemtwp.com. This type of burglary has become known as “bank jugging,” police say. “Bank jugging describes the actions of an actor who watches people entering and leaving banks,” Bethlehem Township police said.  “When the actor suspects that an individual has left the bank with cash on them, they follow them to their next location. The jugger then either takes the...
    Hennepin County JailKimberly A. PotterJury selection was underway in the trial of Kimberly Potter, who shot and killed Daunte Wright during a traffic stop in Brooklyn Center. As of midday Tuesday, three jurors had been chosen. During jury selection, Potter attorney Paul Engh said the former officer would testify during the trial. The New York Times’ Mark Leibovich has a piece on Minnesotan Jake Sullivan’s tenure as National Security Advisor, and the word “schadenfreude” is in the headline. St. Paul Public Schools is starting winter break two days early, on December 20th. After being closed in 2020, the concourses in U.S. Bank Stadium will be open in December and January for inline skaters and runners. The Foo Fighters canceled a 2022 concert at Huntington Bank (née TCF) Stadium “due to Huntington Bank Stadium’s refusal to agree to the band’s COVID policies.” Article continues after advertisement A woman posted a TikTok video claiming a group of people tried to abduct her from the Gay 90’s bar in downtown Minneapolis. The bar disputes the claim. Maple Grove is getting a Shake Shack...
    WHEN it comes to writing and stamping US currency, there is a fine line between what is legal and what is not. You'll want to understand the differences so you do not face any legal issues. 1It is legal to write on the edges or stamp moneyCredit: Getty Is it illegal to write on money? It is not illegal to write on paper currency, however, it is illegal to deface money. There are three things you CANNOT do to money: Change the denomination, for example, add zeros to make the value larger Burn, shred or destroy money Advertise a business on money It is legal to write on the edges or stamp money. What does the law say? In regards to defacement, there is a specific law. It states: "[W]hoever mutilates, cuts, defaces, disfigures, or perforates, or unites or cements together, or does any other thing to any bank bill, draft, note, or other evidence of debt issued by any national banking association, or Federal Reserve bank, or the Federal Reserve System, with intent to render such...
    A woman in Chicago with a concealed carry permit fought back with her gun against two armed would-be carjackers who approached her while she was in her car.  "Thank God I had my gun, or I’d probably be dead right now," the woman told CBS Chicago. Her identity has not been released to the public.  The 42-year-old woman was getting into her car outside a bank in Chicago’s Roseland neighborhood on Monday afternoon when the suspects approached her and pulled out a handgun. She had just gotten cash from the bank, which was still in her hand.  ELDERLY RETIRED FIREFIGHTER WITH CONCEALED CARRY SHOOTS CHICAGO ROBBER DEAD: POLICE A Texas concealed carry permit holder diffused a situation where a man was wielding a machete at the driver who fatally struck his girlfriend Thursday.  (iStock) "I had just come out of the bank and was sitting in my car about to lock my door to pull off in leave, and he opened my door and put a gun in my face," the unidentified woman said of one suspect. She then...
    MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Hours after announcing Huntington Bank Stadium as a stop on their upcoming tour, Foo Fighters say they’re looking for another venue. In a statement posted to Twitter, the band said the stadium refused “to agree to the band’s COVID safety measures.” “We apologize for any inconvenience and are working on finding a suitable replacement — one that will prioritize the health and safety of everyone working and attending the show,” the band said. The tour kicks off in May and was set to hit Minneapolis Aug. 3. Tickets were to be on offer for the general public Dec. 3. Foo Fighters last came to Minnesota in 2018, when they played the Xcel Energy Center on their Concrete and Gold tour.   More On WCCO.com: COVID Took His Wife And Left Him Hospitalized, Now He’s Urging Others To Get Vaccinated Infant Found Dead, Mother Arrested During St. Cloud Welfare Check, Police Say Wisconsin Truck Driver Killed In Carver County Rollover Crash Gay 90’s Disputes Woman’s Claim That She Was Nearly Kidnapped From Minneapolis Bar
    VIDEO0:5200:52Former CFPB Director Richard Cordray a potential candidate for Fed vice chair of supervisionHalftime Report The Democratic chairman of the Senate Banking Committee said Tuesday that he is talking with the White House about nominating Richard Cordray, who was the first director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, to be the Federal Reserve's top banking regulator. Sen. Sherrod Brown, D-Ohio, told CNBC that he's spoken to the Biden administration about Cordray and others who could serve as the Fed's vice chair for supervision and fill other vacancies on the central bank's Board of Governors. "I know Rich Cordray well. I like him," Brown said. "I'm talking to the White House about him and a number of other people." Brown may prove a close ally to fellow Democrat Cordray in the weeks ahead given their shared affinity for tougher bank regulation and Ohio roots. Born in Columbus, Ohio, Cordray served as the state's attorney general from 2009 to 2011 and lost the gubernatorial election race to Republican Mike DeWine in 2018. He's also a likely favorite of progressive Democrat Sen. Elizabeth Warren,...
    President BidenJoe BidenDearborn office of Rep. Debbie Dingell vandalized Pfizer to apply for COVID-19 booster approval for 16- and 17-year-olds: report Coronavirus variant raises fresh concerns for economy MORE is reportedly considering nominating former Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) Director Richard Cordray as the Federal Reserve’s top banking regulator. The Wall Street Journal, citing people familiar with the matter, reported on Tuesday that Biden is mulling tapping Cordray to serve as the vice chairman of banking supervision at the Federal Reserve, which would make him the most powerful person watching over the U.S. banking system. He would succeed Randal Quarles, who served in the post for four years before his term ended last month. Biden appointed Cordray to serve as chief operating officer of the Federal Student Aid in May, giving him oversight over the Education Department’s $1.6 trillion loan portfolio. Cordray, a Democrat, was the first person to serve as the full-time director of the CFPB, the consumer watchdog agency that was established through the 2010 Dodd-Frank Wall Street reform law. He headed the agency from 2012 until 2017,...
    New York (CNN Business)The Federal Reserve might end its pandemic-era stimulus sooner than expected, Chairman Jerome Powell told the Senate Banking Committee on Tuesday.The central bank announced a tapering of its monthly asset purchases at its monetary policy update earlier this month, cutting bond buying by $10 billion for Treasury securities and $5 billion for agency mortgage-backed securities.But this pace might no longer be appropriate, Powell suggested."At this point the economy is very strong and inflationary pressures are high and it is therefore appropriate in my view to consider wrapping up the taper of our asset purchases ... perhaps a few months sooner," Powell said."We're going to a have a discussion about accelerating that taper," at the upcoming December meeting, he added. The central bank will give and update on its policies on December 15.Read MoreUntil then, economists -- at the Fed and elsewhere -- will get another look at the US labor market, with the November jobs report due on Friday. And the public might know more about the new Omicron variant of the coronavirus by then as well.It's...
     A Fairfield County man has been charged in connection with a September bank robbery. Eliezer Negron, of Bridgeport, was arrested on Monday, Nov. 29 for a robbery at the Fairfield County in Norwalk on Tuesday, Sept. 21, Sgt. Sofia Gulino, of the Norwalk Police Department said. According to Gulino, Negron walked into the bank around 1:30 p.m., wearing a hard hat and a mask resembling a tiger's mouth, and demanded money, and intimated he was armed. He then grabbed the cash and fled in a white Hyundai with no license plate, Gulino said. The department's detective bureau was able to identify Negron through an investigation and a warrant was issued for his arrest. On Monday, detectives met with Negron at the State of Connecticut Probation Department in Bridgeport, where he was arrested without incident. He was charged with first-degree robbery and is currently being held on a $750,000 court set bond.
    A WARNING over criminal Google Play apps that can hack your bank account has been issued by cyber-experts. The urgent note warns over dodgy Android apps that have been downloaded over 300,000 times. 3The apps would pose as genuine software – before hijacking your systemCredit: ThreatFabric 3Apps would quietly install small malware updates over time, circumventing Google's checksCredit: ThreatFabric These apps are known as banking trojans – designed to log your keystrokes as you access your accounts. Hackers would create these apps to look like scanners for PDFs or QR codes, fitness guides, or wallets for cryptocurrency. But instead, they would read your bank passwords, login codes and even take silent screenshots. Cyber-experts at ThreatFabric exposed the sinister hack attack, describing it as highly sophisticated. "Policing by Google has forced actors to find ways to significantly reduce the footprint of dropper apps," ThreatFabric explained. "By introducing carefully planned small malicious code updates over a longer period in Google Play." Most read in TechNOT SO TRICKY Your iPhone's best trick is tucked away inside Photos app – do you know it?HACK...
              moreby Harry Wilmerding   JPMorgan Chase chief executive Jamie Dimon apologized Wednesday for saying that the bank will last longer than the Chinese Communist Party, multiple sources reported. Dimon said that he regrets the joke he made Tuesday morning while speaking at an event at Boston College, according to The Wall Street Journal. “I was just in Hong Kong and I made a joke that the Communist Party is celebrating its hundredth year. So is JPMorgan. I’d make you a bet we last longer,” Dimon said Tuesday, according to a video recording obtained by the WSJ. “I can’t say that in China. They probably are listening anyway,” Dimon added. Dimon followed up on his joke Wednesday, saying he regrets the remarks and “was trying to emphasize the strength and longevity of our company,” according to a statement from the bank obtained by the WSJ. Dimon issued an additional statement later Wednesday, reiterating his regret and adding, “it’s never right to joke about or denigrate any group of people, whether it’s a country, its leadership, or any part of a society and culture.” JPMorgan Chase...
    SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — Even before the Coronavirus pandemic hit, hundreds of thousands of Bay Area families were already stretched beyond their financial limits, often forced to choose between buying groceries, paying the rent, or buying medicine. Across the Bay Area, the need for food assistance is unprecedented and growing. Collectively, Bay Area food banks estimate that they are now serving about a million people each month. Throughout the country, food banks are facing an additional challenge on top of increased demand: surging food prices and supply chain issues. Due to inflation, some nutritious staples are now costing shoppers and food banks considerably more than they previously did. “This year, many of us will celebrate the holiday and enjoy a special meal with our families and friends. We must ensure that all our neighbors can do the same,” said Barbara Abbot Vice President of Supply Chain for the San Francisco-Marin Food Bank. “We have worked hard to overcome the barriers caused by the supply chain to meet the increased need for food assistance since the pandemic, but it puts...
    GARDEN GROVE (CBSLA)  — Food banks are looking for more donations to feed families during the holidays this year as the need for food is twice what it was before the pandemic. A freezer at the Orange County Food Bank should be stacked with chicken, lunchmeats and cheese but because of a lack of availability, it was empty Monday afternoon. READ MORE: Officials Announced Fishing May Resume On Orange County Coast After Oil Spill A freezer sits empty at the Orange County Food Bank as the need for donations grows. (credit: CBSLA) Each month, nearly half a million people receive food from the non-profit. like this Stanton woman putting boxes into her car. “I just simply have too many complaints about the food prices lately. It’s just simply too much,” said Stanton resident Sam Khou. With inflation at a 30-year-high on top of the pandemic, the food bank is handing out twice the amount of food it did pre-pandemic and is having to cope with supply chain issues. READ MORE: Man Killed In Firestone Shooting On MondayGregory Scott- President...
    Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell testifies during a Senate Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs Committee hearing on the CARES Act, at the Hart Senate Office Building in Washington, DC, U.S., September 28, 2021.Kevin Dietsch | Reuters Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell believes that the omicron variant of Covid-19 and a recent uptick in coronavirus cases pose a threat to the U.S. economy and muddle an already-uncertain inflation outlook. "The recent rise in COVID-19 cases and the emergence of the Omicron variant pose downside risks to employment and economic activity and increased uncertainty for inflation," Powell said in remarks he plans to deliver to Senate lawmakers on Tuesday. "Greater concerns about the virus could reduce people's willingness to work in person, which would slow progress in the labor market and intensify supply-chain disruptions." Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen will join Powell on Tuesday in testifying before the Senate Banking Committee. The Fed chief and Treasury secretary are required to report to Congress each calendar quarter as part of the March 2020 economic-relief legislation that magnified the central bank's emergency lending programs. Powell's...
    President Joe Biden’s nominee to run the Export-Import Bank is the second official he has picked to help compete with China who also serves as a strategic adviser for a group that advocates for more U.S.-China investment and has repeatedly partnered with organizations linked to the Chinese Communist Party. Reta Jo Lewis, Biden’s pick to run EXIM who is awaiting a full Senate vote, is listed as a “strategic adviser” for the United States Heartland China Association, an organization “committed to building stronger ties" with China that regularly partners with organizations tied to the CCP’s United Front Work Department — China's foreign influence arm, which Xi Jinping described as a “magic weapon.” Lewis's biography on the USHCA website touts her role promoting “subnational” links between the United States and China. Mitch Landrieu, who is also a USHCA adviser, was picked by Biden to be the infrastructure czar, overseeing $1.2 trillion in spending. Former Democratic Gov. Bob Holden is the CEO of USHCA, and his LinkedIn page also says  he “helped bring the first Confucius Institute ” to...
    PHILADELPHIA (CNN) — Cyber Monday is here, and while millions of Americans will be looking for the best deals the internet has to offer, cyber criminals will be hard at work looking to target online shoppers. The holiday shopping season is a prime opportunity for bad actors to take advantage of unsuspecting shoppers through fake websites, malicious links, and even fake charities. Their goal is simple: get a hold of your personal and financial information to compromise your data, insert malicious software, steal your identity and take your money. And if you think you’re not worth being the target of such bad actors, think again. Criminals don’t need to know how much is in your bank account to want to get into it. Your identity, your financial data, what’s in your email — it’s all valuable, and cyber criminals will cast as wide a net as possible to get to anyone they can. In fact, they’re counting on you to think thinking you’re not a target. READ MORE: Temple Fires Rod Carey As Head Football Coach After 3 SeasonsAt the...
    Jim Cramer.Scott Mlyn | CNBC (This article was sent first to members of the CNBC Investing Club with Jim Cramer. To get the real-time updates in your inbox, subscribe here.) What I am looking at, November 29, 2021: Endless panic attacks will ultimately lead to ennui... omicron could give a scare that the vaccines don't work, giving people another reason not to take them without realizing that what they are really good for is cutting hospital time and deaths and with booster just hospital time... the foolishness of our unwillingness to end the tyranny of Covid and the sadness of fighting the same war over again... shutdown worries—which will most likely not to occur... Pfizer (PFE) and Moderna (MRNA) get bought...Pfizer with staying power... Don't be confused and do not panic... Black Friday... good or bad?... depends on the compares... not as good as 2019 when we weren't locked in...better than 2020, when we were... I have Shopify president on Mad Money tonight to talk about Cyber Monday... Interest rates up... that's the market's signal that the variant is not going to...
    CHICAGO (CBS) — A CBS 2 viewer told us his $6,500 savings went poof – gone. As CBS 2’s Audrina Bigos reported Monday, the father of four reached out to us when the bank refused to put the money back. But that all changed after the CBS 2 Morning Insiders got involved. READ MORE: Woman Dead, 3 Injured After House Fire In ClearingJerome Foster is a self-described regular guy – a South Side guy, who loves to travel and photography. England, Italy, and France are just three of his beautiful favorites. But our story is ugly, and likely takes place somewhere dark and scary – cyberspace. Recently, Foster discovered $1,000 missing from his Chase Bank account. He has had an account with Chase for more than 25 years. Chase reimbursed him for that $1,000. But then, there were more oddities. “There were numerous transactions for small amounts less than $1,” Foster said Foster did not worry about the Schwab, Wells Fargo, and Robinhood subtractions, because in each case, the money reappeared. Still, he noted, “I didn’t initiate these transactions.” And...
    (CNN)Cyber Monday is here, and while millions of Americans will be looking for the best deals the internet has to offer, cyber criminals will be hard at work looking to target online shoppers.The holiday shopping season is a prime opportunity for bad actors to take advantage of unsuspecting shoppers through fake websites, malicious links, and even fake charities. Their goal is simple: get a hold of your personal and financial information to compromise your data, insert malicious software, steal your identity and take your money.And if you think you're not worth being the target of such bad actors, think again. Criminals don't need to know how much is in your bank account to want to get into it. Your identity, your financial data, what's in your email -- it's all valuable, and cyber criminals will cast as wide a net as possible to get to anyone they can. In fact, they're counting on you to think thinking you're not a target.At the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) we've put together a few easy steps to help prevent you from...
    WITH temperatures going down and energy prices going up, it can be difficult to keep homes warm on a budget. But there are several ways you can help keep your house warm and cosy without breaking the bank. 5TikTok expert Kyle Mattison has shared his top 10 tips and tricks for keeping houses warmCredit: Tiktok/@ thatpropertyguy Property expert Kyle Mattison, who goes under the name That Property Guy UK on TikTok, has shared a video of 10 tips and tricks to help you do just that beginning with bleeding radiators to make sure they run efficiently. Kyle also suggests using reflector foil behind the radiator to "reflect heat back into the room". Make sure all your thermostatic valves on the radiators are up to the max, and then use an automated thermostat to make sure that "you're not wasting heat throughout the day". He advises keeping blinds and curtains closed to keep the heat in, as well as moving furniture away from radiators to stop sofas and chairs from absorbing heat. For the more...
    TOMMY FURY has revealed he's open to having a rematch with Jake - if the YouTuber doesn't retire from boxing after their grudge match. The Love Islander will throw down with the YouTuber turned boxer in a Florida showdown on December 18. 4Tommy Fury and Jake Paul will collide in a grudge match on December 18Credit: INSTAGRAM@JAKEPAUL 4YouTube sensation Paul has talked plenty of trash ahead of their showdownCredit: INSTAGRAM@JAKEPAUL 4And Fury admits he's already open to a lucrative rematch with The Problem ChildCredit: Getty Fury, 22, will earn the biggest payday of his career for his clash with The Problem Child, who he'll happily face again once he teaches him a boxing lesson. When asked if he thinks this will be Paul's last fight, he told Frank Warren TV: "Yes, one million per cent. "Unless he's completely stupid and he wants a rematch. Let's hope I can rob the bank twice." Fury - the younger brother of WBC heavyweight champ Tyson - recently likened his showdown with Paul to a legalised bank robbery. He told talkSPORT: "It’s an opportunity...
              more   As the U.S. Senate prepares to discuss legislation that would allow bank account tracking by the IRS, U.S. Representative Charlie Crist called on Senate leadership to exclude it from being wrapped into Biden’s Build Back Better plan. Crist sent a letter last week to the Oregon Democrat and Senate Finance Committee Chairman Ron Wyden, as well as Indiana Republican and Ranking Member of the Senate Mike Crapo, encouraging them to “avoid adding divisive IRS account reporting requirements.” In a prepared statement on his website, Crist argued, “As Florida families are feeling the burden of higher prices for gas and other goods, they’re counting on Congress to pass the Build Back Better Act to lower costs and support families. The last thing anyone needs is for the IRS to be keeping an eye on their checking account.” He added, “I’m calling on the Senate to advance Build Back Better without the unpopular IRS provision so families can keep their Child Tax Cut and rooftop solar will be cheaper for the middle class. We need to get the job done...
    The Toronto Blue Jays have gone all-in with a front-line pitcher in free agency, signing Kevin Gausman to a massive deal. The Blue Jays knew they could lose Robbie Ray in free agency this offseason. They’ve just completed the move to make sure his absence won’t hit them too hard. On Sunday night, Toronto completed a deal to bring in Kevin Gausman on a deal worth more than $100 million. Blue Jays have Robbie Ray replacement in Kevin GausmanJeff Passan first reported the news of the five-year, $110 million deal. BREAKING: Right-hander Kevin Gausman and the Toronto Blue Jays are in agreement on a five-year, $110 million contract, sources familiar with the deal tell ESPN. — Jeff Passan (@JeffPassan) November 29, 2021 The Blue Jays were always going to have a bit of a choice between fighting to keep Ray and bringing in someone like Gausman. It’s possible they’ve made their pick there. But Gausman isn’t the only new face they’ve added. They’ve also beefed up their bullpen by adding Yimi Garcia out of Houston. Those moves won’t stop...
    SAN FRANCISCO (KPIX) — Kevin Nishita made a difference in a lot of people’s lives — as a police officer, a security guard, a family man and as a friend. He dedicated his life to the safety and well-being of others, including the news team at KPIX and other Bay Area TV stations. “He was a part of our news family. The loss is just tremendous,” said KPIX reporter Maria Cid Medina on Saturday. Nishita died Saturday morning after he was shot on Wednesday during an attempted armed robbery. He was working as a security guard for a KRON-TV news crew on location in Oakland at the time. A trust fund has been set up to help Kevin’s family. If you want to donate: Kevin Nishita Trust Fund Metropolitan Bank 381 8th Street Oakland, CA 94607 Deposits can be made at any Metropolitan Bank
    HEBRON, West Bank (AP) — Israel’s president on Sunday visited one of the most contentious spots in the occupied West Bank to celebrate the Jewish holiday of Hanukkah, sparking scuffles between Israeli security forces and protesters. President Isaac Herzog said he was visiting the Cave of the Patriarchs in Hebron to celebrate the ancient city’s Jewish past and promote interfaith relations. But his visit to the city, known for its tiny ultranationalist Jewish settler community and difficult living conditions for Palestinians, drew widespread criticism from Palestinians and left-wing Israelis. About 1,000 Jewish settlers live in small enclaves guarded by Israeli soldiers in the city, surrounded by some 200,000 Palestinians who must cross through Israeli checkpoints to move from place to place. There is frequent violence between the sides and the Cave of the Patriarchs, revered by Muslims and Jews, was the site of a massacre by a Jewish settler who killed 29 Muslim worshippers in 1994. Herzog made no mention of the 1994 massacre but paid homage to the more than 60 Jews killed by Palestinians in Hebron during...
    In-person appointments The City of Cupertino is reserving appointments for in-person services for building permits, planning permits, public works permits, business licenses and city clerk’s notary services. In keeping with COVID-19 protocols, anyone entering a city facility—whether vaccinated or unvaccinated—must wear a face covering. For more information about the city’s reopening of in-person services, programs and events, as well as to access the booking calendar and reserve an appointment, visit cupertino.org/reopening. Food bank fundraiser As Second Harvest of Silicon Valley continues to serve record numbers of food-insecure residents, the food bank is asking for donations of money instead of food this holiday season. Second Harvest is continuing to serve an average of 450,000 people every month, an 80% increase over pre-pandemic levels. At the same time, the nonprofit says, donations have softened in recent months, leaving the food bank with a funding deficit heading into the holiday giving season. The nonprofit’s fundraising goal for the entire year has been set at an unprecedented $81 million to help meet the increased need. “We generally raise about half our revenue during the...
    Food bank fundraiser As Second Harvest of Silicon Valley continues to serve record numbers of food-insecure residents, the food bank is asking for donations of money instead of food this holiday season. Second Harvest is continuing to serve an average of 450,000 people every month, an 80% increase over pre-pandemic levels. At the same time, the nonprofit says, donations have softened in recent months, leaving the food bank with a funding deficit heading into the holiday giving season. The nonprofit’s fundraising goal for the entire year has been set at an unprecedented $81 million to help meet the increased need. Second Harvest also has a critical need for volunteers ages 14 and older to help sort, package and deliver food. Volunteer opportunities can be found at https://www.shfb.org/give-help/volunteer. To support the fundraising campaign, visit shfb.org/donate or call 1-866-234-3663. Transferring opportunity San Jose City College was recently honored as a statewide leader in supporting the transfer goals of students. Along with Evergreen Valley College, its sister campus in the San Jose-Evergreen Community College District, San Jose City College was recognized by the Campaign for College...
    Prince Andrew worked secretly behind the scenes to help a controversial multi-millionaire open a bank for the super-rich in Monaco, The Mail on Sunday can reveal. Bombshell emails leaked to this newspaper reveal how the Duke of York contacted the office of Albert II, the sovereign Prince of Monaco, on behalf of his financier friend David Rowland and asked for information about how to open a new bank in the principality. The Duke, who was the UK's taxpayer-funded trade envoy at the time, then offered to provide further help to the Rowland family ahead of a planned meeting with Prince Albert. The revelation comes after reports that Mr Rowland, one of the Tory Party's top donors, paid off a £1.5 million loan in December 2017 given to Andrew by Banque Havilland, a Luxembourg-based bank controlled by the Rowland family. Prince Andrew worked secretly behind the scenes to help controversial multi-millionaire David Rowland open a bank for the super-rich in Monaco. Pictured: The Duke of York and Mr Rowland at Royal Ascot in 2006  The MoS revealed two years ago how Prince...
    PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — The F.B.I. and the Philadelphia Police Department are looking for a suspect after they say she robbed the Wells Fargo Bank in Logan Square. The incident happened around 11:18 a.m. Friday at the Market Street bank. Authorities said the woman, who is believed to be around 40-to-50-years-old, walked into the bank and demanded money via a note. She ran westbound on Market Street after taking around $4,000. READ MORE: Man Dead, Another Injured In Shooting At Coatesville Moose Lodge, Police SayPolice said she is 5’6″ and 170 pounds. She has bumps on her right eye and was wearing all black at the time of the robbery. She also carried a light-colored bag over her shoulder. READ MORE: Man Found Dead Inside Vehicle After It Crashed, Caught On Fire In Northeast Philadelphia, Police SayThe suspect is considered armed and dangerous, police say. Anyone with information about this robbery or this subject is urged to call the FBI/PPD Violent Crimes Task Force at 215-418-4000. MORE NEWS: Philadelphia Area Shops Grateful For Their Regulars On Small Business Saturday:...
    TOMMY FURY reckons his showdown with Jake Paul is the closest thing to a legalised bank robbery. The Love Islander will look to settle the score with the YouTuber turned boxer in a December grudge match in Florida. 3Tommy Fury will throw down with Jake Paul in a grudge match next monthCredit: INSTAGRAM@JAKEPAUL 3And former Love Island star Fury has likened the grudge match to a bank robberyCredit: Getty Social media star Paul enters the Tampa tussle with no experience against professional boxers to his name, although his victories over Ben Askren and Tyron Woodley were pro-sanctioned bouts. And Fury, who has been immersed in the sweet science from a young age, can't help but feel like he's taking candy from a baby. The 22-year-old light-heavyweight told talkSPORT: “It’s an opportunity you can’t refuse. “I’m getting a chance to rob a bank and not go to jail for it, on a massive worldwide stage. “It doesn’t get any bigger than this for me, it’s come early – seven fights, 22 years old – I’m living the dream! “You can’t say...
    On Friday’s broadcast of the Fox News Channel’s “Your World,” Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta President Raphael Bostic stated that business leaders he talks to think the supply chain issues will be resolved in “the middle of 2022, maybe into the third or the fourth quarter.” Bostic said, [relevant remarks begin around 5:15] “I talk to business leaders all the time, and I ask them exactly this question, when do you expect supply chain issues to be resolved? When I asked them in the summertime, they said, we should be done by the end of the year. Today, when I ask them, they say, well, it looks like more the middle of 2022, maybe into the third or the fourth quarter. They’re just not sure.” He added that inflation remaining until the third quarter of 2022 is possible, but isn’t what he thinks will happen. Bostic continued, “Right now, my expectation is that we’ll be past a lot of this, the episode of COVID should be starting to enter its final chapters toward the middle of next year. But there’s...
    Couples who have joint bank accounts are more likely to stay together because they don’t fall out about money as much, a study claims. Researchers found that those who did not pool their earnings and kept their finances separate were at far greater risk of ruining their relationship in money rows – especially when times are hard. Joint accounts have fallen out of favour in recent years. In the 1970s, roughly half of all married couples in the UK combined their incomes. Couples who have joint bank accounts are more likely to stay together because they don’t fall out about money as much, a study claims But this has dropped to one in eight couples today, with levels lowest among those in their twenties or thirties.  The decline of traditional marriage and the rise in the number of working mothers is thought to be behind the trend. Researchers from Sweden wanted to see how relationships were affected by joint or separate accounts.  RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Joe Biden could become embroiled in the FBI's...
    Washington state police are asking for the public's help in identifying two serial bank robbers who have become increasingly violent and are believed to be behind more than half a dozen heists, authorities said. One of the suspects struck the Sound Credit Union Nov. 9 in Bellevue, Washington – an upscale city that is part of the Seattle metropolitan area. One of the suspects wanted for more than half a dozen Seattle area bank heists. (Seattle Police Department) He allegedly asked the teller to help him cash a check, then handed over a demand note, pulled out a red-and-black pistol and shoved it in the teller's back, police said. He ordered the staffer to fill up his gray-and-blue backpack with cash then fled on foot. WISCONSIN BANK ROBBERY MANHUNT, MASSIVE POLICE RESPONSE Police said the man, in his 20s, was wearing a camo balaclava, a black Nike jacket with a hood, black pants and black shoes.  One of the suspects wanted for more than half a dozen Seattle area bank heists. Police believe the same suspect and...
    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Light Rail passengers who want to leave Sunday night’s game against the Cleveland Browns early will have to take a shuttle bus, the team said Friday. Light Rail service outside M&T Bank Stadium will stop about 9:30 p.m., a little more than an hour after kickoff. Anyone who leaves the stadium early–hopefully this is due to the Ravens winning in convincing fashion–will be directed to Lot C to take shuttle buses traveling to northbound and southbound Light Rail stops, the team said. There will be adjusted MTA Light RailLink Service at M&T Bank Stadium for Sunday's game. https://t.co/8DhIbr31ET pic.twitter.com/qrJCvi7ujp — Baltimore Ravens (@Ravens) November 26, 2021 READ MORE: Maryland Weather: Wind Advisory In Place, Gusts Reaching Up To 50 MPHLight Rail service will resume once the game has concluded and remain open for an additional hour. READ MORE: Ravens LB Malik Harrison Back On The Practice Field After Injury In Cleveland ShootingOn Sundays, the Light Rail typically runs from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m., according to the Maryland Transit Administration. MORE NEWS: High Winds Cause Delays...
    PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Philadelphia police are looking for a suspect after they say she robbed the Wells Fargo Bank in Logan Square. The incident happened around 11:18 a.m. Friday at the Market Street bank. Authorities said the woman, who is believed to be around 40- to 50-years-old, walked into the bank and demanded money via a note. She ran westbound on Market Street after taking around $4,000. Police said she is 5’6″ and 170 pounds. She has bumps on her right eye and was wearing all black at the time of the robbery. There are no reported injuries at this time.
    WONDERING how many bank accounts you'll need in 2022? One money expert has revealed how you can start 2022 off on the right financial footing. 2Organize your finances to start 2022 off right 2The most important account you'll need is a checking account Known as @Breakyourbudget on TikTok, Michaela recommends having three different accounts to better manage finances. A checking account, savings account, and a retirement fund are the three necessities, she revealed in a recent TikTok. Each account serves a different purpose and can help you get and stay organized when it comes to handling your money. Michaela is a self-proclaimed personal finance junkie with 638,000 followers on TikTok. She also has a blog to help young women navigate their finances. What is a checking account? A checking account allows for deposits and withdrawals on a daily basis. Most read in MoneyCASHING IN Demand for December stimulus payment after families sent 'surprise' $8,000 cashCASHING IN States issue 'surprise holiday cash' up to $1.1k with parents in line for $1.8kHELPING HAND 10 states and cities giving out payments before ChristmasFESTIVE...
    A MOURNING mum has been left in shock after it was revealed her daughter's boyfriend spent three weeks living with her dead body. The 46-year-old man also spent £6,000 on her bank cards, the Brisbane District Court heard. 3The body of Shae Francis has never been found 3Jason Cooper pleaded guilty to interfering with a corpse and fraudCredit: PA The bizarre incident happened in Hervey Bay, Australia, where Shae Francis died in October 2018- her body was never found. The woman, who was 35 years old at the time was living with her boyfriend Jason Cooper who denied having anything to do with her death. He told cops he dumped the woman's body in a bin "about three weeks" after he found her dead at their home. Cooper pleaded guilty to interfering with a corpse and fraud, the Mail Online reported. As he was taken into custody in June 2019, he will serve no further time in prison as 896 days were declared as time served. The 35-year-old's mum devastated mum Cheryl-Lee Francis told reporters outside court: "I am just in shock. I...
    Chinese state media has declared victory in a war of words with JP Morgan's CEO after he issued two grovelling apologies for joking that his bank would outlast the Communist Party.  The Global Times, a mouthpiece for the state, gloated over the apologies - chastising CEO Jamie Dimon for forgetting not to bite the hand that feeds. The paper also warned US companies to 'educate' themselves and avoid making 'ignorant' remarks as they become reliant on Chinese markets for their success. 'The Chinese market is closely related to the success of US companies, and the CPC is the backbone of China's success. Don't they see the link between the two?,' the column said. Jamie Dimon, the CEO of JPMorgan, made two grovelling apologies after a joke he made about his bank outlasting China's Communist Party made the news   It later added: 'A Chinese saying goes, after one finishes eating meat in the bowl, they start cursing people who give them the food.  'We believe a CEO and billionaire businessman should have understood this. He might have forgotten it for a...
    STUDIO CITY (CBSLA) – In California, one in five families deals with food insecurity and those numbers are even higher in Los Angeles where food banks and the volunteers that staff them are struggling to keep up with demand. On Thursday, many families were making a mad dash to pick up the last minute touches for Thanksgiving meals. READ MORE: Tens Of Thousands Of Residents Still Without PowerFor other families, though, Thanksgiving shopping looked a little different this year, as they lined up for free food all over the southland area. “Times are really hard and this is a blessing and a help,” one woman, who was waiting in line at a food bank, told CBSLA. The extra need means that everyone at the LA Regional Food Bank is working over time. “LA depends on us right now, because we feed LA,” said Fernando Romo, who drives the forklift at the Vernon warehouse, a job he’s loved for 18 years. Romo said he, and everyone he works with, have been working an extra eight to 10 hours a week for...