Posts Tagged ‘Records’

RNC sues to gain access to Clinton records amid email scandal

RNC sues to gain access to Clinton records amid email scandal

Andrew V. PestanoWASHINGTON, March 9 (UPI) — The Republican National Committee filed two lawsuits on Wednesday demanding access to Hillary Clinton’s records from when she served as secretary of state. Top News – UPI.com

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Obama must give Fast and Furious records to Congress, says federal judge

Obama must give Fast and Furious records to Congress, says federal judge

Amy R. ConnollyWASHINGTON, Jan. 20 (UPI) — A judge ruled President Barack Obama cannot use executive privilege to deny Congress access to records of the gun-tracking program Operation Fast and Furious. Latest News – UPI.com

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Amazon devices double in sales as Prime members set new holiday records

Amazon devices double in sales as Prime members set new holiday records

More than three million people joined Amazon Prime in the third week of December alone, 200 million items were shipped for free to Prime subscribers, and more than two times as many Amazon devices were sold than last year as part of Amazon’s 2015 holiday season, the online retail giant said today. Continue reading… The...

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Star Wars: The Force Awakens is obliterating all the movie pre-sale records

Star Wars: The Force Awakens is obliterating all the movie pre-sale records

Last night tickets for J.J. Abrams’ Star Wars: The Force Awakens went on sale, and the onslaught of fandom promptly brought down nearly every ticketing website in existence — but that wasn’t enough to stop the movie from breaking some serious sales records. In a statement, Fandango announced that it saw its website traffic...

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Connecticut court bars release of arsenic killer’s records

Connecticut court bars release of arsenic killer’s records

HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) — The Connecticut Supreme Court has ruled that records related to the incarceration in a mental hospital of a serial killer who inspired the 1944 play and movie “Arsenic and Old Lace” do not have to be made public. In a decision released Monday, the justices ruled unanimously that a trial...

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Beach House and Destroyer grapple with the past on two new records

Beach House and Destroyer grapple with the past on two new records

Any band with the skill and fortune to last a decade eventually has to negotiate with their past. Whether that means staring down some perceived creative peak — “They’re fine, but I like their old stuff a lot better” — or grappling with new commercial realities, the same question looms in the background: how...

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Corduroy, a 26-year-old cat, claims Guinness World Records title

Corduroy, a 26-year-old cat, claims Guinness World Records title

SISTERS, Ore. – A 26-year-old cat in Oregon has been named the oldest living cat by Guinness World Records. The cat named Corduroy is owned by a family in the central Oregon city of Sisters. His owner, Ashley Reed Okura, has had him since he was a kitten and she was 7. It’s the...

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Werder Bremen records early own goal of the season candidate

Werder Bremen records early own goal of the season candidate

Watch the flags stop! Gebre Selassie met een perfecte own goal… pic.twitter.com/X7Ruh4rgfK — Play Sports (@playsports) August 15, 2015 Meet Werder Bremen defender Theodor Gebre Selassie. He scored this truly world class own goal to gift Schalke 04 a lead in his team’s Bundesliga opener. We will surely see worse own goals this season,...

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Nintendo records best Q1 sales since 2012 thanks to Amiibo and Splatoon

Nintendo records best Q1 sales since 2012 thanks to Amiibo and Splatoon

Nintendo has published its first quarter earnings for the three months ending June 30th, revealing net sales of ¥90 billion ($ 727 million) and operating profit of ¥1.1 billion ($ 9.3 million). This is good news for the Japanese company on two counts: firstly, this is Nintendo’s best first quarter sales since 2012, and secondly, its operating profit has beaten...

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‘Billions’ of Records at Risk From Mobile App Data Flaw

‘Billions’ of Records at Risk From Mobile App Data Flaw

Filed under: Identity Theft, Security, Consumer Issues, Internet Fraud, Mobile Technology Krisztian Bocsi/Bloomberg via Getty Images By Jeremy Wagstaff SINGAPORE — Security researchers have uncovered a flaw in the way thousands of popular mobile applications store data online, leaving users’ personal information, including passwords, addresses, door codes and location data, vulnerable to hackers. The...

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