The Baltimore Ransomware Attack Is Every City’s Nightmare

The Baltimore Ransomware Attack Is Every City’s Nightmare

The city of Baltimore has now been without access to many essential government systems for more than two weeks, thanks to a recent ransomware attack. Any city could be the next target.

WhatsApp Security Breach: Here’s How to Protect Yourself

WhatsApp Security Breach: Here’s How to Protect Yourself

If you’re among the many people who delay updating the apps on your smartphone, ignoring the latest one from the free messaging service app WhatsApp may expose your phone and your personal information to hackers.

Were You Impacted By the Collection #1 Data Breach?

Were You Impacted By the Collection #1 Data Breach?

Were your email addresses and passwords exposed in the massive Collection #1 data aggregation? Here's how you can find out.

How Might Jeff Bezos' Divorce Impact His Wealth?

How Might Jeff Bezos' Divorce Impact His Wealth?

When a couple files for divorce, one of the first and foremost issues they’ll need to address is how to split up their assets. This question becomes a lot more complicated when you and your spouse are the richest couple in the world.

R. Kelly Sex Cult: Fact or Fiction?

R. Kelly Sex Cult: Fact or Fiction?

We already know that Robert “R.” Kelly has a long, dark list of sexual allegations and crimes in his past. On Jan. 3, Lifetime premiered a documentary series called “Surviving R.

Which U.S. Counties Have the Most Millionaires?

Which U.S. Counties Have the Most Millionaires?

The top 1 percent of the United States’ wealth might be right around your corner, but you might not know how or where to find them.

Should Lottery Winner Information Be Public?

Should Lottery Winner Information Be Public?

If you won the lottery, would you want everyone to know who you were? As of this morning, one lucky South Carolina resident just became the sole winner of the $1.

A Reporter's Two-Year Legal Battle Over Public Record Request Ends In Victory

A Reporter's Two-Year Legal Battle Over Public Record Request Ends In Victory

Portland, Oregon-based reporter Beth Slovic never imagined that a simple request for public records would lead to a lengthy legal battle. In November 2016, Slovic, who was working as a freelance journalist, asked Portland Public Schools to provide a list of employees who were currently on paid administrative leave.