A Pennsylvania mom has been charged with six counts of felony for allegedly hacking into her children’s school computers and altering their grades, ABC News is reporting.
Catherine Venusto, 45, of New Tripoli, is being accused of changing her daughter’s failing grade from an “F” to an “M” for “medical” in June 2010, and then changing her son’s 98 to a 99 in February 2012.
Venusto previously worked as the administrative office secretary for the Northwestern [...]
ZAWIYAH, Libya — Rebel soldiers fought running street battles on Friday with troops loyal to Col. Muammar el-Qaddafi in the heart of this strategically important city, just a half-hour’s drive from the Libyan capital of Tripoli, and there were new signs that worried foreigners in Tripoli were urgently trying to leave.
The fighting centered on the city’s central Martyrs Square, where snipers and other Qaddafi loyalists have taken [...]
WICHITA, Kan. (AP) — In a courtroom in Wichita, the day begins much as it has for the past 49 years: Court is in session, U.S. District Judge Wesley Brown presiding. But what happens next is no longer routine; it’s a testament to one man’s sheer determination.
As lawyers and litigants wait in respectful silence, Brown, who is 103, carefully [...]
Consumer bankruptcies jumped 12% Y/Y in the first nine months of 2010 and are expected to hit 1.6M this year, American Bankruptcy Institute reports. Doug McIntyre says it underscores the interconnection between the financial health of consumers, their profligate borrowing, the drop in home prices, and their inability to pay debts – and says “bankruptcy numbers are not done marching higher.”
TheÂ Administrative Office of [...]