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80 were charged in the romance scam that targeted women worldwide
The Japanese woman and a man claiming to be a US Army captain stationed in Syria started communicating in March 2016 on an international social network.

Americans lost $143 million in online romance scams last year. That's way more than any other reported fraud
Online romance scammers are busy stealing money and hearts across the United States.

Driven to death by phone scammers
It's a scam you might have heard of if you've gotten a phone call saying you've won a huge amount of money. It's not true of course, but U.S. officials say this has grown into a tidal wave of fraud. How bad is it? CNN's Drew Griffin investigates.

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A scam could hold your computer files ransom. Here's how
If you're an avid Fortnite player, your computer may be in danger.

How to protect yourself from hackers
CNN's Samuel Burke walks you through the steps you can take to protect yourself from being hacked.

Police say couple faked the birth and death of a child
A Pennsylvania couple had a baby shower over the summer in preparation for their baby's birth and then raised more than $500 for their child's funeral.

A seafood company pleaded guilty to passing off 183 tons of foreign crab meat as American blue crab
It's safe to say 183 tons is a lot of crab meat. It's certainly a lot of crabmeat to import from other countries and repackage as U.S.-raised blue crab.

Trump is doing what Obama couldn't
Some Democratic voters are looking for a candidate who can restore the optimism of the Obama era.

Overstock CEO: FBI asked me to pursue a romantic relationship with Maria Butina
Former Overstock CEO Patrick Byrne said Thursday that the FBI directed him in the summer before the 2016 election to pursue a "romantic relationship with Maria Butina," the Russian woman who was accused of seeking to win influence in powerful Republican circles at the behest of her country's government.

Analysis: Trump tax cuts and trade war set the stage for a self-inflicted recession
Cracks are beginning to form in the American economy, threatening to tip the country into recession. And at least some of those cracks are self-inflicted.

 

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