On a brisk day in March 2016, Stephen Allwine walked into a Wendy's in Minneapolis. The smell of old fryer grease hung in the air as he searched for a man wearing dark jeans and a blue jacket. Allwine, who worked as an IT support technician, was lean and nerdy, with wire-rim glasses. He was carrying $6,000 in cash, money he'd collected by pawning silver bars and coins to avoid … [Read more...] about ‘If You Want to Kill Someone, We Are the Right Guys’
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This is a story about a horrific massacre and a death row inmate's claims of innocence. Kevin Cooper's case has drawn worldwide attention, including from Pope Francis and Kim Kardashian West. The heartbreaking story about the brutal assault that left four dead and one young survivor in Chino Hills, Calif., also raises questions about the initial police investigation, the loss … [Read more...] about Kevin Cooper case: Was the wrong man convicted in the 1983 Chino Hills massacre?
Why you should trust usAs Wirecutter's accessory writer, Nick tested hundreds of accessories across a wide swath of categories over the past two years. Before that, he was the accessories editor at iLounge for a little more than three years, where he reviewed more than 1,000 products, including dozens of adapters.We also consulted with Nathan K., a volunteer with the Top … [Read more...] about The best USB-C adapters, cables and hubs
Kara Chin, provided by Published 10:20 am PDT, Monday, October 15, 2018 Dr. Gary Shilling says there is nothing on the immediate horizon that would trigger a correction but he warns that Fed tightening has caused a recession 11 out of 12 times in the post World War period. The Fed doesn't understand why low unemployment hasn't pushed up inflation, says Shilling. … [Read more...] about The economist that predicted the housing crisis warns the Fed is engaging in behavior that’s almost always caused a recession
WASHINGTON - North Korea's nuclear and missile tests have stopped, but its hacking operations to gather intelligence and raise funds for the sanction-strapped government in Pyongyang may be gathering steam. U.S. security firm FireEye raised the alarm Wednesday over a North Korean group that the company says has stolen hundreds of millions of dollars by infiltrating the computer … [Read more...] about How North Korea’s ever-bolder cyberattacks target banks