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AP Interview: Iraq 'Sleeper Cells' Fight Islamic State Group

By Sameer N. Yacoub | Jan 28
"Sleeper cells" made up of former Iraqi police officers and soldiers are tipping off authorities to Islamic State group positions in the northern city of Mosul, a prominent lawmaker has told The Associated Press.

Malaysia Air Site Hacked, Customer Data Appears Online

By Kelvin Chan | Jan 27
Hackers defaced the website of Malaysia Airlines on Monday and threatened to dump stolen information online after posting a glimpse of customer data obtained in the attack.

More Privacy Protection Sought for Feds' Health Care Website

By Ricardo Alonso-Zaldivar, Jack Gillum | Jan 27
Privacy advocates say the Obama administration needs to make more changes to protect consumer privacy on the government's health insurance website.

Secret Service Finds Drone on White House Grounds

Jan 27
The Secret Service is investigating how a small drone wound up on the southeast grounds. Officials are stressing that there is no threat to the first family. Bill Plante reports.

Measles Outbreak Could Spread to New States

Jan 27
The number of measles cases from the outbreak that started in Disneyland in December has nearly doubled. At least 85 cases are now confirmed in seven states -- the latest in Nebraska. And as Carter Evans reports, the outbreak could spread even further.

New CDC Campaign Encourages Treatment and Care

By EDGE | Jan 26
'HIV Treatment Works,' a communication campaign focused exclusively on encouraging treatment and care for people living with HIV was launched today by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Paris Mayor May Sue Fox News Over Muslim Reports

Jan 22
Paris Mayor Anne Hidalgo says she intends to sue Fox News over numerous reports of so-called "no-go zones" throughout her city. Police were supposedly afraid to enter these strongholds for Islamic extremists.

Prospect of Chinese Cars in US Still Remain Years Away

By David Runk | Jan 21
Another Chinese automaker is showing vehicles this year at the auto show in Detroit, raising the perennial question about when these companies might sell in the United States.

Gov. Health Care Website Quietly Sharing Personal Data

By Ricardo Alonso-Zaldivar, Jack Gillum | Jan 21
The government's health insurance website is quietly sending consumers' personal data to private companies that specialize in advertising and analyzing Internet data for performance and marketing, The Associated Press has learned.

US Settles Case Over Fake Facebook Page

By Eric Tucker | Jan 21
The Justice Department has reached a $134,000 settlement with a New York woman after federal drug agents used information from her cellphone to set up a fake Facebook page in her name.

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