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Yahoo Triples Estimate of Breached Accounts to 3 Billion A1

A massive data breach at Yahoo in 2013 was far more extensive than previously disclosed, affecting all of its 3 billion user accounts, new parent company Verizon Communications Inc. said on Tuesday.

U.S.

Payday Lending Goes on Trial A2

A federal racketeering case against a Kansas City businessman and race-car driver who ran a $2 billion enterprise is intensifying focus on a sector that some describe as predatory and others defend as a vital service.

World

Spanish King Says Catalan Leaders Have ‘Undermined Harmony’ as Protests Swell in Restive Region A8

The king of Spain accused leaders in the region of Catalonia of pushing the country toward a constitutional crisis on a day when hundreds of thousands of Catalans mobilized to protest against the actions of Spanish police.

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New Jersey Cracks Down on Drug Dealers for Opioid Deaths A10A

As New Jersey searches for new ways to contain its worsening opioid epidemic, prosecutors are turning to an old law that seeks to hold drug dealers accountable for overdose deaths.

Life & Arts

If Your Child Acts Up at School, Do You Want to Know in Real Time? A11

As more schools use ClassDojo and other tools to give parents report cards throughout the day, parents wonder how much detail is necessary; does it spark conversations or fuel helicopters?

Opinion

What if Stephen Paddock Were al Qaeda? A15

He likely would have been stopped, because surveillance finds only what it’s looking for.

Business & Finance

Russia-Linked Facebook Pages Pushed Divisions After Election, Including on Charlottesville B1

Some Russia-linked accounts that Facebook said bought ads around the U.S. election continued to post divisive messages as recently as this past August about hot-button social issues and events including the white-supremacist rally in Charlottesville.

  • Lawmakers Slam Equifax Ex-CEO Over Hack B1
  • Uber Board Approves Series of Corporate Reforms B1
  • Chernin to Court Sports Bettors With New Data and Analysis Service B1
  • Microsoft’s Mixed Message on Virtual Reality B1
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