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Typo Screws Up $1 Billion Bank Heist

A spelling mistake during an online bank heist last month helped put a stop to the theft, according to bank officials. Investigators suspect unknown  hackers  managed to install malware in the Bangladesh central bank's computer systems and watched, probably for weeks, how to go about withdrawing money from its U.S. account, two bank officials briefed on the matter said on Friday.

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Semi-Truck carrying bees crashes in Wilson County

Details about the cause of the crash were not available. He told News 2 a bunch of the hives busted when the truck turned over, taking both the tops and bottoms of some of them. Some of the bees escaped and people are being asked to avoid the area. Police said the road is expected to remain closed until 10 p.m. Gowan said it's a tedius task, but once the bees are removed and the truck is turned upright, they'll then have to deal with a fuel spill.

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Marco Rubio Closing Gap Against Donald Trump in Latest Florida Poll

The poll has a 4.9 percent margin of error. 30 percent  among Florida Republicans is the highest Rubio has seen since announcing his campaign for president. John Kasich is telling a crowd in MI that he shouldn't have answered a question in last week's debate about whether he'd support Donald Trump if he wins the GOP presidential nomination.

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Naked Dancing Woman Shuts Down Highway 290 in Houston

Officials said westbound Highway 290 was closed after a crash involving three vehicles about 9 a.m. Monday. When deputies arrived, a woman was undressing and could be seen on traffic cameras dancing on top of a big rig.

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Tesla Motors Inc Begins Sending Out Invites For Model 3 Event

Tesla has not revealed all about the event and the venue yet. The first version of the Model 3 won't have all of the bells and whistles that adorn the company's luxury models, as instead of offering options for additional costs, the company is working from the other end.

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Aubrey McClendon, Indicted CEO, Dies Alone in 1-Car Crash

After founding Chesapeake in 1989 with 10 employees and $50,000, McClendon and partner Tom Ward built the  Oklahoma  City-based company into the largest supplier of USA gas, a mantle the company retained until Exxon Mobil Corp. Darren Bush, a University of Houston law professor who previously worked as a trial attorney in the Justice Department's antitrust division,  said  the way the indictment is written by prosecutors "indicated they targeted McClendon as having initiated the conspiracy".


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