Houston man accused of decapitating mother was barred from entering her home

By CRIMESIDER STAFF AP Article Reprint   HOUSTON — Authorities say a Houston man decapitated his mother and stabbed his father Friday at their home, where he had been barred from entering because previous alleged assaults led his mother to take out a protective order against him.

Yahoo 2013 hack hit all 3 billion users, Verizon now says

CBS/AP Article Reprint Verizon now says data from all Yahoo users was affected by a 2013 data hack. The company announced Tuesday that its previous disclosure of an estimated one billion accounts hit by the theft was incorrect and that all three billion accounts were impacted. The extent of the breach was Continue Reading

Air Canada, WestJet offer Las Vegas travel plan changes for a limited time

Canada’s two major airlines have implemented “goodwill” policies to allow guests to change their dates of travel or to exchange their tickets for a different destination. By The Canadian Press Article Reprint CALGARY—Canada’s two major airlines are waiving fees for ticket holders who want to change their Las Vegas travel plans Continue Reading

Trump says Puerto Rico has ‘thrown our budget a little out of whack’

Trump also suggested the 16 deaths on the island so far officially attributed to the hurricane indicated a better response than George W. Bush’s handling of Katrina in 2005. By JILL COLVIN Article Reprint SAN JUAN, PUERTO RICO—U.S. President Donald Trump highlighted Puerto Rico’s relatively low death toll compared with “a Continue Reading