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  • Homeowner association has duty to protect records and documents

    Question: I'm the president of our homeowner association mainly because no one else wants the job. We live in a prestigious area of Los Angeles and have fewer than 30 units. Because nobody wants to be on our board we hired a management company. They're...
  • Sen. Yee charged with trafficking firearms in sweeping FBI probe

    Sen. Yee charged with trafficking firearms in sweeping FBI probe
    This post has been corrected, as indicated below. State Sen. Leland Yee (D-San Francisco) was charged Wednesday with conspiring to commit wire fraud and traffic firearms, part of a sweeping public corruption case outlined by federal prosecutors. The...
  • Sen. Yee's gun control persona clashes with picture in FBI affidavit

    Sen. Yee's gun control persona clashes with picture in FBI affidavit
    SACRAMENTO -- An FBI affidavit alleging that state Sen. Leland Yee (D-San Francisco) offered to set up an arms deal paints a starkly different picture of Yee than his public persona as a supporter of gun control and advocate against gun violence. In...
  • Saudi Arabia denies visa to White House correspondent

    Saudi Arabia denies visa to White House correspondent
    BRUSSELS —   The White House said it is “very disappointed” by Saudi Arabia’s decision to deny a visa to a White House reporter for the Jerusalem Post who applied to cover President Obama’s visit to that Middle East nation...
  • Harsh immigration realities set in for many 'dreamers'

    Harsh immigration realities set in for many 'dreamers'
    WASHINGTON — Working as a Jack in the Box cashier, Marissa Cruz Santos breathed a sigh of relief last year when she qualified for an Obama administration program that defers deportation of young immigrants who came to the U.S. illegally as children....
  • For the record

    Appraisal tips: In the March 16 Business section, a Housing Scene column about how to get the best appraisal for your house identified John Brenan as director of appraisal issues at the Appraisal Institute. Brenan is director of appraisal issues at the...
  • DMV investigating potential breach in credit card processing

    DMV investigating potential breach in credit card processing
    The California Department of Motor Vehicles said Saturday that it was investigating a potential security breach of its credit card processing services, but officials said the agency had no immediate evidence that its computer system had been hacked. The...
  • California DMV probing possible breach of customer credit cards

     California DMV probing possible breach of customer credit cards
    The California Department of Motor Vehicles said Saturday that it is investigating a potential security breach of its credit card processing services, but officials said the agency had no immediate evidence that its computer system had been hacked....
  • Credit card companies seek new ways to increase payment security

    Credit card companies seek new ways to increase payment security
    In the wake of some wide-ranging breaches in credit card data, Mastercard and Visa this month announced an initiative to increase payment security, including expanding chip technology in the U.S. “The recent high-profile breaches have served as...
  • Possible breach of DMV online customers' credit card data reported

    Possible breach of DMV online customers' credit card data reported
    MasterCard said Saturday said it was investigating reports that the California Department of Motor Vehicles may have suffered a breach of credit card data involving online transactions for agency services. MasterCard is “aware of and...
  • A threatening call from the IRS? It's probably a scam

    A threatening call from the IRS? It's probably a scam
    If the IRS is calling and demanding you pay up or else, it's probably not the IRS. In what officials in Washington are calling the "largest of its kind," a sophisticated phone scam has swindled 20,000 people nationally out of a combined $1 million....