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February 11, 2013 | By David Fahrenthold and Rachel Weiner, Washington Post
The Secret Service is investigating a hacker's apparent theft of a trove of personal e-mails and photos belonging to the Bush family after they were posted late Thursday by the Smoking Gun website. A report by the Smoking Gun said the e-mails covered the period from 2009 to 2012, and that a total of six accounts appeared to have been compromised. Among those hacked were Dorothy Bush Koch, daughter of President George H.W. Bush and sister of President George W. Bush; as well as sportscaster Jim Nantz, a Bush family friend.
NEWS
August 5, 2010
Former Gov. Jon Corzine owes New Jersey taxpayers $127,000 - the amount of state funds he spent on a legal fight to hide his e-mails with former lover/labor leader Carla Katz. Corzine said he had no relationship with Katz when his administration negotiated a new state contract with her union, the 37,000-member Communications Workers of America. But recently published e-mails confirm the public's suspicions that an embarrassing conflict of interest was playing out behind the scenes.
NEWS
April 20, 2012 | Carolyn Hax
Question: I'm married with a child and another on the way. I've seen a couple of e-mails on my wife's phone related to dating websites, like eHarmony.com. After a little investigation, it appears that there is no way to sign up to receive those e-mails without posting some type of profile. I am suspicious that she is or was out looking for alternatives. I just don't know what to do. Should I approach her or, because I don't know for sure, just let it go? And I don't know what I'd do if she were out there trolling, as it were.
NEWS
August 12, 2008 | By Craig R. McCoy INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Leonard P. Luchko, the former aide to indicted State Sen. Vincent J. Fumo who pleaded guilty yesterday to charges of trying to thwart the probe of his old boss, implicated himself in a series of e-mails that the FBI later recovered. Prosecutors had charged Luchko and another indicted aide, Mark C. Eister, with a concerted campaign to clean computers used by Fumo, his aides and associates. They say even as the pair demanded that Fumo staffers delete e-mails from their computers, they failed to cleanse their own devices - an oversight the FBI exploited to obtain copies of hundreds of e-mails.
NEWS
January 14, 2009 | By Craig R. McCoy and Emilie Lounsberry INQUIRER STAFF WRITERS
Prosecutors continued yesterday to mount their obstruction-of-justice case against former State Sen. Vincent J. Fumo, even as his lawyer said he was buoyed to get hold of a "treasure trove" of e-mail that he hoped would ultimately benefit Fumo. Defense attorney Dennis J. Cogan told U.S. District Judge Ronald L. Buckwalter that the defense had been combing through thousands of pages of newly discovered e-mails from computer technician Leonard P. Luchko. In them, Luchko, who worked in the once-powerful Democrat's South Philadelphia office, regrets agreeing to testify against Fumo and contradicts his own guilty plea by insisting he had done nothing wrong.
NEWS
August 20, 2009
SOME OF THE bad words that readers used on me after Monday's Michael Vick column: Hypocrite. Elitist. Hater. Neo-Con. Socialist. Judgmental. And the all-purpose tool of the all-around fool: Racist . Oh! Also God , but not in a good way. Here are some excerpts from the hate mail, with answers. (Since I can't verify the sender's identity, first names only.)   "I was wondering if Rick Pitino has your respect," asks e-mailer Rochkar. "He paid for the MURDER of an unborn CHILD.
NEWS
November 5, 2011 | By Craig R. McCoy, Inquirer Staff Writer
Call it the many moods of Vince Fumo. In an e-mail war with federal prosecutors, the defense lawyers for former State Sen. Vincent J. Fumo released their own selection Friday of Fumo's electronic messages from prison. The defense team said the messages show him to be a different and far more attractive man, or least a more sympathetic one, than the vengeful figure sketched out by prosecutors in their Fumo e-mail dump. In the new round of e-mails, Fumo worries about his weight and his mortality.
NEWS
July 3, 2012 | By Jeremy Roebuck, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Joe Paterno's family called Monday for the public release of e-mails written by top Pennsylvania State University administrators in response to a 2001 allegation of child sex abuse lodged against Jerry Sandusky. The documents - portions of which have been leaked to several media outlets over the past month - allegedly show that the late head football coach and a handful of others debated and ultimately decided against notifying outside authorities after a graduate assistant walked in on Sandusky and a 10-year-old in a sexual position that year.
NEWS
June 19, 2012 | By Matthew Lee, Associated Press
WASHINGTON - The Obama administration's pick to be the next ambassador to Iraq withdrew from consideration Monday as Senate Republicans suggested his confirmation was endangered because of his behavior and judgment while working at the U.S. Embassy in Baghdad in 2008. Brett McGurk's nomination, which was scheduled for a vote Tuesday by the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, became endangered after the release on the Internet of sometimes racy e-mails he sent to journalist Gina Chon while he was married and was negotiating a security agreement with the Iraqi government during President George W. Bush's administration.
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March 13, 2015 | By John Timpane, Inquirer Staff Writer
The Hillary Rodham Clinton e-mail controversy points out this irony: It's hard to say exactly what a secretary of state's e-mails are. Are they diplomatic communications? Or more like letters? Or both? Last week, it emerged that as secretary of state, Clinton used a single private e-mail address and a personal server for all of her e-mail, official and un. At a Tuesday news conference at the United Nations, Clinton said that she had been at fault and that "looking back, it would have been better for me to use two separate phones and two e-mail accounts," but "it didn't seem like an issue" at the time.
NEWS
February 19, 2015 | By Jonathan Lai, Inquirer Staff Writer
Dave Muha is Big Man on Campus. After lunch in a dining hall at the College of New Jersey, he finds tweets about Muha sightings. He spots his name on T-shirts that raised a record amount of money for last year's freshman class. Every so often, he trends on Twitter as students pray to him, praise him, and plead with him. He can't even buy jeans an hour from the Mercer County campus without being confronted with his fame. "I pass my credit card to the clerk, who looks . . . and then gasps," he said.
ENTERTAINMENT
February 18, 2015
WHEN BRUCE JENNER taketh away, Amber Rose giveth in spades. The Olympic gold-medal winner recently prohibited his kids and stepkids from publicly discussing his gender transition. At a loss for viable fodder, Temporary Tattle feared her gossip days were through - at least, temporarily. Then came Sunday-funday-without-any-un-days at Laurel DeWitt 's New York Fashion Week show. DeWitt, a designer of metal apparel and accessories, launched several chain-mail looks down the runway at the Church of the Holy Apostles.
NEWS
February 17, 2015 | By Matt Gelb, Inquirer Staff Writer
The best ideas percolate when Jules Markey walks his Center City postal route. Down and across zip code 19130, he fills the silvery stacked mailboxes of five high-rise apartment buildings on Spring Garden Street. Puzzles help Markey combat the repetition. The other day, as he slipped an Entertainment Weekly into a mail slot on Brandywine Street, he remembered when trash served as inspiration for the first crossword of his the New York Times accepted. A resident on his route had discarded a pile of doors by the curb.
SPORTS
February 17, 2015 | By Mike Sielski, Inquirer Columnist
Through requests made under The Freedom of Information Act - and with the help of a North Korean hacker - The Inquirer has obtained copies of hundreds of recent e-mails sent by prominent sports and political figures. We have published some below. Monday, Nov. 10, 2014, 5:59 a.m. FROM: HRoseman@philadelphiaeagles.com TO: CKelly@philadelphiaeagles.com SUBJECT: 2017 draft Chip, I still haven't received your feedback on my scouting breakdowns for all the prospective fifth-, sixth-, and seventh-round picks in the 2017 draft.
NEWS
January 14, 2015 | By Mark Fazlollah and Jonathan Tamari, Inquirer Staff Writers
Prosecutors investigating U.S. Rep. Chaka Fattah asked a three-judge federal appeals panel Monday to give them access to seven years of his private e-mails, a position Fattah's lawyer argued violates the protection the Constitution provides Congress. Fattah's attorney, Luther E. Weaver III, backed by House general counsel Kerry W. Kircher, argued that the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit panel should block Google Inc. from immediately releasing e-mails that prosecutors have subpoenaed.
NEWS
December 27, 2014 | By Diane Mastrull, Inquirer Staff Writer
For Christmas, Cliff Hunter got an invaluable gift - a reminder that there are generous, good-hearted people in the world. He just wishes he knew the name of one of them in particular, so he could offer thanks. The inspiring story began on SEPTA's Route 17 bus shortly after 9 a.m. Dec. 18. Hunter, 79, a single retired social-services worker, had boarded at 20th and Wharton Streets, near his South Philadelphia home, bound for Center City to do several errands. He had placed a Christmas package - a sweater - ready to be mailed to a sister in Florida in the parcel bin at the front of the bus. Then he made his way to a seat farther back.
NEWS
December 21, 2014 | By Angela Couloumbis, Inquirer Harrisburg Bureau
HARRISBURG - An independent review of e-mails among state judicial staff has found that none sent "improper" material other than the pornographic messages sent by former Supreme Court Justice Seamus McCaffery. In a report released Friday, the special counsel enlisted by Chief Justice Ronald D. Castille to examine about 4,000 e-mails sent to and from judicial employees and the state Attorney General's Office between 2008 and 2012 found "no improprieties" beyond the e-mails tied to McCaffery.
NEWS
November 21, 2014 | By Angela Couloumbis and Craig R. McCoy, Inquirer Staff Writers
HARRISBURG - On Tuesday night, Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen G. Kane went on national television and said children were depicted in some of the images her office discovered when reviewing pornographic e-mails exchanged among state employees. Asked by a CNN reporter to describe the sexually explicit messages unearthed in the scandal, Kane said: "They are deplorable: hard-core, sometimes graphic, sometimes violent e-mails that had a string of videos and pictures depicting sometimes children, old women - some of them involved violent sexual acts against women.
NEWS
November 20, 2014 | By Angela Couloumbis and Craig R. McCoy, Inquirer Staff Writers
HARRISBURG - Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen G. Kane made a new accusation Tuesday in the pornographic e-mail scandal, saying the sexually explicit messages exchanged by state officials and employees sometimes contained images involving children. In an interview with CNN, Kane said she was being prevented from investigating the e-mail scandal because of court orders, which she declined to describe. When asked to describe the pornographic images, Kane said, "When I saw them they literally took my breath away.
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