MasterCard customers should ready their best duck faces and perfect their skinny arms. The credit card company is launching an anti-identity theft initiative allowing people to use #selfies instead of passwords.
It's a fixture of local papers around the country: the annual article trumpeting the first babies born in the new year. Remember, they're never too young for bragging rights! Well, it won't be happening in Richmond, Virginia, where local hospitals have announced that they will not be announcing the first-place kiddos…
Chicest identity theft ever: The cops say they've broken up a ring of Saks Fifth Avenue employees who were allegedly colluding to steal customers' financial information, buy heaps of accessories and flip them on the black market. Their haul, according to the authorities? $400,000 worth of swag.
Nathaniel Troy Maye and Tiwanna Tenise Thomason stole thousands of identities. And they might have gotten away with it, had it not been for a Morton's steak with macaroni and cheese, a meal so perfect and delectable it just had to be photographed and turned into food porn. It just had to be uploaded to Maye's…
There she is, Misdemeanor America.
Rolling Stone's profile of serial identity thief Esther Reed isn't the first story about someone conning her way into the Ivy League. But it does reveal something all those stories have in common: a desire to start again.
• Here's the latest in no shit studies: women with higher "emotional intelligence" have better sex than those who cannot express their feelings. Also: nice picture Daily Mail! •