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Tech Q&A: The clash between browsers and security

Q: My Firefox web browser has trouble connecting to secure websites such as Amazon and Netflix. I get the error message "SEC-ERROR-UNKNOWN-ISSUER," and a pop-up box claims that these websites aren't secure, or that I need new website certificates. I've reinstalled Firefox several times, but that hasn't solved the problem. What can I do?

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Foundation donors who met, talked with Clinton

Hillary Clinton met or talked by phone with at least 154 people from private interests, such as corporations, during her time as secretary of the state. More than half those people had donated either personally or through companies or groups to the Clinton Foundation or pledged to donate to specific programs through the charity's international arm.

Business

5 things to know about the next Olympics in Tokyo

The countdown to the 2020 Olympics began Wednesday with the arrival of the Olympic flag in Tokyo from Rio de Janeiro. The contrast between the two host cities couldn't be starker. Instead of samba in the streets, there will be robots and self-driving cars. Five things to know about the next Summer Games:

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Fugitive tech CEO expected to plead guilty in fraud case

A fugitive former technology company CEO who frustrated federal authorities by living comfortably in exile in southwest Africa for the past 10 years has agreed to return to the United States to face charges he hatched a scheme to pocket millions of dollars by secretly manipulating stock options and is expected to plead guilty, prosecutors revealed on Tuesday.

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Foundation donors who met, talked with Clinton

Hillary Clinton met or talked by phone with at least 154 people from private interests, such as corporations, during her time as secretary of the state. More than half those people had donated either personally or through companies or groups to the Clinton Foundation or pledged to donate to specific programs through the charity's international arm.

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Alabama governor discusses morality and proposed state lottery

According to multiple news reports, it appears Alabama Gov. Robert Bentley's proposed lottery might not make it on the ballot in November. Bentley discussed the proposed lottery during a recent stop in Phenix City, Alabama. Here are his comments.
Mike Haskey The Ledger-Enquirer
Alabama governor discusses morality and proposed state lottery 1:39

Alabama governor discusses morality and proposed state lottery

Weekly conversation: Carver great D.J. Jones discusses Heritage Bowl 1:58

Weekly conversation: Carver great D.J. Jones discusses Heritage Bowl

Phenix City Mayor Eddie Lowe re-elected 3:26

Phenix City Mayor Eddie Lowe re-elected

Family of coach killed in auto accident plans $1 million-plus lawsuit against city 3:08

Family of coach killed in auto accident plans $1 million-plus lawsuit against city