Sanders raises $26M in April in primary bid against Clinton - 13 WTHR IndianapolisBy KEN THOMAS
WASHINGTON (AP) - Bernie Sanders brought in about $26 million in April in his primary challenge to Hillary Clinton, marking one year on Sunday in his insurgent bid for the Democratic nomination.
Sanders' fundraising total for the month was a steep decline from the $46 million he raised in March, raising questions about whether he can sustain his powerful online money machine as his path to the nomination has substantially narrowed against Clinton.
The Vermont senator was holding a news conference later Sunday to discuss his campaign and his plans to compete vigorously against Clinton in upcoming primaries in the spring, culminating in California's June 7 primary and the final contest in the District of Columbia later that month.
Clinton's campaign did not immediately report its fundraising totals in April. The former secretary of state entered April with $29 million in the bank compared to $17 million for Sanders.
Qatar bank says some leaked customer data may be accurateBy ADAM SCHRECK
DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) - Qatar's largest bank acknowledged Sunday that some personal customer data that was leaked online may be authentic, and said it has hired an outside expert to review potential vulnerabilities to its computer systems.
Files dumped online last week appeared to contain sensitive information involving thousands of Qatar National Bank customers, including bank logins, passwords, security questions and answers, credit card numbers, national identification numbers, phone numbers and email addresses. The bank previously said only that it was investigating an alleged breach.
"While some of the data recently released in the public domain may be accurate, much of it was constructed and contains a mixture of information from the attack as well as other non-QNB sources, such as personal data from social media channels," the bank said Sunday.
"We believe the nature of this incident is fundamentally an attempted attack on QNB Group's reputation and not specifically targeted at our customers."
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