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For January 31, 2013 – New York Times says Chinese hackers broke into its computers, standoff drags into third day as man holds child in bunker and five things that could make BlackBerry 10 a hit...
• New York Times says Chinese hackers broke into its computers: "The New York Times says that Chinese hackers have carried out sustained attacks on its computer systems, breaking in and stealing the passwords of high-profile reporters and other staff members."
• Standoff drags into 3rd day as man holds child in bunker: "The gunman stormed into the school bus Tuesday afternoon and demanded that the driver hand him a child. When the driver refused the demand, police said, the gunman shot him several times as 22 horrified children scrambled for cover. But the man was able to grab the boy and drag him to his underground bunker. And the standoff began."
• Chuck Hagel testifies before the Senate Armed Services Committee Thursday: "When the Senate Armed Services Committee is gaveled into session Thursday, Chuck Hagel is likely to face some sharp questions from many of his old colleagues."
• Federal Housing Administration to hike premiums on mortgages: "Government-insured mortgages are about to get more expensive. The Federal Housing Administration, which is the largest insurer of low-down payment mortgages, announced Wednesday that it will raise premiums by 10 basis points, or 0.1%, on most of the new mortgages it insures."
• 5 things that could make BlackBerry 10 a hit: "All BlackBerry did Wednesday was change its corporate name, introduce two new smartphones and launch a bold new mobile operating system, BlackBerry 10, that may be the struggling company's last stab at relevance."