P.F. Chang's says there was a "security compromise" of customers' credit and debit card data at some of its restaurants. Figures in the P.F. Chang's data breach aren't yet available. Take a look at some of the biggest data breaches of all time.
8. Sony Corporation (2011) -- 24.6 million PlayStation accounts compromised at a cost of $1.476 million
7. CardSystems (2005) -- 40 million credit card records lost at a cost of $2.4 million
6. Epsilon (2011) -- 60 million customer emails exposed, no cost available
5. Sony Corporation (2011) -- 77 million PlayStation accounts compromised at a cost of $4.62 million
4. TRW, now Experian (1984) -- 90 million credit reports lost at a cost of $5.4 million
3. TJX Companies Inc. (2007) -- 94 million credit and debit card records lost at a cost of $5.64 million
2. Target (2013) - Up to 110 million Target customers had data stolen from July to October 2013, and the company revealed the breech at the height of the 2013 holiday shopping season. The company said 40 million debit and credit card numbers were stolen and as many as 70 million customers had personal information stolen, although there may be some overlap on the lists.
1. Heartland Payment Systems (2009) -- 130 million credit card records lost at a cost of $7.8 million
The alleged botched execution of Arizona prison inmate Joseph Wood has put capital punishment -- specifically, the manner in which criminals are executed -- back in the spotlight. Take a look at the history of the death penalty in America.
Pope Francis is coming to the U.S. in Sept., to head the eighth World Meeting of Families in Philadelphia, according to the National Catholic Reporter. Take a look at the many reasons why Pope Francis is cool.
It seems that residents of Louisiana are some of the happiest people in the country, and New Yorkers remain some of the unhappiest, according to a new report. Take a look at the happiest - and unhappiest - U.S. cities.