The latest news on identity theft
The real-life inspiration for "Catch Me If You Can" offers five ways to keep from being victimized.
Hiding your Social Security number is a start.
Officials think the tainted batches of heparin may have been intentionally contaminated.
Man is found guilty of wrongfully taking titles, selling properties as if they were his own.
Expert says more people are becoming victims of this kind of identity theft.
When health records get breached, wealth and well-being are both in jeopardy.
If you know—or even suspect—that your medical identity has been stolen, take these steps now.
The Postal Service protects customers from angry ex-girlfriends and identity thieves.
Thieves can use 'change of address' forms to redirect mail.
Government-issued cards make it difficult to protect yourself.