CNBC's Andrea Day reports on an international extortion scheme that is targeting wealthy areas across the United States. Day reports that the criminals, mostly prisoners in Mexico, call parents and claim that they've kidnapped their children and demand a ransom.


21


CNBC

Latest News

NewYorkTimes: Fashion Review: Hot Pockets at Fendi

FOX: Eagles wide receiver Jordan Matthews says stint in Buffalo led to baby: 'There’s nothing to do there'

FOX: Air Force Special Operations pivots strategy toward major power warfare

CNN: John Carreyrou: Theranos scandal is a cautionary tale

CNN: The best lung cancer treatment for you

CNN: The best lung cancer treatment for you

CBS: Kavanaugh accuser has Friday deadline to decide whether to testify — live updates

CBS: Maroon 5 frontrunner to play Super Bowl halftime show

CBC: Irish border highlights differences that remain between Britain, EU on Brexit deal

BBC: Oliver McBurnie: Swansea City striker must 'manage' discipline, says boss Potter

BBC: Millionaire fights demolition of back garden leisure complex

ABC: WATCH: Police release podcast in search for multimillionaire murder suspect

Los Angeles Times: Next Bob Dylan 'Bootleg Series' set will take a deep dive into 'Blood on the Tracks'

Los Angeles Times: Escapes: Savoring your picture-perfect summer vacation

Los Angeles Times: Escapes: Reader photos take us around the world

USA Today: Aston Martin cars through the years

USA Today: All-Clad cookware is having an amazing flash sale right now

USA Today: Ferraris, diamond rings: 3 men indicted in massive $364 million Ponzi scheme

USA Today: No. 1 Alabama hosts No. 22 Texas A&M after 3 easy wins

USA Today: No. 9 Auburn aims to rebound against Arkansas

Daily Mail: Nick Cummins and The Bachelor beauties don 1950s-style clothing

Daily Mail: Video: Brooklyn teacher arrested on sexual exploitation charges

Daily Mail: Fulham boss Slavisa Jokanovic: No England contact for Tom Cairney

13 Related Articles, between 2018-09-02 and 2018-09-07