(WKRN) A grassroots fundraising effort has ballooned into thousands of dollars going to charity. Taylor Rowe, a 27-year-old mother-of-two, started selling T-shirts in October to raise money for those less fortunate. The shirt design is simple: a silhouette of the Nashville skyline and the phrase Live. Love. Nashville. She hoped to sell 30, maybe even 50 shirts, but as of Dec. 20, shes sold at least 350. With the money, shes donated nearly $4,000 to help underprivileged kids. (Photo: WKRN) Rowe sponsored two classes of needy children at Buena Vista Elementary, and bought them Christmas presents, clothes, and personal hygiene items. With the leftover money, she sponsored Angels for the Salvation Army Angel Tree and Food Angel programs. Tuesday night, Rowe purchased 30 angels for the food program, with each one promising a holiday meal for a family in need.
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Russia denied the accusation. The White House had no comment on the FDIC hack. Trump's transition team did not respond to a request for comment. Last year, U.S. President Barack Obama and Chinese President Xi Jinping reached an agreement to avoid economic cyber espionage on one another. "ADVANCED PERSISTENT THREAT A July report by the House Science Committee said hackers suspected to be linked to China's government gained deep access to FDIC computers starting in 2010. The probe at that point was unaware the hack was tied to China's military. The committee, chaired by Texas Republican Lamar Smith, has continued to press the FDIC. Republican lawmakers accused FDIC employees of covering up the hack to protect the job of Chairman Martin Gruenberg, who was nominated for his post in 2011. An FDIC inspector general review last month found no evidence Gruenberg's pending confirmation influenced handling of the breach.