The CIA pulled a number of officers from the U.S. Embassy in Beijing as a precautionary measure in the wake of the massive cyber theft of the personal data of federal employees, current and former U.S. officials said.
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In 2001, an analyst in the DNA unit of Arizona’s state crime laboratory noticed something interesting. Two seemingly unrelated individuals—one white and one black—shared the same two markers at nine of the 13 places in the standard DNA profile. Yet that particular genetic profile should have been exceedingly rare.
Massachusetts State Police began reviewing cases where its crime lab analysts conducted the kind of pre-DNA forensic hair analysis that has since been widely discredited, a review that parallels one by the FBI that has already led to wrongful convictions being reversed.
Hillary Rodham Clinton's private email server, containing an electronic inventory of some 55,000 pages of emails from her stint as secretary of state, was repeatedly hit by attempted cyberattacks originating in China, South Korea and Germany in 2014, according to a congressional document obtained by The Associated Press.
It’s time to address one of the most urgent if overlooked tech transparency issues—secret code in the criminal justice system.
Security researchers have disrupted an online criminal operation they estimated drew $30 million per year pushing ransomware on unsuspecting people browsing the Internet.
The Federal Aviation Administration has proposed a fine of $1.9 million—the largest civil penalty ever against a drone company—to punish an aerial photography firm that took pictures above Chicago and New York.
Guilty or innocent, some people are remaining locked up for over a year waiting to go to trial because prosecutors can't take these cases to court without having evidence and autopsies processed.
In an announcement on the chain's website, the Trump Hotel Collection informed its customers that their credit card data may have been stolen through malware installed on its payment systems. The malware apparently was active at a number of Trump hotels for over a year.
A Texas inmate set to be executed Tuesday acknowledges fatally shooting a Mexican man who was robbed of $8 and had just moved his family to Houston, but insists he doesn't deserve to die for the killing 17 years ago.
Afghanistan's president palace says skulls and bones belonging to two bodies have been uncovered beneath a kitchen during renovation work on the palace grounds.
Cybercrime costs are climbing for companies both in the U.S. and overseas amid a slew of high-profile breaches, according to research released Tuesday.
According to state police, Hoffman admitted to shooting at another vehicle on Saturday morning on the Loop 101 Freeway in the northwest Phoenix suburb of Peoria. Detectives said they also found evidence directly linking him to the incident.
Computer viruses and malware are obsolete scams for the latest wave of increasingly aggressive computer criminals, says a top cyber forensics expert at Purdue University.
Last December, a dozen State Police forensic scientists arriving for work instead learned they were under investigation for allegedly cheating on training exams. They were locked out of their computers and ordered to gather any personal belongings from their desks.
Prosecutors have agreed to retry a man who was sentenced to life in prison for a 1991 Charlotte rape but whose case was later shown to involve flawed testimony by an elite FBI forensic unit.