The Federal Communications Commission is about to face another lawsuit, this time over a vote to cap the prices prisoners pay for phone calls.
Millions of websites used in e-commerce and other sensitive industries are vulnerable to remote take-over hacks made possible by a critical vulnerability that has affected the Joomla content management system for almost two years.
Divers searching the Harlem River recovered a gun "consistent" with the weapon used to kill a police officer during a foot chase in Manhattan, the New York Police Department said Sunday.
For the first time in nearly two decades, a Florida prison inmate is demanding that he be put to death in the antiquated electric chair and not by a lethal injection method that has been repeatedly challenged in court.
Law enforcement authorities in Lucerne are to start the mass DNA screening of 372 young men in the next two weeks, in the hope of solving a rape case in which the victim was left partially paralysed.
The e-mails include Brennan's SF86, a form that he had to fill out to get his current position and security clearance. The form, from 2008, "reveals a quite comprehensive social graph of the current Director of the CIA with a lot of additional non-governmental and professional/military career details," according to WikiLeaks' description of the document.
How's this for ironic: It turns out that the office’s tech-savvy IT workers are actually the greatest offenders when it comes to slouching on IT security
A key development has been the growth of a hacking “as a service” business model employed by various groups and individuals.
A 32-year-old man is facing murder charges in the road-rage killing of a 4-year-old Albuquerque girl, who was shot in the backseat of her father's truck — a death that horrified the public.
Supporters say the bill would be a crucial tool for thwarting increasingly damaging cyberattacks, like the ones on Sony Pictures and the Office of Personnel Management. But privacy advocates warn it could give the National Security Agency access to vast new amounts of personal information on Americans.
On Tuesday, a New York federal judge told Apple that he is not happy with the company’s response as to whether a law originally written in 1789 applies in a 21st century context. Or put another way, can the American legal system compel Apple to hand the government the keys to unlock an iPhone?
In the decades that have passed, Robert Byrd couldn't recall the murder victim's name and instead remembered her as "Mockingbird."
A police officer responding to a report of shots fired was killed during a gunfight and chase involving a stolen bicycle, and a suspect in his slaying was in custody, police said Wednesday.
The engineer was able to put together the chip card hacking scheme that a group of French researchers call "the most sophisticated smart card fraud encountered to date.”
A judge has ruled that a mother and boyfriend charged in the death of a 2-year-old girl whose body washed up on a Boston Harbor beach can have their own autopsy conducted on her remains.