by Lauren C. Williams Apr 5, 2016
"The FBI will of course consider any tool that might be helpful to our partners."
by Lauren C. Williams Mar 28, 2016
The FBI has hacked into an iPhone belonging to one of the San Bernardino shooters without Apple's help.
by Lauren C. Williams Mar 2, 2016
Apple is covering its bases. The tech company filed a notice of objections late Tuesday hours after asking for a legislative fix during a congressional hearing.
by Lauren C. Williams Feb 25, 2016
Apple contends that creating the digital workaround would put an "unprecedented burden" on the company and violates the First Amendment and Fifth Amendment.
The reason lies with an obscure -- complex and highly debatable -- part of the law where computer code was ruled as a protected as speech.
by Emily Atkin Feb 11, 2016
The Nevada rancher was arrested on Tuesday.
by Judd Legum Feb 10, 2016
Is this the end?
by Alan Pyke Jan 29, 2016
Releasing video of a police killing within days of the incident itself is highly unusual.
by Beenish Ahmed Dec 7, 2015
There is a “small but active cadre of individuals infatuated with ISIS’ ideology” in the U.S. according to a new report from the Program on Extremism at the George Washington University.
by Jack Jenkins Nov 2, 2015
"The FBI's job is to protect children of all faiths and backgrounds, not to offer programs that…can lead to stigmatization and bullying by their peers."