ICE Says A Man Detained While Driving His Pregnant Wife To The Hospital Is Wanted For Murder. The Family Wants Proof.
Several Mexican officials told BuzzFeed News they had no information about a murder charge or arrest warrant, but they were continuing to investigate.
The Swiss food giant has been bottling millions of gallons of water from the mountains of Southern California, despite lacking the rights to it, the state says.
San Bernardino police said a man opened fire inside his wife's classroom Monday, killing her and an 8-year-old student before turning the gun on himself.
The president said terror attacks are "not even being reported" by the media. The White House later released a list of 78 incidents that failed to support his claim.
Syed Farook and Tashfeen Malik listened to radical sermons, pledged their allegiance to ISIS, and were upset by Christmas celebrations, but why they targeted Farook's co-workers at a holiday lunch remains unknown.
Temperatures reached the upper 90s during the weekend event in Fontana, California.
We grew up on mass shootings. After Orlando, it's time for our generation to take action.
Because I've had enough.
"I lived all these years without my mother. Then to find out she's alive in another country, it was emotional."
Syed Rizwan Farook took out two policies through his county employer after he began planning a terrorist attack in California, authorities said.
The suspects were arrested on suspicion of federal conspiracy, marriage fraud, and false statement charges, federal officials announced Thursday.
The company's top lawyer says Apple has not moved to bring iPhone-level encryption to its iCloud remote storage service. He also dismisses claims that Apple has secretly cooperated with the Chinese government.
"They had bombs on the floor," Trump said. "Many people saw this, many, many people. Muslims living with them, in the same area, they saw that house."
Cybersecurity experts think they know how the FBI plans to unlock the phone used by one of the San Bernardino shooters. What they aren't sure about is why it took the FBI this long to find an outside party to help.
In an interview with Time, Apple CEO Tim Cook talked about the company's stance in a high-stakes battle against the FBI and the Department of Justice over an encrypted iPhone.
The company responds to new DOJ claims that a terrorist’s iPhone could not have been backed up, despite the FBI’s reset “mistake.”
A lawyer representing some of the victims' families filed a friend of the court brief Thursday, siding with the Justice Department in the battle over a locked iPhone.
For the first time, Director James Comey acknowledged investigators made a mistake by resetting the Apple ID of one of the San Bernardino terrorists.
San Bernardino Survivor's Husband To Judge: Terrorist iPhone “Unlikely” To Hold Valuable Information
"This was a work phone. My wife also had an iPhone issued by the County and she did not use it for any personal communication," Salihin Kondoker wrote in a friend-of-the-court brief in Apple's legal dispute with the FBI.
"This is not a case about one isolated iPhone."
As the FBI and Apple clash over unlocking one encrypted iPhone in San Bernardino, a new document reveals government plans to extract information from iOS devices in 12 other active cases in the U.S.
The Microsoft co-founder broke ranks with others in Silicon Valley, saying Apple should agree to the FBI's request to unlock an iPhone linked to the San Bernardino attack.
For some of the victims of the Dec. 2 attack, there is hope the contents of the locked iPhone will help provide closure. A California attorney and the FBI on Sunday pointed to those victims.
The government says Apple has helped it extract data from iPhones roughly 70 times in the past, but Apple has never done what a court is ordering it do now: create software to crack its own security features for the FBI. An FBiOS, if you will.
The presidential candidate called on the public to boycott Apple until the iPhone maker helps the FBI gain access to a locked phone used by the San Bernardino attackers.
The Department of Justice filed a motion to compel the technology company to obey a court ruling asking it to help the government unlock the phone, calling Apple's opposition a marketing stunt.
Neighbors said federal agents left the home with boxes, computers, and other items. No arrests were made.
“Apple chose to protect a dead ISIS terrorist's privacy over the security of the American people," Sen. Tom Cotton says, while Sen. Dianne Feinstein vows to introduce a bill to force Apple to comply with a court order giving the FBI access to the San Bernardino shooters' phone.
At a December 2015 press conference, FBI Director James Comey said encryption "is a very hard problem because it involves the collision of two things we all care about."
A U.S. magistrate on Tuesday ordered Apple to assist federal investigators with unlocking an iPhone used by one of the San Bernardino terror attackers.
Locked phones are a major issue for authorities trying to solve crimes, as well as protect national security, FBI Director James Comey told a Senate committee on Tuesday.
Enrique Marquez provided guns and was charged with conspiring with the couple who killed 14 people in an ISIS-inspired attack.
The investigation into the Dec. 2 shooting that killed 14 people has also found no evidence that it was "foreign-directed," the FBI said Tuesday.
The Inland Regional Center was reopened a little over a month after 14 people were killed and 22 injured in the mass shooting attack.
Enrique Marquez was arrested Dec. 17 after prosecutors alleged he bought two assault rifles for his friend and former neighbor, Syed Rizwan Farook, and attempted to plan previous terrorist attacks.
Every year is a crazy year in L.A., but 2015 brought us a horse chase-turned-police beating, an acrobatic motorcyclist, a slow moving "victory parade," and much, much more.
"The U.S. government and the FBI doesn't have the resources to monitor everything that's going on on the internet," he said.
Enrique Marquez, who bought two of the guns used in the Southern California attack that killed 14 and injured scores more, was arrested Thursday.
Natassa Torralbo, an avid Los Angeles Kings fan, survived the mass shooting in San Bernardino, only to have her beloved team jersey stolen while she was at a vigil for lost colleagues.
"We didn’t have any cover."
"We have to get our hands around a very serious problem," he said on MSNBC's Morning Joe.
"They will take a bullet for me and I will take a bullet for them," the doctor said of the SWAT team. "I'm honored to be a physician working in this county."
The president used a rare prime-time address from the Oval Office to tell Americans "we cannot turn against one another."
The suspected shooter also subscribed to ISIS ideology, his father told an Italian newspaper.
"This is what I think of the New York Times editorial today."
As thousands gathered to remember the victims of the mass shooting, one witness took comfort in a smaller setting. This is her story.
Journalists crammed inside the home of Syed Farook and Tashfeen Malik on Friday, airing personal contents and documents on live television in the process.
Syed Raheel Farook was awarded the Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal and Global War on Terrorism Service Medal, among other awards.
Tributes began to pour in on Thursday for some of the 14 people who were killed on Wednesday in a shooting spree in San Bernardino. Here are some of their stories. This post will be updated with more victim tributes as they are confirmed.
Many called it divisive.
In one depressing chart.
Federal investigators on Monday said they believe the two San Bernardino shooters had been radicalized, but don’t know who may have been behind the drift towards extremism or how it occurred.
An event or holiday party was underway at the California social services center when the shooting broke out. BuzzFeed News reporters Adolfo Flores and Ken Bensinger are reporting from San Bernardino. Live updates here.
California just got a little cooler.
Francis Pusock will get $650,000 after news cameras filmed sheriffs beating him —even though it appeared he surrendered.
The 30-year-old man who was videotaped being beaten by police after he tried to flee on a horse, said in an interview with NBC News on Monday that he was handcuffed during 99% of the incident.
"The game got away from me. I didn't expect them to be that bad," Coach Michael Anderson said.
[Insert an end-of-the-world snow portmanteau here.]
The ACLU filed a class action lawsuit against the San Bernardino County Sheriff's Department in California on Wednesday. Gay, transgender, and bisexual inmates do not have access to opportunities and are often treated with neglect or abuse, the lawsuit alleged.