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Former NSA contractor Edward Snowden is laying low, but that's becoming increasingly difficult. CNN's Ian Lee reports.
Here's hoping Yeiner Garizabalo wears more to court Tuesday than he did in a San Francisco subway station in May.
With defendant James "Whitey" Bulger sitting less than eight feet away and staring straight ahead, a star government witness in the case against Bulger explained Monday why he turned against the man he long counted among "my partners in crime, my best friends."
There are fun times. Then there are fun times that will land you in handcuffs.
Condemned serial murderer Richard Ramirez, known as the "Night Stalker" to the Californians he terrorized in the 1980s, died of cancer, according to coroner's findings released Monday.
Celebrity chef Nigella Lawson and her children move out of their home as her husband denies a report that he attacked her.
It was a bloody Father's Day weekend in Chicago, but police said murder and shooting rates are significantly below those at the same time last year.
Google says it will spend $5 million on an effort to wipe pictures of child sexual abuse from the Web and another $2 million to research more effective ways to find, report and eradicate the images.
Peter Bergen says the public record tends to cast doubt on the NSA's claim that its electronic surveillance has helped stop numerous plots
Paula Cooper was just 16 years old when she became the youngest person on death row in the United States.
Shabren Kurtz-Russ wanted to join the military to start a family tradition. Her mother and father served in the Army. And now she sought to enlist in the Army National Guard.
The Supreme Court on Monday tossed out a provision inn Arizona's voter registration law that required proof of citizenship.
A U.S. citizen is prohibited by law to sponsor a same-sex partner for immigration. A Supreme Court decision against DOMA or the passage of an immigration reform bill amendment could change all that.
Every new day seems to bring new revelations and reactions to the controversial electronic surveillance programs. Over the weekend we learned that the British electronic intelligence agency tried to monitor delegates during a G-20 summit. We also heard from administration officials, past and present, who tried to assuage Americans worried about privacy.
The founder of the Simon Wiesenthal Center wants the Justice Department to investigate allegations that a Minnesota man commanded a Nazi unit accused of war crimes in World War II.
Five shootings in less than an hour rocked the Nebraska city of Omaha, a violent string of events that ended with at least three people dead, including at least one suspected gunman.
An unpaid $70 dinner bill -- plus a record of walking out on previous meal bills -- has landed an Illinois man in jail for three years.
Authorities released new 3-D reconstructions and conducted more thorough DNA tests in the case of four females found stuffed into barrels.
A military judge on Friday struck down Army Maj. Nidal Hasan's planned defense that he was acting to protect the Taliban in Afghanistan when he killed 13 people in November 2009 at Fort Hood, Texas.
A former sixth-grade teacher and mother of two pleaded guilty to having sex with a student, Southern California authorities said Friday.