Washington – However Congress resolves its impasse over government surveillance, this much is clear: The National Security Agency will ultimately be out of the business of collecting and storing Americans’ calling records.
An internal investigation of the Transportation Security Administration revealed security failures at dozens of the nation’s busiest airports, where undercover investigators were able to smuggle mock explosives or banned weapons through checkpoints in 95 percent of trials, ABC News has learned.
The Supreme Court ruled Monday that violent threats online may protected free speech, as long as they are not malevolent or reckless.
London – Fashion designer John Galliano, who was convicted in 2011 in a French court for making public anti-Semitic comments to a woman, has been meeting with a rabbi and Holocaust survivor as part of a rehab program.
LOS ANGELES — Authorities are looking for a man who was sentenced for stalking actress Mila Kunis after he escaped from a secured facility in Pomona.
NEW YORK – A man opened fire along a street in Brooklyn in the middle of the afternoon, striking another man. The shooting was caught on surveillance cameras.
The Hebrew University in Jerusalem is in turmoil in the wake of a report by the NGO “One of One”, which claims that 11 lecturers from the school performed lewd acts with female students, some of which amount to rape.
Reality-TV juggernaut Kim Kardashian and her egomaniacal rap-star husband, Kanye West, are expecting their second child, the selfie star revealed Sunday night.
The Oklahoma Highway Patrol has identified a Tulsa man who died late Friday after being shot by an OHP trooper who said he was attacked during a call southeast of Liberty.
The Kuwaiti newspaper Al Jarida quoted exclusive sources who said that the Mossad passed information to authorities in Cyprus that led to the arrest of a Lebanese-Canadian individual last Friday after two tons of ammonium nitrate was found in his basement and he was accused of planning terror attacks on Israeli sites using the chemically…