Two LAPD officers have been charged with sexually assaulting four women while on duty, the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office announced Wednesday.
Authoritarian governments including Russia and China will demand greater access to mobile data should Apple lose a watershed encryption case brought by the FBI, leading technology analysts, privacy experts and legislators have warned.
The NYPD is asking for the public’s assistance in identifying a man who attempted to lure a young girl on Tuesday evening as she was walking back home after school.
WASHINGTON — Apple Inc. CEO Tim Cook said Wednesday his company will resist a federal magistrate’s order to hack its users in connection with the investigation of the San Bernardino, California, shootings, asserting such a move would undermine encryption by creating a back door that could potentially be used on other future devices.
Ankara, Turkey – At least Eighteen people died and 45 others were injured in a large explosion in the Turkish capital on Wednesday, believed to have been caused by a car bomb, Ankara’s governor said.
Brooklyn, NY – Angered by last week’s conviction of a Chinese police officer in the shooting of an unarmed man, Chinese-American activists have vowed to unseat Brooklyn District Attorney Ken Thompson in his upcoming re-election bid, calling him a racist.
The Israeli Embassy in London has issued a scathing condemnation of reports of rampant anti-Semitism within a left-wing student society in Oxford University, as Britain’s Labour Party says it backs an official inquiry.
The NYPD’s 33rd Precinct is warning people not to place their cell phones under their pillows while sleeping or while recharging them, after an incident in Brooklyn Heights in which a cell phone overheated, erupted into flames and ignited a local resident’s pillow while she was sleeping on it.
A Connecticut man viciously attacked his wife and three children on Tuesday morning — before he was fatally shot by police when he refused to stop advancing on them, police sources said.
While negotiating with Iran, the US formulated a comprehensive plan to target major Iranian military facilities with cyber-attacks. Washington was preparing for the possibility that the talks, aimed at curbing Tehran’s renegade nuclear program, would fail and Iran would lash out at America or its regional allies, The New York Times reported Wednesday.