FBI doesn’t have to reveal iPhone hack details, judge rules

The FBI doesn’t have to identify the company it contracted with to hack an iPhone used by one of the terrorists involved in the 2015 mass shooting in San Bernardino, California, a federal judge ruled Saturday. Three news organizations sued the FBI a year ago under the Freedom of Information Act to learn the name […]

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Wells Fargo bank teller stole nearly $200,000 from a customer and spent it on a down payment for his home and several vacations

(REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni) A Wells Fargo bank teller accused of stealing $185,000 from a homeless customer has agreed to a plea deal, according to court documents cited by The Washington Post. The former employee, 29-year-old Phelon Davis, pleaded guilty to a felony charge of interstate transfer of stolen property this week after a 2014 encounter with […]

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Blue Bloods: "Cutting Losses" -Grace

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Google reportedly probing possible Russian meddling in election

Google is reportedly conducting a probe over potential Russian interference in the 2016 US election. Claudia Cruz/CNET Google is examining what role its services could have played in Russian interference during the 2016 US presidential election, according to a report published Friday by The Wall Street Journal. The search giant joins its rivals Facebook and […]

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SCOTUS 2017-2018 Term Will Be One for the Books

Monday, Oct. 2 marks the start of a new Supreme Court term. While the arrival of Justice Neil Gorsuch made major headlines, the cases last term did not gain much attention. The Court’s 2017-2018 term, however, promises to be one for the history books. In their first few weeks back, the justices will tackle several […]

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Whole Foods hit by credit card hack at several stores

A Whole Foods Market in California. David Peevers / Getty Images Shopping at Whole Foods might have cost customers more than just overpriced avocados. The popular grocery chain, which Amazon bought for $13.7 billion in June, warned customers Thursday that thieves stole payment card information at several of its stores. The cyberattack hit Whole Foods’ […]

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Super Bowl Champ Endorses MRC’s NFL Boycott: ‘Sign Me Up’

If the National Football League (NFL) doesn’t respect the American flag, “Let’s show them how important it is,” former NFL star safety Burgess Owens told CNSNews.com in an exclusive interview. Owens, who played for the Oakland Raiders and the New York Jets, winning a Super Bowl with the Raiders, in his ten-year (1973-82) NFL career, […]

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New McLaren BP23 hypercar will be the fastest McLaren ever

It’s hard to believe that it’s already been five years since McLaren unveiled its latest hypercar, the P1. While the car is still amazingly impressive, McLaren has changed its focus to a car that’s even more, um, hyper. The next entry in McLaren’s top-tier Ultimate Series doesn’t yet have a name, but it does have […]

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Jihadists Interviewed in French Jails: Sane, Anti-Secularist and Driven by Their Understanding of Islam

Paris (CNSNews.com) – Jihadists interviewed in French prisons came across as sane, hostile towards French-style secularism, and motivated by their understanding of the Islamic religion, according to two political researchers here. Bilel Ainine and Xavier Crettiez have just released a book, “Soldiers of God: Words of Incarcerated Jihadists,”  in which they try to explain how […]

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