Real Life 'Weeds': 43-Year-Old Mom Busted For Million Dollar Monthly Pot Operation

US | Gabrielle Okun

Usually an operation associated with a drug lord

The FBI Says It Can't Unlock Data On Texas Shooter's Phone

Tech | Eric Lieberman
FBI agents search for clues at the entrance to the First Baptist Church, after a mass shooting that killed 26 people in Sutherland Springs, Texas on November 6, 2017. (Photo: MARK RALSTON/AFP/Getty Images)

‘An issue that you’ve all heard before’

UK Using Terror Attack To Pry Its Way Into Citizens' Cell Phones

Tech | Eric Lieberman
Smartphone with padlock, symbolizing digital security and end-to-end encryption. [Shutterstock - namtipStudio]

‘They realize that these terrorists are using their websites for their gain’

Clinton Aides Debate Calling San Bernardino Shooting 'Terrorism'

Politics | Michael Bastasch
Hillary Clinton (Getty Images)

‘That seems too definitive’

Feds Raid Home, Demand Fingerprints To Unlock Phones

US | Eric Lieberman
[Shutterstock -]

Reminiscent of San Bernardino attack aftermath

These Days, It's Easier For A Guy To Identify As A Woman Than As An Islamic Terrorist

Politics | Christopher Bedford
Loretta Lynch Meets With Victims, First Responders In Orlando. Photo by Gerardo Mora/Getty Images.

An identity crisis for identity politics

It Took 35 Minutes For The UCLA Shooting To Be About Gun Control

Education | Blake Neff
A Utah teacher is shown how to handle a handgun by instructor Clint Simon at a concealed-weapons training class to 200 Utah teachers on December 27, 2012 in West Valley City, Utah. (Photo by George Frey/Getty Images)

Fox denounced as ‘NRA mouthpiece’

DOJ Unlocks Terrorist's iPhone, Says It Doesn't Need Apple's Help After All

US | Jonah Bennett
Apple Introduces New Products

‘From a legal standpoint, what happened in the San Bernardino case doesn’t mean the fight is over’

How Open Borders In Europe Pose A Terror Threat In The US

National Security | Russ Read
French soldiers patrol inside the Charles de Gaulle International Airport in Roissy, near Paris, France, March 23, 2016 as France has decided to deploy 1,600 additional police officers to bolster security at its borders and on public transport following the bomb attacks in Brussels. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer

‘Terrorists don’t actually use fake documents’

Obama Spends Big On Domestic Anti-Terror Programs, But None Have Launched

Politics | Jonah Bennett

‘I wouldn’t call this a failure’

Israeli Company May Be FBI's Solution To Cracking The iPhone

Tech | Russ Read

Israeli company may have found the solution

McAfee: Cracking San Bernardino Terrorist's Phone Literally 'A Half-Hour Job'

Tech | Jonah Bennett
Anti-Virus Software Magnate John McAfee Back In U.S. After Fleeing Belize For Guatemala

‘I’m going to tell the world exactly how we do this.’

FBI Director: Apple, FBI Dispute Is 'Hardest Question I've Seen In Government'

Tech | Christian Datoc
Director Comey: Apple, FBI Dispute Is 'Hardest Question I've Seen In Government' (Getty Images)

‘The San Bernardino litigation isn’t about trying to set a precedent or send any kind of message’