Police found four women dead at two spas in Atlanta on Tuesday evening. Atlanta Police chief Rodney Bryant said they appear to be Asian
Walter Bernstein, Oscar-nominated screenwriter, World War II correspondent, dies at 101 after bout of pneumonia
A World War II correspondent for the military who also had been published in The New Yorker, Bernstein was at the start of what seemed a promising film career when the Cold War and anti-Communist paranoia led to his being blacklisted in 1950.
FBI vetting National Guard troops in DC for Joe Biden's 20 Jan inauguration amid fears of insider attack
The massive undertaking underscores fears that some of the very people assigned to protect Washington over the next several days could present a threat to the incoming president and other VIPs in attendance
Plans for armed protest at all 50 state Capitols ahead of Joe Biden's inauguration on 20 Jan, warns FBI
The talk of armed marches next week isn’t limited to “radicalised” Trump supporters. State capitol events on 17 January appear to be promoted by supporters of the anti-government, pro-gun “boogaloo” movement
It is not clear whether the attorney-general’s deliberations were influenced by Trump’s refusal to concede his election loss or his fury over Barr’s acknowledgment last week that the justice department uncovered no widespread voting fraud
The US constitution gives the president clemency powers “to grant reprieves and pardons for offenses against the United States, except in cases of impeachment”
Ex-Trump campaign aide files lawsuit against FBI and US Justice Department over ‘unlawful surveillance'
Carter Page, a former Trump aide, has received death and kidnapping threats, suffered economic losses and 'irreparable damage to his reputation', according to the lawsuit filed in a federal court in Washington
Esper was aware that he was likely to be fired, but Pentagon officials said he hoped to continue serving as long as possible
David Fincher says Mindhunter will not return for a third season because of high-budget, low- viewership
Earlier this year, Mindhunter's actors Jonathan Groff, Holt McCallany and Anna Torv were released from their contracts due to uncertainty over the show's future.
Plot to kidnap Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer to curb her ‘uncontrolled power’ foiled; 13 charged
Six people were charged with conspiracy to kidnap Whitmer while seven others linked to a paramilitary group were charged for allegedly seeking to storm the Michigan Capitol
Most attempts by Russian, Chinese and Iranian hackers on US presidential campaigns halted, says Microsoft
The software giant also said that the Russian intelligence outfit, which had hacked the Democrats in 2016, is trying to breach computers at more than 200 organisations
'Troll factory': Facebook, Twitter suspend accounts, pages linked to Russian network ahead of US election
The FBI in a statement said that it will provide information to the platforms 'to better protect against threats to the nation’s security and democratic processes'
Investigators are still trying to determine exactly how the hackers got inside Twitter’s systems and took such command of the platform that, when Twitter employees took the Bitcoin-seeking messages down, the disinformation popped right back up
Maxwell, who lived for years with Epstein, allegedly facilitated his crimes by helping him 'recruit, groom, and ultimately abuse' girls as young as 14.
India has little choice but to ally with democratic nations as China openly demonstrates imperialistic designs under world's watch
While America repositions itself, the ASEAN bloc is coming to the realisation that each of its 10 members may not be individually able to confront China’s aggrandising ambitions in the South China Sea.
Donald Trump signs executive order authorising up to 10 years in prison for damaging federal property after Washington protesters try to tear down statue
The order calls on the attorney general to prosecute to the fullest extent of the law any person or group that destroys or vandalises a monument, memorial or statue, authorising a penalty of up to 10 years in prison
NSO has long maintained that its products cannot target US phone numbers, though some cybersecurity experts have disputed that.
More than a dozen Saudi military trainees to be expelled from US after deadly shooting at Florida naval base: Report
This was prompted by the deadly 6 December shooting by a Saudi Air Force officer at an American naval base in Florida, CNN reported on Saturday
Apple said in a statement that it had given the FBI all the data “in our possession” related to the Pensacola case when it was asked a month ago.
Bhima Koregaon case: ‘No damaged hard disk recovered from Varavara Rao’s home in 2018,’ lawyers counter police claim of seeking FBI help to decipher data
The defence in the Elgar Parishad-Maoist links case claimed on Wednesday that no damaged hard disk was ever recovered from Telugu poet and activist Varavara Rao's residence by the Pune police last year