The U.S. Supreme Court may soon consider extending the protection of the Constitution’s Second Amendment to cover stun guns. Should it?
As the privacy dispute between the FBI and Apple Inc. works its way through the courts, digital forensics firms claim hacking smartphones is their bread and butter.
The Coast Guard has suspended its search for two men whose plane crashed into frigid waters off the coast of San Pedro, California.
In an unusual case, a Chicago police officer is suing the family of a man he killed. One attorney calls it a “new low” for the Chicago Police Department.
There is mounting pressure on Hillary Clinton to reveal what she told Goldman Sachs bankers during paid speeches, but so far there's little evidence she will.
A California judge handed a harsh sentence to a doctor convicted of overprescribing painkillers to patients.
An explosion aboard a passenger plane Tuesday forced its pilots to make an emergency landing, and an official confirmed Saturday it was caused by a bomb.
“Truth and Power,” airing Friday on Pivot, tells the story of Daniel Rigmaiden, a hacker who discovered police use of StingRay spyware.
Police departments around the U.S. are using license plate scanners to find scofflaws or criminals. Some are also letting the device suppliers slap drivers with mandatory fees.
At a conference in New Orleans, the U.S. attorney general echoed President Obama’s calls for reform in the nation's prisons.
Rick Smith, head of Securus Technologies, says his company is helping solve crimes while providing humane access to prisoners. Angry critics claim otherwise.
A trade show underway in New Orleans this week offers a peek inside the $80 billion industry built around incarceration.
Ami Daniel, the CEO of Windward, believes Europe’s security crisis can be aided with an algorithm to help find the bad guys of the seas.
If a contract is approved, the LAPD will have more officers wearing the devices than the combined forces of Chicago, New York City, Philadelphia and Houston.
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As a recent show in Los Angeles proved, the drone economy is heating up in the U.S., with big holiday sales expected. But regulation could affect growth.
Taser, the billion-dollar weapons behemoth, has captured the U.S. market. Now, it wants to conquer Europe.
It's too soon to determine if Wednesday's deadly rampage in San Bernardino, California, meets an FBI definition of domestic terrorism, authorities said.
As nations place new arrivals under more scrutiny, they're increasingly turning to new identification technologies that are tipped for big growth in the coming years.
At a counterterrorism conference in Paris, companies that profit from increased spending in the fight against terrorism showed off their gear.