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Sen. Ted Cruz just brought forward a bill that would award $5 million to anyone who could provide information that leads to the capture of a suspect in the Benghazi, Libya, terrorist attack that left four Americans dead.
A woman in New York says six police banged on her door and demanded information about her personal life — including specifics about her husband's job — shortly after she Google-searched for the phrase "pressure cookers."
National Security Agency information leaker Edward Snowden will not go quietly if Russian authorities decide to shoot down his request for temporary asylum, his lawyer said Wednesday.
Federal Bureau of Investigations agents arrested 150 suspects on Monday on charges related to a child prostitution ring that wove through 76 cities around the nation
The Federal Bureau of Investigations told Sen. Rand Paul in a recent unclassified letter that agents have flown drones over U.S. airspace a total of 10 times in the past seven years.
A suspected child sexual predator who traded his title as an anthropology professor at an elite university for a listing on the FBI's Top Wanted list was arrested in Mexico late Tuesday in a public park in a coastal community.
Investigators swarmed around the New York house of James "Jimmy the Gent" Burke on Monday to dig for a body believed to be related to a crime case that's been dormant for almost three decades.
Cybersecurity is the new terrorism, and the security threat from online hackers is starting to become the nation's biggest headache, said intelligence officials during a Tuesday hearing in the Senate.
Federal agents arrested a Connecticut woman who claimed to have constructed napalm bombs and was threatening to carry out a mass shooting at a community college in New Haven, authorities said.