Angry Republicans won't have to wait long for their chance to question Attorney General Eric Holder about his role in the Justice Department's snooping on Associated Press journalists.
They're called national security letters and the FBI issues thousands of them a year to banks, phone companies and other businesses demanding customer information. They're sent without judicial review and recipients are barred from disclosing them.
A federal judge has ruled that secretive FBI demands for customer data from banks, phone companies and others are unconstitutional.
Citing "years of broken promises," federal prosecutors on Friday confirmed they're putting the muscle of the U.S. Department of Justice behind a civil lawsuit accusing disgraced cyclist Lance Armstrong of bilking the U.S. Postal Service of tens of millions of dollars.
As defenders of the Second Amendment grapple with President Obama's second-term onslaught against the "right to keep and bear arms," a rural Colorado man is already in federal court in Denver challenging the Obama administration's first-term refusal to adhere to the commands of the Constitution.
Iceland's interior minister said Friday that he ordered the country's police not to cooperate with FBI agents sent to investigate WikiLeaks two years ago, offering a rare glimpse into the U.S. Department of Justice's investigation of the secret-busting site.
The next time a child is abducted near you, your cellphone may shriek to life with an alert message.
Rep. Thomas Massie challenged President Obama to roll out the proof that humans have played a hand in climate change.
A federal judge sentenced a British businessman to nearly three years in prison Wednesday for trying to buy surface-to-air missile parts from undercover U.S. agents to resell to Iran.