A woman who was shot in the San Bernardino terror attack is now in a battle with the state of California over health coverage, the New York Times reported.
National security expert Dr. Sebastian Gorka discussed the change in counter-terrorism policy that will come with President-elect Donald Trump taking office.
The FBI has successfully accessed the information on the iPhone belonging to the San Bernardino terrorist, the Justice Department says.
Deputies in Twin Peaks last month discovered a mannequin hanging on the roadside “by a rope."
Apple is in a fight with the federal government over an iPhone that was used by one of the San Bernardino terrorists.
Enrique Marquez Jr., the man accused of supplying weapons to the San Bernardino terrorists, pleaded not guilty in court today.
The friend of the terrorist couple behind the Dec. 2 attack that left 14 dead in San Bernardino was arrested Thursday and charged on multiple counts, including conspiring to provide material support to terrorists.
Newly-released 911 transcripts show what a one-time neighbor of the San Bernardino terrorists told a 911 dispatcher shortly after the Dec. 2 attack.
A secret U.S. policy that prohibits immigration officials from reviewing the social media messages of foreign citizens applying for U.S. visas was reportedly kept in place over fears of a civil liberties or public relations backlash
FBI divers are now scouring a San Bernardino lake for evidence that may have been left behind by terrorists Syed Farook and Tashfeen Malik.
A former Homeland Security employee says he likely could have helped prevent the San Bernardino terror attack if the government had not pulled the plug on a surveillance program he was developing three years ago.
Despite providing a fake Pakistan address and once attending an Islamic school known for its hateful, anti-Western teachings, Tashfeen Malik was allowed entry into the United States.