December 2 marks the one-year anniversary of the terrorist attack that shook the community of San Bernardino, California, in 2015.
The FBI has successfully accessed the information on the iPhone belonging to the San Bernardino terrorist, the Justice Department says.
In a somewhat surprising move, the intelligence community is largely siding with Apple in the tech giant's standoff with the FBI, Judge Andrew Napolitano said on "Varney & Co." today.
Judge Andrew Napolitano gave us his take this morning on the newest revelations in the Hillary Clinton email scandal.
Apple is locked in a battle with the FBI over whether or not they are obligated to help the agency unlock the iPhone of one of the San Bernardino terrorists.
Family members of San Bernardino victims are calling on Apple to unlock an iPhone that once belonged to one of the two terrorists who killed 14 people at an office Christmas party in December.
Cybersecurity expert John McAfee said on Fox Business Network today that he'll help unlock an iPhone that once belonged to one of the San Bernardino terrorists.
Google and Microsoft have declared their support of Apple after the tech giant refused a court order to provide the FBI with the means to unlock an iPhone that once belonged to one of the San Bernardino shooters.
Enrique Marquez Jr., the man accused of supplying weapons to the San Bernardino terrorists, pleaded not guilty in court today.