By NOMAAN MERCHANT and RAPHAEL SATTERAssociated Press
DALLAS (AP) - Barrett Brown has, at times, called himself an author, a freedom fighter and a spokesman for the movement of hacker-activists known as Anonymous.
In tweets and videos, Brown praises Anonymous' work, rips his opponents and
By LINDA A. JOHNSONAP Business Writer
TRENTON, N.J. (AP) - The Food and Drug Administration is stepping up its fight against counterfeit and other potentially harmful medicine sold over the Internet.
The agency is ordering operators of about 4,100 websites to immediately stop selling unapproved
PITTSBURGH (AP) - A Pennsylvania prosecutor and his wife severely mistreated their adopted Ethiopian children - their 6-year-old boy who a doctor found malnourished and had skin lesions and an 18-month-old girl who had signs of multiple skull fractures, county police said.
Deputy Attorney General
By JUAN CARLOS LLORCAAssociated Press
EL PASO, Texas (AP) - A federal judge sentenced the former superintendent of El Paso Independent School District to more than three years in prison Friday for his participation in a conspiracy to improve the district's high-stakes tests scores by
By ANICK JESDANUNAP Technology Writer
FREMONT, Ind. (AP) - Apple's new maps app came out the day I started a 2,243-mile road trip through four states. As complaints about it trickled in and Apple's CEO apologized, I was left wondering whether people were using the same app I was.
HUFFINGTONPOST.COM - In April 2012, Tamon Robinson was struck and killed by an NYPD police car after Robinson was allegedly caught stealing cobblestones from a public housing complex.
Six months later, Robinson's mother says the city is ordering the family to pay $710 to pay for the damages
By MARYCLAIRE DALEAssociated Press
PHILADELPHIA (AP) - A college student handcuffed at Philadelphia International Airport for several hours over Arabic language flashcards asked a U.S. appeals court Friday to let him pursue his lawsuit against five federal agents.
Nicholas George was "perp
By LINDSEY ANDERSONAssociated Press
BOSTON (AP) - About 300 to 500 defendants, including some "pretty dangerous people," may be released into Boston streets because of the alleged mishandling of evidence at a Massachusetts drug lab, a prosecutor said Friday.
Chemist Annie Dookhan is charged
By ERIKA NIEDOWSKI and MICHELLE R. SMITHAssociated Press
NEWPORT, R.I. (AP) - The three victims who were pulled from a car hours after it plunged off a pier and landed on its roof in Newport Harbor were identified Saturday as a Rhode Island woman and two women from Europe, police said.
By NICOLE WINFIELDAssociated Press
VATICAN CITY (AP) - He had the trust of Pope Benedict XVI and the cardinals, monsignors and priests who run the Roman Catholic Church. And because of his privileged position as papal butler, he had access to their deepest secrets: confidential letters, memos,