The U.S. wants Russia to send the "NSA leaker" home for prosecution. In a letter to his Russian counterpart, Attorney General Eric Holder gives what he says are assurances that Edward Snowden should not be "treated as a refugee or granted asylum."
U.S. attorneys in New York and New Jersey unsealed indictments Thursday against five men accused of hacking the computer networks of several major corporations. Prosecutors allege the men — four Russians and a Ukrainian — stole hundreds of millions of dollars and some 160 million credit and debit card numbers.
It's been more than two decades since paramedic Rowan Allen saved a young boy from a severe road accident. Rowan's care for Bryan at the roadside and in the months that followed inspired Bryan's mother to become a nurse — and established a bond that still connects all three of them.
In this age of digital overload, we're forced to pay "continuous partial attention" to the world around us. The problem of too much email is so prevalent that a Wall Street titan is using it as his legal defense. Experts offer tips on dealing with the email onslaught.
In the war over the right to vote in the U.S., the Justice Department's choice of Texas as the battleground for its first legal action following the Supreme Court's weakening of the Voting Rights Act has a feeling of inevitability.
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