A "radiation weapon" designed by a rogue mechanic was offered for sale to the Ku Klux Klan and two synagogues, the FBI claims. South Carolina's racist terror club and two upstate New York synagogues were allegedly approached by a 49-year-old who hoped to build and sell his secret weapon.
This guy is Quazi Mohammad Rezwanul Ahsan Nafis, a 21-year-old Bangladeshi student who traveled to the United States with the intention of carrying out a major terrorist attack. He wanted to blow up this building, 33 Liberty Street, the home of the Federal Reserve Bank located in the heart of the New York City's…
Anonymous already has a diverse set of tactics, including showing up to awards ceremonies. But the NSA is worried that its cyberattacks could bring about power outages across the US.
Sometimes common "street smarts" fail you. Like when you ask the guy who's selling you drugs if he's a cop. Or when you encrypt your hard drive and refuse to unlock it for prosecutors while citing the self-incriminating clause of the Fifth Amendment.
Since 1946, electronic media coverage of federal district courts has been expressly prohibited. But now, fourteen federal trial courts and 100 judges will participate in a three-year digital video pilot, a first for the Federal Judiciary.