Published June 21, 2012
Getting into a barroom fight with the men who guard Vice President Joe Biden would likely get someone locked up - unless the brawlers also happen to be on the very same security team.
Published June 19, 2012
Long before President Obama's security detail was scandalized in Colombia and new revelations emerged last week about the Secret Service, members of the elite team earned an "Animal House" reputation at the blueblood vacation mecca of Martha's Vineyard.
Published April 26, 2012
The Virginia man who received a postcard from his parents nearly 60 years after it was sent is headed to the Chicago aquarium shown on the long-lost piece of mail.
Published April 23, 2012
This gives a new meaning to ‘snail mail.’ After nearly 60 years, a postcard sent from Chicago to Georgia is finally making its way to its intended recipient.
Published April 12, 2012
The world’s most infamous hacker-turned-traitor to his cause was a no-show at his arraignment in Manhattan criminal court on Thursday, afraid for his personal safety amid “safety concerns and physical threats.”
Published April 11, 2012
The hacker who calls himself "The Raptor" has a new flock of tech-savvy, eager veterans — including another military grandpa — ready to sign on to his campaign to disrupt the websites and online forums where Al Qaeda sympathizers congregate to push their hateful, anti-American propaganda.
Published April 10, 2012
An American hacker who calls himself “The Raptor” and claims to be a grandfather waging his own war on terror is taking credit for a series of takedowns of online forums used by Al Qaeda sympathizers, FoxNews.com has learned.
Published April 03, 2012
The man authorities believe posted a chilling, movie poster-style warning of a new attack on New York by Al Qaeda is a committed jihadist whose graphic artistry may be part of a new strategy aimed at recruiting homegrown terrorists, according to experts.
Published April 02, 2012
NYPD spokesman Paul Browne said the image appeared in the "artwork and design" section of a murky site used as a forum for terror talk.
Published March 15, 2012
The Chicago-based hacker who once threatened to burn down the White House and took credit for an devastating computer attack on intelligence company Stratfor made his first appearance in a New York federal courtroom since his March 5 arrest.