Published December 05, 2013
Mike "The Situation" Sorrentino, who made millions starring on the reality show "Jersey Shore," has a new role in a federal grand jury investigation into his financial records and tax records.
Published November 15, 2013
Convicted hacker Jeremy Hammond -- who was arrested with information from turncoat hacker Hector “Sabu” Monsegur, as first reported by FoxNews.com -- was sentenced to 120 months in federal prison and three years of supervised release for illegally accessing computers systems of law enforcement agencies and government contractors.
Published October 02, 2013
Federal authorities have shut down what they called the “most sophisticated and extensive criminal marketplace on the Internet today,” an underground operation responsible for distributing illegal drugs and other black market goods and services.
Published September 25, 2013
The Iranian delegation may be pariahs inside the UN building, but they've found at least one friend during their visit to New York - Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan.
Published September 18, 2013
An Alabama family recounted to FoxNews.com a chilling airport they had last month with the man they believe went on to gun down 12 people at a Washington military facility, and said the confrontation was triggered by the hearty laugh of a 75-year-old matriarch.
Published September 18, 2013
A Newport,Rhode Island police sergeant reported Navy Yard shooter Aaron Alexis to Naval Station police last month after the suspect told cops he was “hearing voices” through his hotel room wall and that three people were following him and sending vibrations into his body, according to a police report obtained by FoxNews.com.
Published September 17, 2013
Aaron Alexis, the Navy veteran who gunned down 12 people at a Washington military facility, had his federal security clearance renewed just two months before his rampage, despite a disturbing history of psychological problems and violent behavior involving guns.
Published August 31, 2013
The acting head of Immigration and Customs Enforcement—who oversees the nation's second-largest federal investigative agency—may not be eligible for the position under laws set up to keep politics out of the agency, according to one former high-level employee.
Published August 21, 2013
Two key lawmakers have written President Obama to express "extreme concern" over his choice for acting director of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, citing John Sandweg's "critically thin" experience in law enforcement.
Published August 14, 2013
The man tabbed to head Immigration and Customs Enforcement is a longtime criminal defense attorney who has represented convicted murderers, rapists and pedophiles and fought for the release of violent convicted offenders - a background some critics say makes him a less than ideal choice to head the nation's second-largest law enforcement agency.