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  • David Greenglass dies at 92; '40s A-bomb spy who betrayed his sister

    David Greenglass knew how history would remember him. He was "the spy that turned his family in." His confession was key to the government's case against Ethel Rosenberg — Greenglass' sister — and her husband, Julius, who were executed in...
  • Deputies release 911 call from elementary school bomb threat hoax

    Deputies release 911 call from elementary school bomb threat hoax
    Investigators in Seminole County have released the audio recording of a man calling 911 to enter the bomb threat that led to the evacuation of several elementary schools on Friday. In the threat, which investigators have determined to be a hoax, an...
  • Art gallery owner gets five years for 'horrendous' cyberstalking

    A federal judge sentenced the owner of a Riverside County art gallery to five years in prison Monday, calling his attempts to extort an art publishing company he had once worked for and its employees by creating disparaging websites and making repeated...
  • It's time to silence 'gamergate,' end the misogyny in gaming culture

    As threats of violence and sexual harassment aimed at women in the gaming community have escalated, so too has the mainstream attention -- and for good reason. Internet trolls have increasingly turned to online movements like "gamergate" as a tool to...
  • Nik Patel agrees to sell Rolls Royce, Rolex, hotels, homes

    Nik Patel agrees to sell Rolls Royce, Rolex, hotels, homes
    Facing criminal charges of fraud and a $72 million lawsuit, Orlando businessman Nikesh Patel has agreed to sell five hotels, two multimillion-dollar homes, several luxury brand watches, a Rolls Royce, a Lamborghini, and gold coins. But Patel hasn’...
  • Nik Patel resigns from UCF Foundation board

    Nik Patel resigns from UCF Foundation board
    Embattled businessman Nikesh Patel has resigned from the board of directors for the University of Central Florida Foundation, according to UCF spokesman Chad Binette. Patel was arrested Sept. 30, after the FBI alleged in an affidavit that he...
  • Suspect in Oklahoma beheading expected to be charged with murder

    Oklahoma plans to file a murder charge as early as Tuesday against Alton Nolen, who is suspected of beheading a former co-worker at a food distribution center last week, prosecutors said. The Federal Bureau of Investigation is also looking into Nolen's...
  • Suspect in U.Va. student's disappearance extradited to Virginia

    Suspect in U.Va. student's disappearance extradited to Virginia
    A man arrested in Texas for the abduction of a University of Virginia student was returned to Virginia on Friday to face charges, while newly released records showed he was the focus of a 2002 college rape investigation but was never charged in that case....
  • Ray Rice appeal hearing set for Nov. 5-6, source says

    Ray Rice appeal hearing set for Nov. 5-6, source says
    Former Ravens running back Ray Rice's appeal of his indefinite suspension from the NFL is set to begin Nov. 5 and conclude the following day, according to a source close to the situation. The three-time Pro Bowl runner's appeal will be heard by former...
  • Indiana slayings: Dogs search vacant homes as feds widen search

    Indiana slayings: Dogs search vacant homes as feds widen search
    As the investigation continues into the murders of seven women in Indiana, police officers in Gary used trained dogs Tuesday morning to search for more bodies while federal authorities said they believe there could be victims outside the state. Darren...
  • Justice Department steps up fight against economic cyber-spying

    With cyber crime taking on new urgency, the Department of Justice announced Tuesday new efforts to combat economic spies who hack into U.S. companies' computer systems, including installing a cyber specialist in each of the 93 U.S. attorneys' offices...