San Bernardino Shooting News
FBI Arrests 3 Connected to San Bernardino Shooter on Marriage Fraud Charges
ABC News' Brian Ross reports on the latest developments in the San Bernardino investigation.
New Arrests in the San Bernadino Terror Attack Investigation
The shooter's brother, Raheel Farook, has been charged with a marriage fraud scam.
FBI Executes Warrants Tied to San Bernardino Shooting , Unclear Why
The FBI says it has executed several warrants in Corona, California -- two months after agents searched a home there belonging to the brother of one of the San Bernardino shooters. The FBI would not describe the warrants or offer any further information about the FBI actions. However, ABC News was
Brothers Like the Brussels Bombers Common Among Terrorists
It’s no surprise that a pair of brothers was among the suspects believed to have carried out the deadly attacks in Brussels Tuesday, terror experts say. This is hardly the first time that brothers have been part of such a plot. In addition to the El-Bakraoui brothers -- Khalid and Ibrahim -- who
FBI Delays Apple Court Hearing
Investigators may have found their own technical solution to unlock the iPhone at the center of the San Bernardino terror shooting.
Why Apple Is Right to Protect Your Privacy
Apple co-founder Steve Jobs understood what people wanted. His insistence on making hard things easier — for instance, using a personal computer — was an essential part of the Apple success story. Apple CEO Tim Cook has been doing the same thing — but now the “hard thing” is privacy and encryption.
San Bernardino DA: Clues to Unconfirmed 3rd Shooter, 'Cyber Pathogen' Could Be on iPhone
The San Bernardino district attorney suspects that mass killer Syed Rizwan Farook’s iPhone could hold information about an unconfirmed third gunman in the December shooting spree, or maybe even what he calls a “cyber pathogen” set to harm the local infrastructure. In an amicus brief filing
Apple Calls on Congress to Step In Over Showdown With FBI
In the growing showdown between Apple and the Justice Department , the tech giant is taking its appeal today straight to lawmakers on Capitol Hill, reiterating calls for Congress – not a court – to decide the issues at stake. “The decisions should be made by you and your colleagues as
Idea That Apple's Help Could Endanger Others' Phones Is 'Not a Real Thing,' FBI Chief Says
The head of the FBI today dismissed concerns that forcing Apple to hack into an iPhone left behind by one of the San Bernardino shooters could ultimately allow access to others' phones around the world. "The code the judge has directed Apple to write works only on this one phone, and so the idea of