"Dance Moms" star Abby Lee Miller is expressing gratitude after she was reportedly diagnosed with cancer . The reality TV star, who was recently released from prison after serving 10 months for bankruptcy fraud, shared a selfie apparently from her hospital bed. The caption included a message of
"Dance Moms" star Abby Lee Miller has been released from prison and sent to a halfway house in Long Beach, California, the Federal Bureau of Prisons confirmed to ABC News. The former reality star, 51, was sentenced to a year and a day in prison last year for bankruptcy fraud and bringing $120,000
The U.S. Olympic gymnastics doctor, whose epic sexual abuse trial ended with nearly 200 girls and women facing him down in a Michigan courtroom, has been moved to a federal penitentiary in Tuscon, Arizona. According to the Federal Bureau of Prisons website , the 54-year-old Nassar was moved from
The Senate is looking to mandate a full, government-wide ban on the use of all products made by one of the world's most respected cybersecurity firms, Moscow-based Kaspersky Lab, according to congressional sources. The move would be the U.S. government's most drastic response yet to growing
It's one of the world’s biggest and most powerful companies that you may have never heard of until recently, when U.S. lawmakers and national security officials began publicly raising concerns about the Moscow-based firm. Products from the company, Kaspersky Lab, are embedded in countless U.S.
The Trump administration is on the verge of deciding whether to block all federal agencies from using products developed by a popular Russian cyber-security firm, which is under increasing scrutiny for alleged ties to Russian intelligence services, government sources familiar with the matter told
Pressing ahead with a long-running investigation of a Russian software company whose products are used widely across the United States, the FBI on Tuesday interviewed several employees of the firm, Kaspersky Lab, a source familiar with the matter told ABC News. As ABC News was first to report more
Top officials from the NSA, FBI and Homeland Security were called to Capitol Hill for an urgent classified meeting to discuss growing concerns about a Russian software company that has broad reach inside the U.S.
Even with the Senate Intelligence Committee focused this week on its investigation of Russia's alleged meddling in last year's presidential election, the committee met behind closed doors today for a classified briefing from senior FBI and Homeland Security officials over another alleged threat