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President Trump says young immigrants shielded from deportation - often referred to as "dreamers" - should "rest easy."
Trump says he believes Le Pen will be helped by the attack that left a Paris police officer dead.
A new generation of police gadgets are designed to fight crime and save lives. The technology sounds like something out of James Bond.
Volkswagen and the government are asking a judge to approve a $2.8 billion criminal penalty against the automaker for cheating on diesel emissions tests.
Singapore's reputation for law and order doesn't appear to have preceded it, at least as far as one U.S. cop show is concerned.
Gaming websites could be spawning a new breed of cybercriminals, according to research which claims that young people are being led into hacking crimes.
U.S. prosecutors are reportedly preparing or closely considering charges against WikiLeaks, including founder Julian Assange.
CNBC's Claire Fournier suggests that security and terror threats to France could most negatively impact centrist candidate Emmanuel Macron's campaign.
Paris police were warning people to avoid the area around the French capital's grand Champs-Elysees.
Bill O'Reilly is out of a job at Fox News.
The notorious pharma bro Shkreli denies claims he looted a drug company he founded to pay off hedge fund investors he allegedly defrauded.
Bank examiners "failed to follow-up on significant complaint management and sales practices issues."
Aaron Hernandez, the former New England Patriots tight end convicted of murder, was found dead early Wednesday of an apparent suicide.
CNBC's Claire Fournier discusses the importance of security to French voters in the light of a recently foiled terror plot in Marseille.
Bill O'Reilly's fate at Fox may be in jeopardy according to a report from New York Magazine, citing sources.
Steve Stephens, the alleged killer who posted a video of the crime on Facebook, shot and killed himself after police pursuit.
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