The Senate Intelligence Committee on Tuesday released an executive summary of its investigation into the Central Intelligence Agency’s detention and interrogation program – an investigation launched in 2009 after lawmakers learned that the CIA had destroyed videotapes of detainee interrogations. Here are six top findings in the report.
If Dzhokhar Tsarnaev is found guilty, as expected, defense lawyers are expected to try to spare him the death penalty by shifting much of the blame for the bombings to his older brother, Tamerlan.
The revelation that some DEA agents partied with criminal groups for fun could undermine the US's role in fighting organized crime.
Laws against online abuse are often underenforced and many police departments need better training to confront threats on the Web. But author and privacy expert Danielle Citron says states are starting to do more, and the public is beginning to stand up against Internet trolls, bullies, and tormentors.
The question of whether Dzhokhar or Tamerlan Tsarnaev built the bombs that exploded at the finish line of the Boston Marathon was a major point of the trial Thursday.
The legal defense team for accused Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev says he was led astray by his older brother. On Monday, defense lawyers appeared to get some traction with that argument.