Authorities are now confident that the bodies are 3-year-old Delylah Tara and 6-year-old Shaun Tara.
New details emerge about the investigations into child abuse and homicide in Northern California.
The law requires married couples to have the same official surname.
The deadline to sign up for 2016 Obamacare is now Thursday.
An investigation into a possible case of child abuse and torture in Northern California led police to discover the bodies of two young children in a storage unit.
There's more than cybersecurity at risk when a doll records a kid's playtime.
"When current law affords more protections for a letter in a filing cabinet than an email on a server, it's clear our policies are outdated."
In a report released Tuesday, the rights group also laid out how officials who authorized the agency's "enhanced interrogation program" could be prosecuted.
Officials learned Iran broke into social media accounts thanks to a new Facebook feature.
A congressional advisory body says retaliating would make hacks more costly to perpetrators.
Hate crimes in America declined by 8 percent across the board in 2014—yet for Muslims in the U.S., such offenses rose by 14 percent, according to an annual report from the FBI.
The front-runners speculated during a September GOP debate that their secret code names would be "Humble" and "One Nation" respectively. Neither were correct.
A new report estimates that 300 people on death row served in the military.
The "Times" aims to set itself apart from the VR competition in terms of quality and accessibility.
Some say Aamer's rebellious behavior at Gitmo and his ability to embarrass the U.S. with what he saw behind bars prolonged his detention.
Briefing reporters on agency's new national drug report, the Acting Administrator of the Drug Enforcement Administration Chuck Rosenberg called marijuana "bad" and "dangerous."
Younous Chekkouri has spent more than six weeks in detention, waiting to be sentenced or reunited with his family.
The WikiLeaks source writes a bill aimed at bringing more transparency to government surveillance.
Muslim and Arab advocacy groups, briefed by the agency on the new program, have strong objections to its disproportionate focus on Islamic extremism.
European Parliament passes resolution calling on member states to recognize the former NSA contractor as a whistleblower.
After a Guardian report revealed that the IRS purchased StingRay devices, the IRS commissioner admitted to their use.
Judge Gladys Kessler called the government's arguments "repetitive, speculative and extremely vague."
The controversial Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act passed in the Senate Tuesday afternoon.