New evidence suggests the song is older than the copyright owners claim, and would be in the public domain.
The practice of bulk telephone metadata collection was revealed by Edward Snowden.
More than 1,000 artificial intelligence experts signed an open letter calling for the ban of fully autonomous weapons.
Fiat Chrysler says it is voluntarily recalling about 1.4 million vehicles.
Jim Gant lived with former Washington Post reporter Ann Scott Tyson in a Conex hut in a tribal village overrun with militants, according to ABC News.
Comey credited the group's success to its sophisticated social media campaign.
Federal Trade Commission warns that scammers are targeting government employees affected by the OPM hack.
Anonymous senior administration officials tell The Washington Post that formally blaming China is not worth revealing its own cyberespionage capabilities.
A reporter had his car totally disabled by remote hacking.
Ben Shapiro told police he was assaulted by Zoey Tur on the "Dr. Drew on Call" show.
A problem is affecting the App Store, Apple Music and iTunes Store.
An interview with the Intercept editor about America's two most famous (or infamous) whistleblowers.
Group calling itself "the Impact Team" says a $19 profile-erasing service doesn't work.
The electric car's battery pack is also among the upgrades to Tesla's only offering.
One of those arrested used a botnet that stole personal information approximately 200,000,000 times.
For the first time, there are more impoverished black children than white children.
Dinesh D'Souza was ordered to continue community service and psychological counseling.
The documentary filmmaker behind "Citizenfour" filed a lawsuit against the U.S. for "Kafkaesque harassment" at airports around the world.
New mothers will get an express delivery option starting in September.
An interactive map by Norse, a threat intelligence firm, visualizes the global cyberwar in real time.
The government must release eight videotapes depicting the force-feeding of Abu Wa'el Dhiab.
Chinese hackers accessed more than 21 million employees' personal information.
The hack could expose an estimated 18 million current, former and prospective federal employees to threats and blackmail, officials said.
Biodefense research used thousands of monkeys for painful experiments after 9/11.
Gangs court military personnel specifically because of their knowledge, reliable income, skills and proven dedication to a cause.