"The world must be coming to an end," one scientist joked.
The secret bunker was uncovered by experts from a San Bernardino County police gang unit.
"Being a loud-mouthed c*** in the ghetto you would think someone would have shot this b**** by now …," Michael Selyem said of Maxine Waters.
A 26-year-old California man was sentenced to two years in federal prison after impersonating an ICE agent and tracking down alleged undocumented persons with fake police lights, DHS badges and bogus uniforms.
The new requirement could allow immigration officials to peruse the search histories of permanent residents and naturalized citizens.
Family members of three victims claim that the companies permitted the Islamic State militant group (ISIS) to flourish on social media.
Eight-year-old Jonathan Martinez died from gunshot wounds hours after a murder-suicide in his special needs classroom.
Enrique Marquez Jr., 25, will plead guilty to conspiring with Syed Rizwan Farook in 2011 and 2012 to attack a community college and commuters on a Southern California freeway, prosecutors said.
Police Foundation document also details the carnage found at the scene of the shooting, which killed 14 people.
California arguably is ideal ground for Hillary Clinton to call out Bernie Sanders for his gun-voting record.
Syed Raheel Farook's brother could face up to five years in prison.
The bureau may be allowed to withhold how it cracked an iPhone belonging to one of the San Bernardino shooters.
The companies will contest government arguments that the All Writs Act compels Apple to comply with its request.
The Apple case has raised the issue of whether the tech giant gives foreign governments things it refuses to give to the FBI.
Apple's refusal to crack open an extremist's iPhone is a matter of principle—and market share.
Apple's argument that Congress needs new authority to require it to assist the FBI appears to be wrong.
Victims will file a legal brief in support of the U.S. government's attempt to force Apple to unlock the encrypted iPhone belonging to one of the shooters.
Organizers tell 'Newsweek' the battle is "one of the most important fights of our generation."
If companies are to be forced to unlock encrypted technology, that mandate should come from Congress.
Adam Schiff expressed willingness to create ground rules for when tech firms should grant the authorities access to their products.
Tech companies and presidential candidates join the battle lines over digital encryption.