Questions After FBI Hacks iPhone & Ends Legal BattleThe legal fight pitting the Obama administration against technology giant Apple ended unexpectedly after the FBI said that it used a mysterious method without Apple's help to hack into a California mass shooter's iPhone.
FBI: Attacker's Phone Possibly Accessible Without Apple HelpFederal prosecutors asked a judge to halt a much-anticipated hearing on their efforts to force Apple to unlock the phone. of San Bernardino attackers. The FBI may have found another way, and Apple's cooperation may no longer be needed.
U.S. Rebuts Apple Claim On iPhone Password ResetA decision to reset the password on an iCloud account associated with one of the San Bernardino attackers did not effectively thwart the investigation into the shooting, FBI officials said in a court filing.
Some San Bernardino Victims Support Efforts To Hack iPhoneSome family members of victims and survivors of the San Bernardino attack will file court papers in support of a judge's order that Apple Inc. help the FBI hack into a locked iPhone as part of its investigation, a lawyer and others say.
Apple CEO Says Feds Should Withdraw Demand For iPhone HackApple Inc. CEO Tim Cook says the U.S. government should withdraw its demand that Apple help the FBI hack a locked iPhone used by a shooter in the San Bernardino attack.
Apple To Fight Order To Unlock Shooter's iPhoneApple CEO Tim Cook said that his company will fight a federal magistrate's order to help the FBI hack into an encrypted iPhone belonging to one of the San Bernardino shooters.
Analysis: President Obama Offers Reassurance, Little Policy In SpeechStanding in the Oval Office, Obama sought to calm nerves and quiet a chorus of critics who charge the president has been too slow to acknowledge the threat posed by Islamic radicalism and too tepid in his response.
North Texas Father Creates Bullet Proof Backpack For SonThe attack in San Bernardino has many people re-evaluating just how safe they are at work or the safety of their children in school.