evidence (legal)

Samsung: Remove Galaxy S10, Note 10 screen protectors now

Samsung's new high-tech fingerprint reader on the latest Galaxy smartphones has a major flaw: It can be fooled by the residue left by your fingers on a screen protector. The company is warning customers who own the latest Galaxy S10 and Galaxy Note 10 phones to remove their screen protectors until Samsung releases a software update.

Flynn accuses prosecutors of withholding info before sentencing

Defense attorneys for former national security adviser Michael Flynn want federal prosecutors to be held in contempt, accusing them of withholding some of the most significant documents and audio recordings related to his criminal charge and the Mueller investigation.

Thailand upholds 2014 death sentence

Thailand's Supreme Court has upheld the death sentence for two Burmese migrant workers convicted of murdering two British backpackers on a Thai resort island in 2014.

Ga. election officials accused of destroying evidence

In a federal court filing, lawyers representing election integrity advocates accuse Georgia election officials of destroying evidence that was "ground zero for establishing hacking, unauthorized access, and potential of manipulation of election results."

Suspect in Maleah Davis case indicted

A grand jury in Texas has indicted a man who was already facing a charge in connection with the death of Maleah Davis, the Harris County District Attorney's Office said Thursday.

R. Kelly appears in Chicago court

Singer R. Kelly appeared Wednesday in a Chicago court, where a judge said he would like to set a trial date for early next year and prosecutors turned over a DVD allegedly showing pornographic images involving a minor.

Germany wants access to citizens' data, sparking new fears

A hidden audio recorder built to fit inside a bedroom door. A tiny camera stashed in a garden birdhouse. Secret odour-samplers embedded into living rooms sofa to collect signature body scents, to be stored for future use so sniffer dogs can track surveillance targets.

Florida court ruling in spa surveillance cases could help Robert Kraft

A Florida judge on Wednesday ruled that prosecutors can't use video surveillance in a handful of cases involving men accused of soliciting sex at a Florida day spa, a decision that could help Patriots owner Robert Kraft's efforts to suppress similar footage of him in a multicounty law enforcement operation.