News Media Sues FBI For Details On Hacking San Bernardino Gunman's iPhoneThe Associated Press and two other news organizations have sued the FBI to learn who it paid and how much it spent to hack into a locked iPhone as part of a California terrorism investigation.
All-Time High: Poll Finds 61 Percent Support Marijuana LegalizationA new poll released Friday finds more than six in 10 Americans are now supporting the legalization of marijuana.
SFO Says Nearby Homeless Responsible For 16 Perimeter Breaches Over The Past Decade, Shelter DisagreesIt was the list no airport wanted to top, but coming in at number one in an Associated Press investigation, San Francisco International Airport had 37 perimeter breaches in the past decade.
San Francisco International Airport Tops Nation In Perimeter Breaches, Mineta San Jose 5thWhile the security problems at Mineta San Jose International Airport made worldwide headlines, an investigation by The Associated Press set to be released Sunday discovered San Francisco has had the most breaches in the past decade.
Bill Would Protect California Reporters' Phone RecordsState agencies would be required to give journalists five days' notice before they issue subpoenas to a third-party company for telephone records under legislation announced Thursday by a state senator.
Phony AP Tweet Says President Hurt In White House Explosions; Stocks BounceHackers compromised Twitter accounts of The Associated Press on Tuesday, sending out a false tweet about an attack at the White House.