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An American couple will have to pay Nintendo over $12 million for running websites that offered free downloads of classic video games


The hacker who targeted Xbox Live and PlayStation Network is facing 10 years in jail for knocking the gaming networks offline


El Chapo's trial sees 27 jurors dismissed — some for the most bizarre reasons



Jeff Sessions got a spirited send-off as he left the Justice Department after stepping down as attorney general


'I was angry, and I sent it out': Woman admits she fabricated a claim about writing an anonymous letter that accused Brett Kavanaugh of sexual assault


Take a look behind the scenes of 'The People's Court' to see how TV court shows really work



Facebook has discovered an Iranian influence campaign that was followed by more than 1 million people


Sally Yates gave her sharpest criticism yet against Trump: 'Is all of this a momentary detour? Or has our country lost its way?'


US immigration officials met with Amazon to discuss using its controversial facial recognition surveillance technology


5 things Hollywood gets wrong about lawyers --  and 2 things it gets right


Facebook is battling a tidal wave of fake news and misinformation on WhatsApp in Brazil


Tim Cook demands Bloomberg retract its report on Chinese chip hacking: 'There is no truth in their story'



Microsoft fired the guy overseeing its NFL partnership for allegedly scalping company Super Bowl tickets and trying to fake $1.4 million in invoices


Facebook has 'tentatively' concluded that spammers, not foreign agents, are to blame for the biggest hack in its history


This $500 device wants to make it easy for you to ditch your Google or Yahoo email account and run your own, private email server


White House counsel Don McGahn is out



'This is what happens when you elect a moron to the presidency': Michael Avenatti claps back at Trump's 'Horseface' tweet toward Stormy Daniels


Trump scores a 'total victory' after federal judge dismisses Stormy Daniels' lawsuit and orders her to pay his legal fees


Hackers stole millions of Facebook users’ personal data — here’s why you should be worried


Hackers stole millions of Facebook users' highly sensitive data — and the FBI has asked it not to say who might be behind it