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Supreme Court may put new limits on government access to cellphone data

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| In arguments at the Supreme Court on Wednesday, a majority of justices raised concerns about privacy in the modern digital age.

Video shows Anaheim police using headlock, Taser on suspect who later died


Taken from bodyworn and surveillance cameras, they show officers Woojin Jun and Daniel Wolfe trying to arrest Fermin Valenzuela, 32, on July 2, 2016. It was in response to a 911 call saying that the suspect had followed a woman home.


1 deputy, 1 suspect injured in shooting in Santa Clarita


Deputies were responding to a call to an apartment complex after a woman reported that two men walked up to her car as she was parking the vehicle andone of them aimed a gun at her.

Gunman dead after firing from Reno building where Vegas shooter owned unit


A gunman opened fire from the eighth story of a luxury high-rise in Reno in an eerie echo of the Las Vegas shooting two months earlier that killed dozens. No one was injured.

#MeToo and the role of 'innocent until proven guilty'


It's an important idea in a court of law, but should it have a role in the court of public opinion?


Hollywood designer Gary Goddard on leave amid accusations


Goddard has denied accusations from actor Anthony Edwards and another actor, who say Goddard molested them when they were children.

Harvey Weinstein resigns from Directors Guild of America


The DGA said last month that Weinstein was facing expulsion after dozens of women came forward to accuse the movie mogul of sexual harassment or sexual assaults.

Police fatally shoot suspect who fired on them in South Gate


The suspect was wanted for allegedly sending his live-in girlfriend to a hospital after striking her with a handgun. He reportedly opened fire on officers from a pickup parked in South Gate Monday.

SoCal lawyer admits running $50 million visa-fraud scam


A Southern California attorney has pleaded guilty to fraud and money laundering as part of a scheme authorities say collected more than $50 million from wealthy Chinese investors seeking green cards.