BOSTON (Reuters) - A federal judge on Friday denied a request by lawyers for accused Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev to take photographs of their imprisoned client without sharing them with prosecutors. Full story
Hillsborough deputies arrested a man who called himself a "sovereign citizen" for having a handgun on a school campus. Full story
Nigerian princes, FBI warnings about child pornography and cheap pills to enhance your sex life are a dime a dozen online. While most people know to avoid these scams, the Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3) has determined that almost 300,000 Americans in 2012 did not. Their ignorance cost them mo Full story
Bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev wrote a message inside the wall of the boat where he hid while attempting to evade police after the bombing. NBC’s Pete Williams reports.
The Huffington Post’s Howard Fineman and Mother Jones’ David Corn join Hardball to discuss the announcement that the acting director of the IRS has resigned.
The Treasury inspector general's report on the IRS was released Tuesday, and it stated that the agency used "inappropriate criteria" to target Tea Party groups. Chris Hayes discusses the report with New York Times reporter Nick Confessore.
Amanda Marie Berry and Georgina Lynn Dejesus are pictured in this combination photograph in undated handout photos released by the FBI. REUTERS/FBI/Handout via Reuters
FBI Executive Assistant Director Richard McFeely speaks at the Reuters Cybersecurity Summit in Washington May 13, 2013. REUTERS/Yuri Gripas
FBI operations center staff look on as FBI Director Robert Mueller (centre, L) talks with Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron (centre, R) as images from the bombings at the Boston Marathon are projected behind them, during a tour of the Strategic Information Operations Center at the headquarters
FBI Executive Assistant Director Richard McFeely speaks at the Reuters Cyber Summit in Washington May 13, 2013. REUTERS/Yuri Gripas (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)