Supreme Court rules police need a warrant to use phone records for tracking01:17
In a 5-4 decision, the Supreme Court ruled that police generally must have permission from a judge before they can get cell phone records to plot movements.
‘Hamilton’ begins three-week run in Puerto Rico, with Lin-Manuel Miranda in starring role01:18
‘Miracle on the Hudson’ captain, passengers raise a glass 10 years after the famous water landing01:35
Gillette ad about toxic masculinity and #MeToo movement draws praise and criticism01:09
PG&E to declare bankruptcy amid multibillion-dollar liability claims for its part in California wildfires01:15
Manhunt underway for hit and run driver who killed gas station attendant in NYC00:50
American detained in ISIS territory in Syria speaks out02:05