Live video feeds from cameras across Hartford, Connecticut, light up a wall of flat-screen monitors in a high-tech room at the city's old police department, while computers take in data from license plate readers and a gunshot detection system.
A tech company that provided software services for Arizona's voter registration system says Secretary of State Michele Reagan is wrong to blame it for delays in sending publicity pamphlets to at least 400,000 voters before the May 17 special election.
French police have raided Google's Paris offices as part of an investigation into "aggravated tax fraud" and money laundering, authorities said Tuesday. The raid is the latest regulatory headache for the American search engine-and-email company, which like other Silicon Valley firms faces increasing questions about its complex tax arrangements.
A plan gaining support in Congress and backed by the cargo shipping industry would establish a nationwide policy for dumping ballast water into U.S. waterways that environmental groups say would open the door to more invasive species like zebra and quagga mussels, which have wreaked economic havoc from the Great Lakes to the West Coast.
Power shovels and a bulldozer have destroyed a huge mound of 2 million illegally copied CDs and DVDs outside Algeria's Culture Ministry, as part of a government pledge to crack down on long-rampant digital piracy.
American biochemical engineer Frances Arnold, whose discoveries in "directed evolution" have helped produce medicines, including drugs for treating diabetes, on Tuesday was awarded this year's euro 1 million ($1.2 million) Millennium Technology Prize.
Gov. Nikki Haley is among 10 Republican governors urging the head of the Federal Communications Commission to give states more autonomy in fighting the issue of cellphone that inmates have illegally in prison.
In these excerpts from Wesley Lambertus' closing argument, Lambertus, the lead prosecutor in the trial of two men charged in the 2012 death of Columbus barber Charlie Artis, challenges some key assertions made by defense attorneys during their closes.
Lead prosecutor to jury: "Ladies and gentleman, this is the murder weapon"
Update: Trial continues this morning in barber's homicide
On being homeless: It takes time to get off the streets
Columbus motorcyclists ride so homeless can walk in new shoes