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LinkedIn Hack Suspect Indicted in California

Yevgeniy Aleksandrovich Nikulin, 29, who was arrested in Prague this week, is accused of stealing information from LinkedIn among others.

Men Accused in Kansas Plot Prepared for 'Upheaval': Defense

A defense attorney said the trio accused of planning a car bomb attack on a building were only ready to defend themselves in case of social unrest.

Ex-Aide: I Told Christie About 'Bridgegate' Closures

Bridget Anne Kelly, the ex-deputy chief of staff to New Jersey Gov. Christie, broke her 3-year silence on the scandal known as 'Bridgegate.'

Pennsylvania Flooding Traps Residents

Dozens of people in Central Pennsylvania had to be evacuated because of flooding due to heavy rains overnight. WBRE's Lauren Hensley reports.

Who Shut Down the U.S. Internet Friday?

Some experts suspect the Russians, but other see no sign of Russian involvement in what they consider internet vandalism.