A man charged in the murders of a Northwest D.C. family and their housekeeper is not believed to have acted alone, according to court documents unsealed Friday.
The Obama Justice Department issued new guidelines Friday for how the government should operate drones, including declaring a ban on flying them “to engage in discrimination,” ticking off race, ethnicity, gender, national origin, religion, sexual orientation and “gender identity” as out of bounds for drone targeting.
The CIA confirmed that its climate research program has ended — just days after President Obama called climate change “an immediate risk to our national security.”
A grand group of heroic flyers gets recognition: the Congressional Gold Medal was presented to American fighter aces collectively at the U.S. Capitol this week. Legislation is also being introduced to honor the Office of Strategic Services - the precursor of the CIA and U.S. special forces.
A Georgia man says he has no regrets after he turned the tables on a would-be carjacker and held him on the ground at gunpoint until police arrived.
Saida Grundy, the controversial incoming Boston University professor who recently apologized for calling white males are a “problem population,” was reportedly charged in 2008 with felony identity theft after she made a fake account for another woman on the adult website Fling.com.
Yes, now that a record 37.2 million Americans are all trying to reach the beach at once this weekend, the holiday traffic is bad. But there is at least a little reward here: The U.S. Travel Association reports that all this movement translates to a $12.3 billion direct boost to the U.S. economy. That’s about $330 per person.
Texas asked a federal judge Wednesday to consider imposing a fine on the Obama administration lawyers who misled the court over President Obama’s amnesty, filing papers saying the Justice Department is still trying to hide details of how Homeland Security botched the rollout of the program.
Daron Dylon Wint, suspected in the killings of a Northwest D.C. couple, their young son and their housekeeper, was captured Thursday night in Northeast, bringing a manhunt that stretched as far as New York City to a close.
The state’s attorney in Baltimore says all six officers charged in the police-custody death of Freddie Gray have been indicted by a grand jury.
Military caregivers say their faith is often what got them through the darkest times, and they urged religious leaders and advocates gathered on Capitol Hill on Thursday to help them out and learn more about the issue.
The National Institutes of Health is using hundreds of thousands of taxpayer dollars on grants to study the best ways to get gay people to quit smoking and abusing drugs and alcohol.