Homeland Security is leaving thousands of detention beds empty even as it voluntarily releases thousands of murderers, kidnappers and other criminals, the chief of deportations admitted to Congress on Thursday as she faced families of those killed by freed illegal immigrant convicts.
Phil North was no fan of the proposed Pebble Mine, so when he was asked in 2010 to offer feedback on a draft petition urging the Environmental Protection Agency to kill the project, he pitched in with suggested language and edits.
Ashby Henderson used to grow vegetables for restaurants but says she has come out of the “weed closet” like scores of other D.C. women.
Baltimore police say a department sniper shot a man who walked into a TV station lobby wearing a full animal costume and surgical mask and displaying what appeared to be an explosive device on his chest.
Lawmakers want the U.S. Census Bureau to start counting gay people — but not all gay people are convinced they want to be counted.
The Campus Accountability and Safety Act, being billed as a bipartisan response to rape on college campuses, is drawing doubts over the matter of “accountability and safety” — for whom.
The Army on Thursday reversed a decision to discharge a decorated Green Beret for roughing up an Afghanistan police chief accused of raping a boy.
On Thursday, Trump Tower became the latest facility identified with a Republican presidential contender to be hit with a suspicious white powder.
The mother of a teenager who jumped out of a third-story window after eating a pot brownie was convicted in Colorado on Wednesday of a misdemeanor drug charge.
The Environmental Protection Agency came under fire Thursday after an official said the agency would not fully cover a Colorado county’s expenses stemming from the EPA-caused toxic wastewater spill at the Gold King Mine.
The longtime girlfriend of gangster James “Whitey” Bulger was sentenced Thursday to an additional 21 months in prison for refusing to testify before a grand jury investigating whether other people helped Bulger while he was a fugitive.
The brother of San Bernardino shooter Syed Rizwan Farook and two female family members were arrested Thursday on charges related to marriage fraud and visa misuse as part of the ongoing investigation into the deadly terror attack, federal authorities announced.