Federal agents missed a chance to pursue men connected to the shooting death of an Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agent in 2011 and improperly released another man involved in trafficking one of the weapons linked to the shooting scene, according to an inspector general’s report released Wednesday.
The Supreme Court is mainly ruling for African-Americans in Virginia who say lawmakers packed 12 legislative districts with black voters to make other districts whiter and more Republican.
Clean-up crews have removed 48 million pounds of trash so far from the largest Dakota Access oil pipeline protest camp — and they’re not finished yet.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions said Tuesday that he plans to target drug cartels and crack down on gun crimes to snuff out what could be the start of a national crime wave, evidenced by a recent uptick in homicides and other violence.
The Wisconsin Supreme Court has ruled that law enforcement officers can take blood samples from unconscious drivers without a warrant under certain circumstances.
A transgender-issues activist and Democratic candidate for Congress says the advent of the space tourism industry could give private corporations a “frightening amount of power” to destroy the Earth with rocks because of the Moon’s military importance.
The Oklahoma Supreme Court on Tuesday delivered a win for EPA administrator Scott Pruitt, halting the scheduled release of thousands of additional emails from Mr. Pruitt’s time as the state’s attorney general.
Along with tons of garbage left behind at the Dakota Access protest camp, at least eight dogs have been discovered since protesters departed last week under a federal evacuation order.
On one side were the “valedictorians,” the high-achieving illegal immigrant Dreamers who have become the face of the drive for a more lenient immigration policy.
The U.S. bishops are responding with solidarity and concern for the Jewish community, following a surge in anti-Semitic actions in recent weeks.
Once again drawing the ire of environmentalists, President Trump on Tuesday began to roll back a rule put in place by his predecessor that gave the federal government wide authority over small bodies of water across the country.
Howard University President Dr. Wayne A. I. Frederick was the target of graffiti attacks on campus Tuesday morning for his decision to meet with President Donald Trump.