President Trump’s original travel ban was disastrously implemented, the Homeland Security inspector general said in a new memo to Congress Monday.
A federal judge in California ruled against President Trump’s anti-sanctuary city executive order late Monday, saying that the White House’s proposal to stop all federal grant money flowing to jurisdictions that refuse to cooperate with deportation officers is unconstitutional.
The Trump administration said Monday it will cancel special temporary protected status for Haitians, giving nearly 60,000 a deadline of mid-2019 to either find another legal status in the U.S. or risk deportation.
After nearly a decade of debate that turned the project into a national flashpoint over energy development and environmentalism, the Keystone XL oil pipeline cleared Monday what looked to be its final regulatory hurdle in Nebraska — but it’s still not clear whether the project will be completed.
Whitefish Energy Holdings said late Monday that it was halting work to help restore power in Puerto Rico because the U.S. territory’s government has not paid crews as part of a contract that led to accusations of overcharging and incompetence and contributed to the resignation of the power company director.
One month before the Trump administration sparked outrage by reversing a ban on trophies from threatened African elephants, federal officials quietly loosened restrictions on the importation of heads and hides of lions shot for sport.
The Justice Department and the FBI have opened an investigation into “allegations of potential civil right violations by law enforcement officers” in St. Louis, Missouri, according to federal prosecutors, a development that follows outcry over the treatment and arrest of demonstrators protesting a police officer’s acquittal of murder charges.
Leigh Corfman, the first woman to accuse Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore of inappropriate behavior, said Monday she did not seek out the media.
Some Democrats rushed to the defense of Oakland Raiders running back Marshawn Lynch Monday after President Trump blasted him for sitting Sunday during “The Star-Spangled Banner” but standing for the Mexican national anthem.
Kiwi Herring was fatally shot by police earlier this year after she stabbed her neighbor with a butcher knife and slashed the arm of an officer.
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott announced a $20,000 reward Monday for information leading to the arrest and conviction of those responsible for killing one U.S. Border Patrol agent and seriously wounding another over the weekend.
The Justice Department moved to block AT&T’s attempt to acquire Time Warner Inc., saying in a lawsuit filed Monday that the $85 billion merger would shortchange American consumers by stifling innovation and potentially raising monthly cable bills.