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The state's "cooling off" period will remain as the issue of gun control is once more in the national spotlight after last week's school shooting... [Read More]
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Rachel Brand plans to leave the government "in the next few weeks," which means she'll be stepping down after just shy of nine months on... [Read More]
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Rachel Brand, the Justice Department's third-ranking official, is stepping down to take a job in the private sector, close friends of hers said Friday. [Read More]
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"The long-term negative collateral consequences are substantial, they're real, and I would hope the president would pull back," the former attorney general said Wednesday. [Read More]
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Prosecutors said Naif Abdulaziz Alfallaj, 34, a Saudi citizen, failed to indicate on his application for a U.S. visa that he attended the camp in... [Read More]
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Prosecutors said Naif Abdulaziz Alfallaj, 34, a Saudi citizen, failed to indicate on his application for a U.S. visa that he attended the camp in... [Read More]
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The U.S. Supreme Court Monday declined to stop Pennsylvania from having to draw new maps for its congressional elections, turning down an appeal from the... [Read More]
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The FBI considers a memo by House Republicans about the Trump-Russia investigation to be inaccurate and misleading, the agency said. [Read More]
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Government prosecutors have decided not to retry New Jersey Sen. Bob Menendez on corruption charges, after a judge threw out some of the counts last... [Read More]
FBI Director Chris Wray sent a message to all bureau employees suggesting deputy Andrew McCabe's decision to step aside was tied to an inspector general's... [Read More]
The Justice Department told 23 local governments Wednesday that they must prove they are abiding by an immigration law if they want to continue receiving... [Read More]
Sessions is the first known member of Trump's cabinet to be interviewed, and his rank may show Mueller is zeroing in on top officials as... [Read More]
The Statue of Liberty is not accepting huddled masses at this time, but the beleaguered U.S. Post Office is still processing packages and delivering mail. [Read More]
Officials tell NBC News that Jerry Chun Shing Lee may have gotten 20 U.S. spies in China killed, and that the Chinese may have tipped... [Read More]
The Trump travel ban has a return engagement before the U.S. Supreme Court, after the justices said Friday they will take up the government's appeal... [Read More]
The Justice Department notified a federal judge Friday that it will again put Senator Robert Menendez of New Jersey on trial, after a jury deadlocked... [Read More]
Don't let frigid temperatures get in the way of your exercise. [Read More]
Justice Department lawyers on Thursday took the highly unusual step of asking the Supreme Court to review the case now, before the appeals court acts. [Read More]
Former CIA officer Jerry Lee has been charged with possession of classified information, but is suspected of betraying American agents in China. [Read More]
A Trump administration official said Friday that a revived investigation of the Clinton Foundation "has been going on for months." [Read More]
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