Federal prosecutions of illegal border crossers rose 60 percent in April compared to January, reflecting the Trump administration’s new “zero-tolerance” policy for illegal border crossers.
Assistant U.S. Attorneys called on the Senate to reject a proposed prison reform bill Monday, saying the bill would return dangerous criminals to the street without improving the quality of rehabilitation.
Catholic schools may better inculcate values of self-control in young children, a new study from the Thomas B. Fordham Institute suggests.
Methamphetamine overdose deaths have skyrocketed in the past decade, hitting numbers unheard of during the mid-2000s meth epidemic as tens of thousands of pounds of the drug flow across the southwest border.
The Trump administration expects to begin an ad campaign targeted at curbing opioid abuse next week, with a message that is expected to “shock the conscience.”
Agents seized 40 firearms, “significant” quantities of heroin and fentanyl, and more than a million dollars in cash last week while arresting 93 in Operation Safe Haven, the latest of several successful busts by the Drug Enforcement Administration’s newest division.
At the heart of Jonah Goldberg’s excellent new book is one simple, startling fact. It looks something like this:
Eighty-three percent of state-level prisoners were rearrested within nine years of their release, according to a new analysis released by the Bureau of Justice Statistics (BJS).
The Trump administration is set for another year of regulation trimming, according to federal “regulatory czar” Neomi Rao, who outlined her office’s Spring 2018 agenda for regulatory actions to the Free Beacon.
The Trump Administration filed a new regulation Friday that aims to create a “bright line” between abortion clinics and taxpayers’ money.