Gov. Larry Hogan (R., Md.) took to Facebook to respond to a local blogger’s accusations that Hogan’s baldness and chemotherapy treatment are to blame for his policy, specifically ordering the closure of the Baltimore City Detention Center earlier this month.
Lieutenant Commander Timothy White of the United States Navy has not been charged under any punitive article of the Uniform Code of Military Justice for discharging his weapon at the scene of the Chattanooga shooting, according to a Navy news desk source.
A non-profit organization is working to turn around the climbing high school drop-out rate in the Hispanic community.
Cutting the scope of the federal government is the first step in minimizing the failures the institution has on serving the American people, according to Chris Edwards, director of tax policy studies at the Cato Institute, a nonpartisan, public policy think-tank.
The Department of Homeland Security has failed to address a single recommendation from a 2008 Critical National Infrastructures report to assess the threat of electromagnetic pulse (EMP) attacks and solar storms, according to Christopher Currie, director of homeland security and justice at the U.S. Government Accountability Office.
U.S. District Court Judge Rudolph Contreras said he was “concerned” about the preservation of crucial documents in the Hillary Clinton email acquisition process, according to documents obtained by Judicial Watch.
Newly obtained documents from the conservative educational foundation Judicial Watch detail an official memo from October 2010 of a meeting between Lois Lerner and officials at the Department of Justice and the FBI to plan for the prosecution of targeted nonprofit organizations.
Georgia lawmakers are requesting an investigation of a State Department decision to construct a new training facility in Virginia that would cost taxpayers millions.
Following the death of Bob Barry, Jr., the beloved sports director for KFOR News in Oklahoma, a local rival station, KOCO News, helped to staff the Channel 4 newsroom so that employees could attend his funeral service Friday.