Documentary filmmaker and noted Hollywood liberal Michael Moore took part in an anti-Trump rally that prosecutors allege was organized by a number of Russian nationals suspected of meddling in the 2016 presidential election.
Despite opposition from the Department of Justice and a number of Senate Judiciary Committee Republicans, the Sentencing Reform and Corrections Act (SRCA) passed a crucial committee vote 16 to five on Thursday, with only Republicans dissenting.
FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe is stepping down from the bureau effective Monday, according to multiple reports.
The Trump administration will back the Catholic Church’s lawsuit against the Washington, D.C., public transit agency for refusing to accept a Christmas advertisement featuring a manger scene.
The Department of Justice filed an amicus brief Thursday in support of students claiming they were discriminated against after the state of Montana denied them placement in a tax credit scholarship program because the school they attended was a Christian one.
73 percent of the 549 individuals convicted of international terrorism-related charges in U.S. federal courts were immigrants, according to a new report issued Tuesday by the Departments of Justice and Homeland Security.
Southwestern border states that legalize medical marijuana see a notable decline in violent crime rates, especially in border counties and as compared against states that do not, a recently released study concluded.
The three-year decline in America’s prison population, a reversal of multiple decades of increase, saw a concurrent decrease in the number of Americans held for property, drug, and immigration offenses, and an increase in those incarcerated for violent offenses.