Peter Kirsanow, a commissioner of the United States Commission on Civil Rights, called on House leadership to reject an amendment that would render Attorney General Jeff Sessions’s reforms to asylum impotent.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced Thursday that the Department of Justice would spend more than $3.4 billion to compensate victims of crime, the largest single-year grant in 34 years.
The number of individuals apprehended trying to cross the border with Mexico fell for the second successive month in July, new data from U.S. Customs and Border Protection show.
A Chinese national and Massachusetts resident pleaded guilty on Tuesday to trafficking in kilogram quantities of the deadly opioid fentanyl.
A criminal going to prison substantially cuts the chances his peers and younger brothers will be jailed in the following four years, a new paper finds.
Two Congressional Republicans on Thursday introduced a proposal to implement federal paid leave for new parents.
President Donald Trump said Wednesday that his administration is working to pass a major prison reform bill, in spite of the criticism it has attracted from his own Department of Justice.
The U.S. fertility rate hit a 42-year low in the first quarter of 2018, new data released Wednesday by the Center for Disease Control show.
The Department of Justice is forcefully opposed to a major criminal justice reform bill, according to an internal letter sent last month and obtained by the Washington Free Beacon.