In a speech to law enforcement officers on Friday in New York, Attorney General Jeff Sessions had some tough talk for a notorious street gang.
SOCOM will have to pay a fine and undergo ethics training following record keeping misconduct involving a proposed $45 million contract.
A Somali pirate was sentenced Wednesday to life plus 10 years in prison for his role in an attack on a U.S. Navy ship seven years ago.
As many as 5 million unregistered firearms are in the hands of Ukrainian civilians, a number that’s grown during the ongoing conflict in the country’s east.
Department of Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly announced a new office Wednesday that will provide information and services to victims of immigration crime.
In a unanimous vote Wednesday, the Michigan Senate passed a bill that would strip immunity from undercover officers who penetrate prostitutes during investigations.
Body camera footage released Monday shows four officers beating an unarmed man in North Carolina, and one officer pointing a gun to his temple and threatening to kill him.
Prosecutors allege the four men traded cash, booze, guns and “the services of prostitutes” for quicker processing on gun licenses.
Greg Gianforte, a Republican candidate for Congress who criticized his opponent for a gun registry idea, once made millions from a company that will soon build a gun registry.
Jurors on Monday handed down a mixed bag of results for six men charged in connection with an armed standoff near Cliven Bundy’s Nevada cattle ranch three years ago.