The NYPD has had upwards of $68 million in seized funds in its coffers in recent years. But the database that houses records for those funds has no backup.
A lawsuit filed last week seeks to keep militias and organizers of the “Unite the Right” event from fulfilling promises to return to Charlottesville.
Judge Susan Bolton says the former sheriff’s acceptance of a presidential pardon does not revise the historical facts of his criminal contempt case.
A new report says officers fired at least 40 rounds to stop shooter James Hodgkinson’s attack at a congressional baseball practice in June.
After a multi-state manhunt, police arrested a man late Wednesday suspected of shooting five people in Maryland before shooting another man in Delaware.
The newly released footage shows the deputy fire on a trailer park home before suffering a panic attack and having to be disarmed by a paramedic.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced Tuesday he’s looking to find a director to oversee the Justice Department’s controversial asset forfeiture program.
In its annual index, the Heritage Foundation says the U.S. military would struggle to fight in two major regional conflicts at the same time.
Florida Sen. Marco Rubio wants West Point officials to revoke the commission of an officer photographed with pro-communist messages while in uniform.
An Iraqi fighter known as “the sheikh of snipers” was killed last weekend in a battle with the Islamic State after 40 years on the battlefield.