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Read more about Dems allege cover-up on Secret Service texts, demand records
Read more about Dems allege cover-up on Secret Service texts, demand records

Dems allege cover-up on Secret Service texts, demand records

Aug 02, 2022
Read more about Dems allege cover-up on Secret Service texts, demand records
Read more about Dems allege cover-up on Secret Service texts, demand records
Top congressional Democrats have requested sit-down interviews and internal documents from the Department of Homeland Security's inspector general as part of a deepening investigation into the agency's handling of now-deleted Secret Service text messages surrounding the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol.
Read more about Man who stormed Capitol with gun gets longest prison term
Read more about Man who stormed Capitol with gun gets longest prison term

Man who stormed Capitol with gun gets longest prison term

Aug 02, 2022
Read more about Man who stormed Capitol with gun gets longest prison term
Read more about Man who stormed Capitol with gun gets longest prison term
A Texas man convicted of storming the U.S. Capitol with a holstered handgun, helmet and body armor was sentenced Monday to more than seven years in prison, the longest sentence imposed so far among hundreds of Capitol riot cases.
Read more about FBI open to settling claims by gymnasts abused by Nassar
Read more about FBI open to settling claims by gymnasts abused by Nassar

FBI open to settling claims by gymnasts abused by Nassar

Jul 30, 2022
Read more about FBI open to settling claims by gymnasts abused by Nassar
Read more about FBI open to settling claims by gymnasts abused by Nassar
The FBI has reached out to attorneys representing Olympic gold medalist Simone Biles and other women who were sexually assaulted by Larry Nassar to begin settlement talks in the $1 billion claim they brought against the federal government, according to three people familiar with the matter.
Read more about Parkland trial a rare, curtailed look at mass shooting gore
Read more about Parkland trial a rare, curtailed look at mass shooting gore

Parkland trial a rare, curtailed look at mass shooting gore

Aug 01, 2022
Read more about Parkland trial a rare, curtailed look at mass shooting gore
Read more about Parkland trial a rare, curtailed look at mass shooting gore
Few Americans outside law enforcement and government ever see the most graphic videos or photos from the nation's worst mass shootings — in most states, such evidence is only displayed at trial and most such killers die during or immediately after their attacks. They never make it to court.
Read more about Judge limits privilege defense in AZ Mormon sex abuse case
Read more about Judge limits privilege defense in AZ Mormon sex abuse case

Judge limits privilege defense in AZ Mormon sex abuse case

Aug 20, 2022
Read more about Judge limits privilege defense in AZ Mormon sex abuse case
Read more about Judge limits privilege defense in AZ Mormon sex abuse case
An Arizona judge overseeing a high-profile lawsuit accusing the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints of conspiring to cover-up child sex abuse has ruled that the church may not refuse to answer questions or turn over documents under the state’s “clergy-penitent privilege.”
Read more about Invisible ink, coded papers add mystery to ID theft case
Read more about Invisible ink, coded papers add mystery to ID theft case

Invisible ink, coded papers add mystery to ID theft case

Aug 01, 2022
Read more about Invisible ink, coded papers add mystery to ID theft case
Read more about Invisible ink, coded papers add mystery to ID theft case
Bobby Edward Fort was 27 when he enlisted in the Coast Guard in 1994 and retired 22 years later with a secret security clearance that allowed him to land a job in Honolulu as a defense contractor. But in reality, Bobby Fort was long dead.
Read more about Feds: Illegal dumping in Houston may violate civil rights
Read more about Feds: Illegal dumping in Houston may violate civil rights

Feds: Illegal dumping in Houston may violate civil rights

Jul 24, 2022
Read more about Feds: Illegal dumping in Houston may violate civil rights
Read more about Feds: Illegal dumping in Houston may violate civil rights
The Justice Department said Friday it is investigating illegal dumping in Houston, including dead bodies and medical waste, that officials said is plaguing Black and Latino neighborhoods in the nation’s fourth largest city.
Read more about Steve Bannon's contempt conviction hailed by 1/6 committee
Read more about Steve Bannon's contempt conviction hailed by 1/6 committee

Steve Bannon's contempt conviction hailed by 1/6 committee

Jul 24, 2022
Read more about Steve Bannon's contempt conviction hailed by 1/6 committee
Read more about Steve Bannon's contempt conviction hailed by 1/6 committee
Steve Bannon, a longtime ally of former President Donald Trump, was convicted Friday of contempt charges.
Read more about Mississippi clinic ends challenge of near-ban on abortion
Read more about Mississippi clinic ends challenge of near-ban on abortion

Mississippi clinic ends challenge of near-ban on abortion

Jul 21, 2022
Read more about Mississippi clinic ends challenge of near-ban on abortion
Read more about Mississippi clinic ends challenge of near-ban on abortion
The Mississippi abortion clinic that was at the center of the U.S. Supreme Court decision that overturned Roe v. Wade ended a lawsuit Tuesday in which it had sought to block the state from enforcing a law that bans most abortions.
Read more about Frequent lockdowns may have contributed to Uvalde tragedy
Read more about Frequent lockdowns may have contributed to Uvalde tragedy

Frequent lockdowns may have contributed to Uvalde tragedy

Jul 21, 2022
Read more about Frequent lockdowns may have contributed to Uvalde tragedy
Read more about Frequent lockdowns may have contributed to Uvalde tragedy
Teachers and students at Robb Elementary School knew the safety protocols when an 18-year-old with an AR-15 style rifle entered the building in May. Dozens of times in the previous four months alone, the campus had gone into lockdown or issued security alerts.