A 1989 study found that FBI recruits were unable to differentiate between fake weapons and actual firearms in real time.
"A documented white nationalist has no place in any presidential administration, and especially not in such an influential position," the representatives wrote.
Hill will be the eleventh witness to testify publicly before the Intelligence Committee Thursday morning.
The director of the Bureau of Prisons said that "any allegations of misconduct are taken very seriously by the agency and will be responded to appropriately."
In August, after a pair of mass shootings in El Paso and Dayton, a credible effort was mobilized to pass some sort of meaningful gun legislation.
The correctional officers allegedly sat at a desk just 15 feet away from the cell where Epstein would hang himself, according to the indictment.
Schiff is a leading figure in the House's impeachment inquiry, which began its public phase this week.
Annie Ford, 51, created falsified documents that she submitted to a New York lender in support of a loan application.
On the whole, Americans still believe religion is a positive force in American society, even if they don't want these organizations to mingle with politics.
Jason Brown, 37, is accused of providing $1,500 to a confidential informant with the understanding that the money would be wired to a front-line ISIS soldier.
The 1976 Arms Export Control Act gives the president the authority to control the flow of weapons out of U.S. borders.
While conducting a traffic stop, deputies noticed the handle of a "machete or bowie knife" protruding from a compartment inside the car.
Saugus High School is home to about 2,400 students and is located in the heart of the Santa Clarity Valley, near Interstate 5.
The number of religious bias crimes, like the number of bias crimes in general, has risen sharply in recent years.
Beyond the electoral milestones, Democrats reportedly plan to inaugurate several additional historical firsts when they wrest control of the legislature next year.
Sixty-eight percent of Texas voters indicated support for extreme risk protection orders or "red flag" laws.
Leaked data from a now defunct neo-Nazi website revealed extremist beliefs among active duty service members.
The group was also outspent by organizations such as Everytown and Giffords, which invested heavily in the Virginia legislative races.
"The defendant invoked a terrifying symbol of racial violence to threaten and intimidate the victims for no other reason than their race and where they lived," the Justice Department said.
The case concerns three Illinois residents who filed a federal civil rights lawsuit alleging a failure to protect African American children from gun violence.
The Outlaws were described in court documents as using "violence, fear and intimidation to impose their will, make money and protect criminal enterprises."
The event, titled "Rally for Your Rights," was organized largely by gun-rights enthusiasts without the backing of major pro-gun organizations.
"Owning a firearm is a privilege not a right," Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said in September as the country's parliament considered new gun control laws.
Virginia has become a battleground for national interest groups after an unusually promising push for gun control sparked backlash among gun-rights proponents in the state.
"The smuggling of drugs into the state prison is an ongoing battle," Sheriff W.E. Bozeman of Georgia's Mitchell County said in a press release.
Dan Boren had been ensnared in some of the NRA's legal disputes during a period of unprecedented internal turmoil at the organization.
Dmitriy Andreychenko's attorney told Newsweek that his client is a "good man" who erred in judgment.
Former correctional officer David M. Schwartz, 48, admitted in his plea agreement to punching the detainee in the face "while he was handcuffed and posing no threat."
Carolyn Meadows is a relatively new NRA president, although she is a longtime member of the organization.