The Department of Justice paints a picture of Ferguson police as driven by revenue, not justice.
Mayor framed the plan as part of a larger effort to reach out to the city's Muslim communities.
The President's executive action on immigration, which includes deportation relief for millions of illegal immigrants, will remain in place.
The report will describe a climate of racial animosity,The New York Times said Monday.
An estimated 85 percent of DHS workers will still report to work, though without pay.
Live long and prosper, Mr. Spock.
The bulldog and French bulldog, meanwhile, continue their ascent.
Obama's immigration policies in dispute.
Tracy Rowlett and Byron Harris of WFAA-TV in Dallas told Media Matters that O'Reilly was in Dallas, not Florida, when Lee Harvey Oswald confidante George de Mohrenschildt killed himself in Palm Springs.
"I am coming after you with everything I have," O'Reilly said. "You can take it as a threat," the Times reported.
The Fox News anchor's anecdote about coming under fire by the Argentine army in the Falklands is being challenged.
"I do not believe the president loves America," Politico quotes Giuliani as saying Wednesday.
The ex-Florida governor didn't go far outside his comfort zone for his foreign policy cadre.
Clancy, a 27-year Secret Service veteran and trusted insider, takes over a troubled agency as its permanent chief.
His ruling means the Homeland Security department may not shut down—for a while.
The 81-year-old Supreme Court Justice admitted in a recent interview she was not "100 percent sober" at the event.
Carter benefited from bipartisan support after he was nominated in December.
It appears to have been an accident and not a leak.
The protections eliminated by Brownback were the only protections LGBT workers in Kansas had.
NYPD officer Peter Liang faces a manslaughter charge for the November death of 28-year-old Akai Gurley, according to multiple reports.
The former Florida governor and presidential hopeful released a treasure trove of constituents' personal details as part of the launch of his new book.
Same-Sex Marriage Is Legal in Alabama—or Is It?
President compares the actions of ISIS to those during the Crusades and the Inquisition.
Did 108 people really die from measles vaccines in the past decade? No, but don't tell anti-vaxxers that.
Executive action on immigration, NSA surveillance: OK. Waterboarding? Not so much. Here's what AG nom Loretta Lynch had to say on day one.