Man starved to death in Arkansas jail despite 11 years federal of oversight
The Department of Justice is eyeing the death of Larry Eugene Price, Jr., a mentally ill man who spent a year in jail because he couldn't pay $100 in bail.
Senator seeks oversight of moving scams following Newsweek investigation
Sen. Richard Blumenthal said the Department of Transportation must do more, but did not address whether he would introduce legislation to deal with the problem.
Feds accused of issuing 'licenses to steal' as moving company scams rise
Complaints about moving companies to the Department of Transportation have more than doubled since 2015, with Florida leading the nation.
Travel Nurses Suing Agencies Say Their Pay was Slashed in 'Bait and Switch'
Nurses across the U.S. report having their pay cut up to 70% after they relocate for work. Now some are trying to fight back via class actions.
One Year Later: Abandoned Afghan Allies Ponder America's Broken Promises
'They all feel betrayed. How can you not feel betrayed? To leave that country the way we did? That wasn't a withdrawal. It was a retreat.'
Biden Rescue of Afghan Interpreter in 'Media Stunt' Left Hundreds Stranded
'We tried to question why they were just taking Aman and his family. No one replied.'