The Department of Justice will hand over $98 million to 179 law enforcement agencies across the country—which will pay for more than 800 new full-time officers—with 80 percent of the money going to jurisdictions that allow federal immigrant officials inside their local jails.
There's a backlash against powerful men who believe they can do whatever they want, to whomever they choose.
Conservative politicians cry 'Fake news!' whenever there are true stories unfavorable to them.
Speaking at a Federalist Society event, he said, "Is Ambassador Kislyak in the room?"
It was a horrifying moment as the President expressed the thoughts and desires of an autocrat.
Thirteen things senators need to know if Moore wins the Alabama election.
Will the Senate Judiciary Committee subpoena him to get full disclosure?
Border Patrol agents are the most likely to be fired for poor discipline and bad performance.
If retaliation against CNN motivates the DOJ's decision, the administration has violated the First Amendment.
At least $12,000 of the president's defense funds have come from a Ukrainian-born billionaire with ties to Putin.
The results are surprising because Trump and his administration have repeatedly called for more "law and order" and moved to lengthen prison sentences.
Merchandise trade with Mexico and Canada last year totaled more than $1 trillion—nearly 6 percent of US GDP.
It's high time Trump stood up to Putin's aggression and played Churchill rather than Chamberlain.
Neil Buchanan writes that Republicans are hell bent on delivering huge windfalls to their mega-patrons.
The aura of defeat may discourage Republican donors who do not want to throw money away.
The Attorney General must explain himself today to the House Judiciary Committee.
Senators Corker, Flake and McCain have indicated that Trump is fundamentally unfit to be president.
The meeting that did not happen could have been a symbolic coup for Moscow. Lavrov's anger was understandable.
Angel Ramos, 36, is accused of stabbing a woman in his moving car several times with a flathead screwdriver in northeast Colorado last week.
Trump subscribes to a very simplistic—and wrong—understanding of international trade.
Five experts weigh in on the successes and failures and where to go from here.
But the Dems are having problems recruiting candidates in some vulnerable congressional districts.
During the campaign, Trump promised Iraqi and Syrian Christians protection and they rewarded him with their votes.
Some unpatriotic, selfish and backwards Americans see taxes as theft by government.
Whatever they pass, they'll call it 'reform' and Trump will call it 'tremendous.'