"What we've learned is justice will not be served when it comes to Donald Trump. It just won't," MSNBC host Joe Scarborough said Friday.
Branson, 61, allegedly received thousands of dollars from the Russian government to run the Russian Center New York, which she founded in 2012.
The cartel has been linked to multiple massacres in Mexico involving burned and dismembered bodies.
Gaetz compared the investigation against him to those looking at former President Donald Trump's alleged ties to Russia.
The extremist group allegedly stored "at least three luggage carts' worth of gun boxes, rifle cases, and suitcases filled with ammunition" at a hotel.
The university said Morris' recorded comments "are not consistent with the university's values or the trainings provided on sexual misconduct at Utah State..."
Griffin, 44, faces a minimum sentence of 10 years in prison up to life behind bars for each count, according to the Department of Justice.
"If his name weren't Victor Hill, your honor, we wouldn't be here," defense attorney Lynsey Barron said in a hearing on a request to dismiss the indictment.
Government to investigate whether racial bias played a factor in majority-Black Lowndes County's wastewater issues.
The automotive tech mogul is accused of using Caribbean entities to hide $2 billion worth of income from the IRS over the span of 20 years.
"Don't thank me...it's my duty," Naser Almadaoji told an individual he believed to be a member of ISIS after translating a document from Arabic to English.
The Biden administration could offer around $450,000 a person in compensation to migrant families. Meanwhile, roughly 5,000 are journeying north through Mexico.
The gang members violently beat their fellow member because he was considering joining another prison gang, according to the Department of Justice.
He ripped out the restaurant's computer terminals, smashed glassware, threw chairs and said, "We came to kill you! We will kill you!"
The Supreme Court announced it will consider reinstating the death penalty for Tsarnaev in October after it was overturned in 2020.
Curzio pleaded guilty to one count of parading, demonstrating or picketing in a Capitol building and will be released with time served.
Michael Sherwin, the former acting U.S. attorney in Washington, D.C., has left the Justice Department and can no longer suffer disciplinary consequences for comments he made to CBS' "60 Minutes" about the January 6 Capitol attack.
The judge in the case has slowed down the Justice Department's attempts to dismiss charges against Flynn.
The belongings included "his grandfather's military service medals, a dresser that was handmade by his great-grandfather, and his deceased cousin's military gear and mementos.
Legal authorities retrieved jewelry, over $120,000 in cash, a $125,000 Range Rover vehicle and over $3 million from 10 bank accounts.
For the worst of the worst of the worst, there is only one just punishment.
The man's body was discovered hanging from a tree in the city on Monday.
The expansion will finally address longstanding worries that the cemetery had become too crowded to permit new burials.
Usually, DEA officers must keep enforcement activities to situations involving federal drug crimes, but now they can interrogate and arrest protesters.
Flynn suspects the current judge overseeing his case of wanting to "propose contempt and perjury charges against" him.
Republicans are adamant that the source of leaks on the Russia probe's first indictment be found.
Former U.S. officials say Scaramucci's recent comments indicate a breakdown in the democratic norms of the White House.
The GEO Group donated six-figure sums to a pro-Trump group, and is now receiving nine-figure government contracts.