The U.S. and European terror forecast for 2017 'looks alarming,' in part because of increased pressure on ISIS and other terror groups on their home turf, according to a monthly assessment by House lawmakers.
Vote elevates close Trump ally to lead Justice Department The Senate confirmed Sen. Jeff Sessions as attorney general largely along party lines Wednesday evening, ushering in a dramatic shift in the Justice
For decades, the F/A-18 Hornet has been the Navy’s front-line combat jet – taking off from aircraft carriers around the globe to enforce no-fly zones, carry out strikes and even engage in the occasional
Many fellow students at Harvard Law School don’t remember the Supreme Court nominee participating in programs for poor and inmates Democrats on the Senate Judiciary Committee said Tuesday they would question
Judges Grill Lawyers on Trump Travel Ban Trump’s Education Pick Squeaks By GOP Plan to Overhaul Tax Code Gets Held Up at the Border White House Backs ‘Right to Try’ Law for Terminally Ill Patients GOP
President Trump on Wednesday brought the legal dispute over his immigration executive order into the court of public opinion, using a Washington law enforcement address to mount an urgent defense of the
California taxpayers are shelling out $25,000 a month for 40 hours of former U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder’s time to help the state strategize for upcoming clashes with the Trump administration, according