Our government catches big banks ignoring regulations all the time. But instead of putting them on trial and throwing reckless executives in jail, the Department of Justice nearly always agrees to a 'deferred prosecution agreement' - a type of deal...
Sexual assault on campus is a national crisis. One in five college women will be sexually assaulted before graduation, and over 100 colleges are under investigation by the federal government for mishandling cases of assault.
Case update: After more than a year behind bars, journalists Mohamed Fahmy and Baher Mohamed have been released - but face retrial on 9 May. Thanks to your support, their colleague Peter Greste was finally allowed to return to Australia after 400 days
Moments ago, the Oregon House of Representatives joined the State Senate and voted to pass expanded background checks. That means, after years of hard work, the next and final stop for this important bill - legislation that that will save lives - is...
That's why I'm calling on Congress to pass the Police CAMERA Act of 2015, a bipartisan bill that would create a pilot grant program to assist state and local law enforcement agencies with purchasing or leasing body-worn cameras.
The Republicans' "Work Harder for Less" budget makes it harder for hardworking Americans to buy a home, pay for college, and save for a secure retirement - all while empowering special interests and paving the way for huge tax breaks for millionaires.
Taking climate-change denial to a whole new level, Republicans in Congress are attempting to force massive cuts on NASA's budget for Earth science. The House Committee on Science, Space and Technology voted Thursday to slash NASA's budget for that area..
HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) - Police arrested several women during a prostitution sting in Honolulu. But the women have not been arrested for prostitution, and some say the women shouldn't have been arrested at all.
The German Green Party and the Left threaten to go to court, if the government fails to disclose what it knows with regard to cooperation between GermanyâEUR(TM)s foreign intelligence agency and its US counterpart, according to the Welt am Sonntag newspaper.
The uproar over the US Department of Homeland SecurityâEUR(TM)s license plate-scanning campaign has led the agency to scale back its operation. Yet even with modifications to the program, the agency will still record plates from at least half of US states.