Subtle changes made in the criminal charges against six Baltimore police officers could reflect weaknesses in the hurriedly filed case arising from the death of Freddie Gray, legal experts say.
Two senior Secret Service supervisors were probably drunk when they drove through emergency barriers onto the White House grounds on the night of March 4, shoving a protective barrel aside and passing inches from a package that officers feared might contain a bomb.
Atty Gen. Loretta Lynch reached into the ranks of top FBI administrators Tuesday for new leadership at the troubled Drug Enforcement Administration.
John Hinckley Jr. is a selfish, lying narcissist who can not be trusted to live on his own without substantial restrictions on his movements and Internet access, a federal prosecutor told a judge here Tuesday.
John Hinckley Jr. is on the verge of pulling off a feat no other American has: shooting a U.S. president and going home a free man.
Obama administration officials and lawmakers are calling for greater accountability and tougher disciplinary procedures at the Drug Enforcement Administration after the agency imposed only light punishments on agents who forgot a San Diego man in a holding cell, leaving him without food or water...
In a remarkably swift response to community demands for action, Baltimore's prosecutor announced criminal charges Friday against six city police officers who arrested and transported Freddie Gray, a 25-year-old black man who died after being severely injured in police custody.
After a brief flurry of arrests at the beginning of the 10 p.m. curfew, the streets surrounding Baltimore’s City Hall emptied quickly save for a large crowd of police, National Guardsmen and media members.