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We asked an expert what happens if the federal government goes to war with affirmative action in higher education.
After seizing the killer snakes, the cops found a small zoo's worth of protected reptiles stashed in the guy's apartment.
Young Moose has been tapped as the “Baltimore Boosie.” So why, at the beginning of 2017, was he working at a mall’s embroidery shop?
The DOJ has indicted or accepted guilty pleas from more than 40 people since it opened its investigation on FIFA in 2015. That tally could soon jump significantly.
Apparently Trump's cool with medicinal marijuana, but not the recreational kind.
Inmates are dying preventable deaths as the feds try to get local sheriffs in line.
Strip searches, unlawful stops, racial slurs—the police force that killed Freddie Gray sounds like a nightmare.
The United States went to great lengths to prosecute FIFA. But was their ultimate goal just to make money from civil asset forfeiture?
The Department of Justice probe comes less than two weeks after the release of the graphic video of 17-year-old Laquan McDonald being shot 16 times.
The Justice Department Says There's No Evidence of a Homicide in the Hanging Death of a Black Mississippi Man
The circumstances of Otis Byrd's death made headlines across the country in March, but authorities have concluded there was no foul play involved.
New rules imposed by the federal government will forbid Cleveland cops from using violence against people who are running or driving away from them.
As the bombing began in Afghanistan in 2001, social media didn't exist and Barack Obama was a state senator. Fourteen years later, the war is still going on, at least according to the Department of Justice.