American Citizen who became an ISIS Sniper, Trained Other ISIS Members Charged with Providing...

He was born in Kazakhstan and became a citizen by naturalization. He's now been charged with providing and attempting to provide material support, including training, services and personnel to ISIS.

Feds Plan to Lease Sale 77.8 million acres in Gulf of Mexico

“The Trump administration is laser focused on developing our domestic offshore oil and gas resources in an environmentally conscious manner, and the Gulf of Mexico is front and center for that development."

Air Travel Consumer Report: May 2019 by the Numbers

Which airlines had the best and worst month in May 2019?

“Deadliest Catch” Cast Member Sentenced to 51 Months Imprisonment for Being a Felon in...

King received a sentencing enhancement for also being in possession of over 14 pounds of marijuana.

Fmr Customs Officer Pleads Guilty to Federal Charges for Running Illegal Firearms Business, Tax...

Among his charges were unlawfully possessing more than 40 machine guns and other prohibited firearms, failing to disclose his foreign financial interests and contacts in China in order to obtain a secret-level security clearance, and cheating on his federal income taxes.

Company to Pay $11 Million to Settle False Claims Allegations for Products Sold to...

The company has agreed to pay the United States $11 million to settle False Claims Act allegations that it supplied electrical connectors to the military that had not been properly tested

Justice Department: Opioid Crisis Operation’s Enhanced Sentencing, Cooperation is Working

“Our attorneys and law enforcement agents have spent the past year working tirelessly to disrupt the networks engaged in the trafficking of synthetic opioids."

Variations in Firearm Prohibition Enforcement Found at Airport Security Checkpoints

The TSA shows broad variations in how the agency and local law enforcement enforce firearm prohibitions enforcement at airport security checkpoints, press releases issued by the agency show.

CBP Agriculture Specialists Intercepting More & More Unusual Pests at Ports

U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) agriculture specialists have recently been intercepting more and more pests at ports of entry.