Attorney Mike Chase, behind the popular @CrimeADay Twitter feed, talks about his new book, How to Become a Federal Criminal.
Mike Chase, the man behind the popular @CrimeADay Twitter feed, on his new book, How to Become a Federal Criminal
A Texas City Attorney Was Arrested and Detained for Helping Three Young Migrants on the Side of the Road
One of the migrants was gravely ill.
Tariffs, threats to use antitrust regulations against big tech firms, and an interest in social media regulation could overshadow one of the adminstration's big victories
When the program becomes insolvent in the 2030s, the inevitable cuts will hit today's workers and retirees.
Surprised? Yeah, neither are we.
America will face "serious economic, security, and social challenges" if the national debt keeps growing at this rate.
Chalk it up to use-it-or-lose-it spending.
Unless we make some big changes, things won't get much better.
"At a time when the nation's really divided, let's try to do something good," says BudTrader CEO Brad McLaughlin.
"We shouldn't have to think about self-censoring what we say online."
You can't have it both ways.
Yes, the government shutdown is to blame. No, it's not that big of a deal.
It all comes down to one man.
No but really, the shutdown is probably going to happen.
It sounds like Trump is folding, which is probably for the best.
The best we can hope for is that Trump gives in.
How much does the Hatch Act cover?
All because one public servant downloaded porn onto his government-owned laptop.
The value of $15 varies greatly across the country and even within the same states.
"We consistently allow the government to develop…programs like this that sound really great on paper but have no practical benefit," Keith Bradford says.
The federal government has run up a deficit of $684 billion this year. The CBO predicts that number will exceed $1 trillion in 2019.
And the biggest liabilities don't even appear on the official balance sheet.
Porter's record of domestic abuse elicited scant notice or concern from his superiors.
Next week's budget showdown will include a fight over an amendment prohibiting the DOJ from preventing states from legalizing medical marijuana.
Federal power grows through sudden, quantum leaps in times of emergency.
Seize the drugs. Sell the drugs. Arrest the buyers. Repeat.
ICE agents undermine public safety when they pretend to be local police to gain entry to immigrants' homes.
Former owners are suing for $2 million, accusing agency of violating the rules.
How many movers-and armed federal agents-does it take to evict a D.C. tenant? Too many, thanks to weird government regulations.
The president has a complicated take on big government, based on grievances not philosophy.
After years of using cries of "federalism!" to challenge the Obama administration, the tone, predictably, has shifted to one of cooperation and opportunity.
The Department of Homeland Security spent more than $1.8 million on grants that allow local police departments to buy and use stingrays.
A viral tale of Alaska Airlines staff saving a sex-trafficked teen turns out to be propaganda for federal immigration enforcement.
Let's focus on overturning existing government policies that undermine security.
The union opposed Mark Morgan's efforts to increase transparency, accountability, and clearer guidelines on use of force by Border Patrol agents.
Trump Brings Back Ban on Funds for Groups That Promote Abortion, While Congress Reconsiders Global Anti-Prostitution Pledge
Here we go again, and again, and again...