Federal prosecutors in the U.S. Attorneys offices, the FBI, the Drug Enforcement Administration and officials who oversee federal law enforcement grants will coordinate assistance with the 12 cities named in a newly created public safety partnership.
Cyber-immunization: Michael Chertoff advises leaders to take a risk management and immunization approach for effective systems security and cyber security.
Nooses have appeared recently around the nation's capital—including the Smithsonian's new African-American history museum—in a rash of incidents that experts say shows the growing use of hate symbols in the U.S. to try to intimidate minorities.
Arrested man left $4.19 in his bank account, referring to the date of McVeigh's bombing of a federal building on April 19, 1995. The blast killed 168 people.
President Trump recently returned from his first overseas trip. No matter how the trip was perceived, he returned to a fractured nation, one that has been engulfed in various Justice Department investigations.
The rising tide of extremism worldwide has not left Singapore untouched, and it faces its highest terror threat level in recent years.
On May 4, 2017, the Florida Senate passed, by a vote of 24 to 13, a new version of Florida’s “Stand Your Ground” law, Senate Bill 128.
A popular hotel casino in Manila was attacked by gunmen early Friday morning local time. Eyewitnesses said they heard gunfire and explosions and saw wounded and frightened guests and visitors fleeing the scene.
Afghans joined in both anger and sorrow Thursday amid gutted buildings and piles of rubble in bomb-ravaged Kabul, as mourners buried the dead.