A former police officer who sent money to a man he thought had joined the Islamic State will spend another 10 years behind bars.
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.
A 20-year-old woman described as "erratic and aggressive" drove a vehicle into a U.S. Capitol Police cruiser and was taken into custody.
A breach in a fishing license vendor's system in Idaho, Oregon and Washington state has exposed several million buyers' personal information.
Authorities believe a man previously accused of murder who escaped from a Washington state psychiatric hospital bought a bus ticket to Spokane.
9/11 and Brussels similarities: Intelligence leads that could have led to the terrorists were misplaced or overlooked.
The House Homeland Security Committee's Terror Threat Snapshot for March shows some stark statistics and facts including a growing threat to America.
People who normally take the Metro to school and work in the DC area turned to other transportation options Wednesday morning as the rail system shut down.
Department of Defense installations across the U.S. will no longer accept driver’s licenses from five states deemed non-compliant with the REAL ID Act.