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Get ready for some unforeseen consequences as Congress changes how the military handles sexual assault.
Potomac Fever seized San Joaquin Valley native Scott Nishioki decades ago. The proximity to power, and the potential to do something great: He knows the symptoms top to bottom after a long immersion in the capital scene. Now, after working for t...
President Barack Obama issued pardons and commuted sentences on Thursday.
President Barack Obama issued pardons and commuted sentences for prisoners.
The Death Penalty Information Center reports that the number of U.S executions dropped to 39 this year.
A Freedom of Information Act lawsuit succeeds, as judge rejects Obama administration effort to keep document secret.
It’s easy to get lost amid all the spying revelations, investigations and related lawsuits sprouting up.
A federal judge on Monday concluded that a National Security Agency program that collects massive amounts of telephone data “likely” violates the Constitution, propelling a high-stakes fight right toward the Supreme Court.
A federal judge has dinged the National Security Agency over a metadata collection program.
A federal court has rejected a People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals lawsuit concerning Agriculture Department protection for birds.