A Michael Jackson jacket helped the FBI identify a suspected Capitol rioter
Law enforcement was able to find images on social media of a person who they say appears to be Beeks and is wearing the same jacket as a man who participated in the Jan. 6 riots.
Ed Mullins, Ex-Police Union Chief, Retires as Discipline Is Announced
Mr. Mullins's retirement, after a 40-year Police Department career, took effect the same day he was fined for messages posted on Twitter.
Back in Chicago, Woman Is Charged in Killing of Mother on Indonesian Vacation
Heather L. Mack, 26, had already served more than six years in prison in Indonesia for the 2014 killing of her mother, whose body was found in a suitcase at a Bali resort.
US border agents engaged in 'shocking abuses' against asylum seekers, report finds
Shocking instances of sexual and physical abuse of asylum seekers at the southern US border by federal officers have been uncovered by Human Rights Watch, after a years-long battle to wrestle the information from the Department of Homeland Security under freedom of information laws.
FBI raids Russian billionaire's home in Washington DC
The FBI is conducting "law enforcement activity" at the home of the Russian oligarch Oleg Deripaska in Washington, NBC News reported on Tuesday, citing a spokesperson for the US law enforcement agency.
Discovery of 'Bulk Marijuana' Preceded Deadly Train Shooting, U.S. Says
Investigators say they found more than five pounds of marijuana and 50 packages of edibles before one of the suspects opened fire on federal agents in Tucson, Ariz.
First, came a tip.
FBI raids New York police union whose head clashed with Mayor De Blasio
Federal agents on Tuesday raided the offices of a New York City police union, the Sergeants Benevolent Association, and the Long Island home of its leader, who has clashed repeatedly with officials over incendiary tweets and hard-line tactics.
Biden Says Border Agents' Use Of Horses Against Migrants Was Dangerous And Wrong
U.S. Border Patrol agents used horses to block migrants crossing the Rio Grande River near the Del Rio-Acuna Port of Entry in Del Rio, Texas, on Sunday.
The last person the FBI believed had paintings from the Gardner Museum heist has died
Robert Gentile died of a stroke at Hartford Hospital.
Robert Gentile, the last person believed to have treasures from the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum heist of 1990, has died.
Ex-Fall River Mayor Jasiel Correia gets 6 years in corruption case
"City Hall was for sale," the judge said.