‘Tenants deserve to know if a wanted fugitive felon is living in the same housing project’
Saying ruling aides ‘dangerous criminal aliens’
‘The executive branch should not do an end run around Congress’
‘These discrepancies don’t inspire confidence’
‘It is essential that the federal government ensures the safety and security of public housing residents against fugitive felons and other such predators.’
Synthetic opioids have been tied to overdose deaths across the country.
Pentagon Can Account For 'Very Little' Of Its Yearly $600B Budget Thanks To 'Broken Accounting System'
‘I wish we had amendments’
The upper chamber will vote on two Republican and two Democratic amendments
The perennial battle over international treasures
‘Nobody should be forced to go to their boss to report a rape’
Easier to extradite foreigners for drug trafficking
Why would the GOP hand over one of its only remaining trademarks of value as the party of law and order?
‘I think I would expect the right type of people …’
Senator Wants Answers, Believes There Is Potentially Sensitive Info In SecDef's Personal Email Account
‘The Defense Department is downplaying Secretary Carter’s use of personal devices for official business’
The court can, and will, do its work and public should, and will, have its say.
Mitch McConnell and Chuck Grassley said they with continue to observe his rule
‘Refuses to disclose’
‘If I can meet with a dictator in Uganda …’