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Fani Willis, the Georgia prosecutor who indicted former President Donald Trump this week, has called RICO cases a storytelling tool.
The flash-mob robbery at a Nordstrom store in Los Angeles over the weekend is just the latest in a string of brazen thefts, and experts say the incidents will continue until thieves are caught.
The Department of Homeland Security has drafted a proposal that would allow some unauthorized immigrants living in the U.S. to hold jobs for up to five years, more than twice the current limit, according to documents seen by The Washington Times.
His critics see a “woke” military that’s losing its edge as left-wing social activism and an obsession with diversity and political correctness take root inside the Pentagon. But Gen. Mark A. Milley sees a fighting force that is by far the most well-prepared, efficient and deadly on the planet — a reality that he says even America’s most determined enemies must acknowledge.
Former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie blasted former President Donald Trump over the handful of federal indictments Mr. Trump is currently facing.
The Russia-Ukraine war has become increasingly shaped by drone warfare, with both sides deploying more unmanned craft and anti-drone platforms using technology sourced from various nations, including the United States, China, Turkey, Israel and Iran.
A D.C. Council member said Tuesday that the mayor of the nation’s capital needs to join him in calling out the D.C. National Guard to regain control of streets overrun by violent crime.
U.S. weapons stockpiles will not drop below “acceptable levels of risk” despite the constant flow of arms to Ukraine, said Gen. Mark A. Milley, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.
As President Biden travels the West this week to promote his net-zero emissions goal, one of the largest generators of clean energy in the country is powering through its second week of operation in Georgia — but it doesn’t involve windmills or solar panels and doesn’t fit neatly into the left’s climate change agenda.
A federal judge pressed special counsel Jack Smith on Monday to explain why he used a D.C. grand jury to investigate the Florida-based case against former President Donald Trump for mishandling classified documents, while Mr. Trump’s legal team urged another federal judge in Washington to limit the prosecutor’s bid to muzzle him.
President Biden has made curbing gun violence a focus of his reelection bid and topping his crime agenda is an implausible plan for Congress to pass a ban on America’s most popular rifles.
The Insane Crip Gang was a fearsome presence on Long Island in New York, blamed for two dozen attempted murders, at least three successful slayings and a host of other crimes.