Documents with classified markings were discovered in former Vice President Mike Pence’s Carmel residence last week, his lawyer says, the latest in a string of recoveries of confidential information from the homes of current and former top U.S. officials.
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Indiana Southern District criminal chief recognized for legal achievements, proven character
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The federal government says it will begin a targeted crackdown on nursing homes’ abuse of antipsychotic drugs and misdiagnoses of schizophrenia in patients.
The White House brushed aside criticism Tuesday of its fragmented disclosures about the discovery of classified documents and official records at President Joe Biden’s home and former office, saying it may withhold information to protect the investigation.
Attorney General Merrick Garland on Thursday appointed a special counsel to investigate the presence of documents with classified markings found at President Joe Biden’s home in Wilmington, Delaware, and at an office in Washington.
President Joe Biden’s legal team has discovered additional documents containing classification markings in a second location, a person familiar with the matter told The Associated Press on Wednesday.
The Justice Department is reviewing a batch of potentially classified documents found in the Washington office space of President Joe Biden’s former institute, the White House said Monday.
The White House is moving forward with a proposal that would lower student debt payments for millions of Americans now and in the future, offering a new route to repay federal loans under far more generous terms.
The largest investigation in the Justice Department’s history keeps growing two years after a mob attacked the U.S. Capitol and challenged the foundations of American democracy.
A $1.7 trillion spending bill financing federal agencies through September and providing more aid to a devastated Ukraine cleared the House on Friday as lawmakers race to finish their work for the year and avoid a partial government shutdown.
Arizona will take down a makeshift wall made of shipping containers at the Mexico border, settling a lawsuit and political tussle with the U.S. government over trespassing on federal lands.
The U.S. government asked the Supreme Court not to lift asylum limits before Christmas, in a filing a day after Chief Justice John Roberts issued a temporary order to keep the pandemic-era restrictions in place.
The U.S. Supreme Court agreed Thursday to decide whether the Biden administration can broadly cancel student loans, keeping the program blocked for now but signaling a final answer by early summer.
A unanimous federal appeals court on Thursday ended an independent review of documents seized from former President Donald Trump’s Florida estate.
Oath Keepers founder Stewart Rhodes was convicted Tuesday of seditious conspiracy for a plot to overturn President Joe Biden’s election, handing the Justice Department a major victory in its prosecution of the Jan. 6, 2021, insurrection.
A northern Indiana man and his nephew are the most recent Hoosiers to be criminally charged in connection with the Jan. 6, 2021, riot at the U.S. Capitol.
As a newly named special counsel, Jack Smith will be tasked with overseeing probes into the retention of classified documents at former President Donald Trump’s Florida estate as well as aspects of an investigation into efforts to overturn the 2020 election.
Before the midterm election, President Joe Biden trumpeted his plan to cancel billions in student loans. But now the entire initiative is in jeopardy because of legal challenges that could ensure no one receives a dollar of debt relief.
Former President Donald Trump said Tuesday that he will mount a third White House campaign, launching an early start to the 2024 contest.
President Joe Biden’s plan to forgive student loan debt for millions of borrowers was handed another legal loss Monday when a federal appeals court panel agreed to a preliminary injunction halting the program while an appeal plays out.
Republicans maintained their dominant hold on Indiana U.S. congressional seats Tuesday, winning seven of the nine races.