“Ftouhi came to the United States to kill American police officers, and then brutally attacked an airport police officer in Flint,”
United States Wins Dispute Finding China’s Administration of Grain Tariff-Rate Quotas Breaches WTO Commitments
This panel report is the second significant victory for U.S. agriculture this year, and, together with the victory against China’s excessive domestic support for grains, will help American farmers compete on a more level playing field.
McAleenan: Nonpartisan Committee Report Recommendations Essential to Securing Our Border, Safety and Welfare of...
"The unprecedented surge in unaccompanied children and family unit migration is overwhelming our ability to provide humanitarian aid within our immigration system. The reasonable changes proposed by this nonpartisan panel, could dramatically reduce migration of family units from Central America, help eliminate dangerous and illegal border crossings, as well as improve the care of children who are brought on this harrowing journey."
In handing down the sentences, Judge Hittner noted the defendants ruined the lives of many across the nation in taking or attempting to take large sums of money from approximately 45 victims
The U.S. Department of Labor recently announced a series of new initiatives aimed at reducing improper payments in the Unemployment Insurance (UI) program.
One of the fugitives added to the list has ties to Georgia. He is wanted by ICE as an illegal alien in addition to being a criminal fugitive.
The number of postal employees attacked by dogs nationwide fell to 5,714 in 2018 — more than 500 fewer than in 2017 and more than 1,000 fewer since 2016.
Bureau of Prisons Tests Micro-Jamming Technology in South Carolina Prison to Prevent Contraband Cell...
Should the Georgia Department of Corrections test similar technology??
Just days after Vietnam broke ties and banned the importation of glyposate into the country, U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue issued a statement calling the decision disappointing.
422 traffic stops, 50 arrests, and $2.3 million in drugs in the month of March.