Justice Department officials on Tuesday announced the largest international opioid takedown targeting drug traffickers through the darknet, which resulted in 179 arrests and the seizure of more than $6.5 million in cash and currency.
Since the beginning of the year, de Blasio has been working to try and find a solution to the $9 billion coronavirus-related revenue loss facing the nation’s biggest city. He has repeatedly stressed that he is doing so with little help from the federal government.
For Jessica Lynch, waking up and strapping on a leg brace first thing in the morning is always a bitter and blessed reminder of everything she endured after she was captured by Saddam Hussein’s Iraqi forces in 2003 and held as a Prisoner of War (POW) for nine days.
The Louisville Metro Police Department announced Tuesday it will begin setting up barricades downtown and restricting some vehicle traffic in anticipation of an announcement from Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron regarding the death of Breonna Taylor.
The National Institutes of Health said one of its public affairs staffers is retiring after he was exposed as the author of numerous anonymous blog posts in which he called the coronavirus pandemic a "massive fraud" and described National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases Director Dr. Anthony Fauci as a "mask nazi."
A $20,000 acrylic case now protects Thomas Jefferson's original headstone on the University of Missouri campus, a response to vandalism concerns amid an ongoing dispute about whether the university should honor the third president who also was a slave owner.
LOS ANGELES--The firefighter who died last week battling the El Dorado fire that was started by a gender-reveal party in Southern California was identified on Monday as a squad boss from a hotshot crew.
Two Virginia residents were arrested Monday after authorities said they were found walking on railroad tracks behind an Ohio airport with shovels, a pitchfork and a backpack containing a gun and ammunition.