General Hugo Carvajal was accused of narco-terrorism. His legal team is currently working to prove that the witnesses against him lied to obtain legal benefits, according to interviews and court records. Regardless of the outcome, this case will have far-reaching implications.
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“We don’t know the full scale of fraud yet, and it’s important to note that money is still being spent. But our members have hundreds of ongoing audits and investigations,” said Robert A. Westbrooks, director of the federal Pandemic Response Accountability Committee.
A variety of topics of national interest were covered in 2022, including gun violence, Governor Ron DeSantis's pro-gun policies, inflation, immigration, the Ukraine war, the labor market, recycling, drug trafficking, and money laundering.
Despite a growing Muslim population in the Chicago area, few public schools offer students halal food options.
President Biden’s signature American Rescue Plan Act gave local governments $350 billion to recover from COVID-19. They spent much of it on police, prisons and the courts.
President Biden's decision to swap two Venezuelan drug traffickers for seven Americans detained in Caracas has provoked criticism. It is not the first time that a White House tenant has acted in this way. The Iran-Contra case was a notable example.
A new survey explores Gen Z's (refers to the generation that was born between 1997-2012) perception of gun violence and its effect on their daily lives.
Texas now has three significant abortion bans in place and several administrative regulations governing the procedure, setting up a potential conflict as the largest state to ban abortion navigates this new legal landscape.
With the midterm elections just months away, Republican governors are using funds from the $1.9 trillion American Rescue Plan to quietly push their respective re-elections and agendas at the expense of the funds they once demonized.
A majority share the belief that "in the next few years there will be a civil war" in the country, according to a nationally representative survey, in which one in five people justified political violence and is willing to use a weapon to achieve objectives they support.
The Supreme Court has just extended legislation that many have never heard of. Experts say the "Anti-Terrorism and Effective Death Penalty Act" is actually putting innocent people behind bars, and most of the cases it affects have nothing to do with terrorism or capital punishment.
The question is not whether Roe v. Wade is moral, nor if it is flawed. The question is if it had been ratified not only by the courts but by the people many times before in the past 50 years.