Attorneys visiting a crowded Border Patrol facility in Texas made a startling discovery – a teenage girl in a wheelchair holding a tiny, prematurely born baby.
A now-retired Secret Service agent can proceed with his lawsuit claiming two U.S. Park Police officers arrested and held him at gunpoint while he was on duty because he is black, a federal judge ruled.
FBI Director Christopher Wray may be the next high-ranking federal law enforcement officials to be hit with a subpoena for failing to be transparent.
ATF officials are being evasive about the theft of thousands of guns and firearms parts that were supposed to be destroyed.
Federal agencies defend the use of facial-recognition technology as a new tool to track down criminals, but a recent cyberattack of a Customs and Border Patrol subcontractor raises serious issues about infringing on privacy.
An off-duty FBI agent shot and killed a gun-wielding Utah man inside an Albuquerque brewery Saturday night, witnesses told police.
A trial is expected to begin today in the murder case involving a reputed gang member accused of shooting an ATF agent in Chicago last year.
The FBI is assisting authorities in the Dominican Republic investigate a string of American tourist deaths in recent months.