Two men from the Metro East area were sentenced for their role in a 2018 marijuana robbery and shooting in Caseyville, Illinois, according to a release from the Department of Justice.
A woman from East Alton was sentenced to 14 months in federal prison for stealing social security funds from her daughter with disabilities.
“There have been several calls made to the FBI and also a written request email to them as recently as early this week,” Chief Robert Pyszka said.
The Justice Department is suing Texas over a new state law that bans most abortions, arguing that it was enacted "in open defiance of the Constitution."
He is charged with 12 counts of theft of government property.
Attorney General Merrick Garland is halting federal executions after a historic use of capital punishment by the Trump administration, which carried out 13 executions in six months.
An East St. Louis man has been sentenced to more than five years in prison after he shot an AR-15 style rifle at a child's birthday party.
In 2019, Mayor Lori Lightfoot said Chicago would make the city’s intersections more accessible for blind and low-vision pedestrians, pledging on the 29th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act to add more crossing signals with audible tones.
The only way for 13-year-old Adam Toledo to get justice, activists say, is with a federal probe into the Chicago police officer who shot him during a foot chase down a darkened alley.
The Wisconsin Supreme Court on Wednesday ruled that Gov. Tony Evers' administration does not have the authority to issue capacity limits on bars, restaurants and other businesses without lawmakers' approval.
Former U.S. Transportation Secretary and congressman Ray LaHood has resigned as chairman of the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum board of trustees.
Former U.S. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood paid a $40,000 fine as part of a deal with federal prosecutors after making "misleading" statements to federal agents and failing to disclose a $50,000 payment on two government ethics forms, the Department of Justice disclosed.
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo's top aide apologized to Democratic lawmakers Wednesday for putting them in a tough spot over long-awaited data whi…
Officials from the Justice Department and FBI brief reporters on the latest developments in the federal investigation into the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol.
William Barr said U.S. attorneys and FBI agents have been working to follow up specific complaints and information they’ve received, but they’ve uncovered no evidence that would change the outcome of the election.
A letter said the DOJ is seeking information about state orders that “may have resulted in the deaths of thousands of elderly nursing home residents."
Opinion is divided.
SHELBY, N.C. (AP) — Barrels of raw pork shoulder were riding fat in a tractor trailer pulled over by North Carolina deputies.
WORCESTER, Mass. (AP) — A Massachusetts chiropractor federal authorities say didn't pay taxes for 25 years has been sent to prison for six months.
Illinois is giving out $20 million in grants to community organizations and local governments to help ensure all residents are counted in the …
The move comes following completion of a review begun under President Barack Obama, with the Justice Department saying five inmates will be executed starting in December.
The main thread in a new biography of Tim Cook is he is a man of principle. Nowhere was that more apparent than during Apple's battle with the FBI in 2016, suggests author Leander Kahney in "Tim Cook: The Genius Who Took Apple to the Next Level," an unauthorized biography of the Apple CEO that features interviews with company insiders. In the book, Bruce Sewell, Apple's general counsel at the ...