DOJ will crack down on violent gangs
Law enforcement officials on the Fort Peck Indian Reservation in Montana began training this week on accessing the federal data.
Jeff Sessions, the United States attorney general who runs the Department of Justice (DOJ) and is in charge of making sure that everyone-including police officers-obey the law, has increasingly made it clear that he does not support prosecuting law enforcement officers who violate the civil rights of the people they are supposed to serve.
President Donald Trump echoed Sessions' commitment to a more aggressive crime fighting approach, going a step further to blame the Obama administration by name for the rise of MS-13.
"We can not allow this to continue".
MS-13 is the USA -based arm of Salvadoran crime gang Mara Salvatrucha.
He says tougher enforcement of immigration and border crimes will curb gang activity. "If you are a gang member: We will find you".
Trump Approval Rating Sees Modest Rise After Military Strikes
A growing majority of Americans no longer trust President Donald Trump to keep his promises, a new poll by Gallup has revealed. A majority of Americans in a new poll says that corporations and upper-income individuals do not pay enough taxes.
Gorsuch sworn in as Supreme Court justice
Throughout his career, Judge Gorsuch has consistently stood on the side of religious freedom and the right to life of the unborn. With Gorsuch, the court now returns to a body of nine, with the majority of justices appointed by Republican presidents.
Sens. Hatch, Lee respond to Gorsuch confirmation following 'nuclear option'
First Democrats mounted a filibuster in an effort to block Gorsuch by denying him the 60 votes needed to advance to a final vote. Some lawmakers have expressed concern by how the fallout of Scalia's death has impacted both the Senate and the Supreme Court.
Anchor Allison Latos got an inside look at the five-year-long investigation in Charlotte that sent more than 30 MS-13 gang members to prison.
"Sanctuary cities are aiding these cartels to refill their ranks and putting innocent life - including the lives of countless law-abiding immigrants - in danger", said Sessions.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions listens to reporter's question before a meeting of the Attorney General's Organized Crime Council and Organized Crime Drug Enforcement Task Forces (OCDETF) Executive Committee to discuss implementation of the President's Executive Order 13773, Tuesday, April 18, 2017, at the Justice Department in Washington.
"These organizations enrich themselves by peddling poison in our communities, trafficking children for sexual exploitation, and inflicting horrific violence in the communities where they operate", Sessions said.
The broader mission is focused on strengthening relationships with reservations across the country.
Sessions blamed this increase on former administrations' immigration policies.
NFL Draft: Have Jets found any studs in late rounds?
Just what are the Cleveland Browns planning to do in the 2017 NFL Draft? Garrett has All-Pro potential, but he's not ideal . Lance Zierlein, NFL.com: The guy is a freak, which leads us to a comparable NFL talent in Jevon "The Freak" Kearse.
Ronaldo's hat-trick fires Real Madrid in Champions League semis
Bayern coach Carlo Ancelotti agreed with Vidal and said in his media conference that the referees needed video help. For the fourth time in a row, Bayern Munich were knocked out of the Champions League by a Spanish side .
Fox will investigate Bill O'Reilly harassment claims, lawyer says
Advertisers who chose to abandon O'Reilly include Mercedes, H&R Block, Constant Contact, and Allstate Insurance. Roginsky said that a misogynistic culture at Fox News had not changed since Ailes left the network.
Opposition calls for Turkish vote annulment after Erdogan wins powers
The High Electoral Board (YSK) confirmed late on Sunday the results had shown the "Yes" campaign with 1.25 million more votes than the "No" camp.
Woman claims spouse sent 'triple talaq' for not giving dowry
A five-judge constitution bench of the apex court will start hearing from May 11 the petitions against Triple Talaq . Subjecting these people to social boycott would serve as a deterrence, the Board said.
North Korean test missile explodes on launch
Signs had suggested that North Korea was preparing for its sixth nuclear test in a decade or for a significant missile launch. State television showed what appeared to be several KN-08 and KN-14 missiles rolled out on trucks at the parade.
Suspected organizer detained in St. Petersburg metro attack
He is the ninth person to be detained in connection with the attack, which killed 14 and wounded more than 50 earlier this month. A Turkish security official says the suicide bomber accused of the deadly attack on the subway in the Russian city of St.
Palestinian prisoners begin indefinite hunger strike, OIC asks world leaders to intervene
Palestinian president Mahmud Abbas's office called on Israel to respond to the prisoners' demands for "freedom and dignity". Prisoners' demands include improved visitation rights from family members and easier access to telephones.
Russia, Syria and Iran warn U.S. against further strikes
The report noted that the USA would not release further intelligence, however, "due to the need to protect sources and methods". The U.S. attack became a tension point with Russian Federation this week as Secretary of State Rex Tillerson visited Moscow .
Cops fired after videos surface of them punching and kicking motorist
The officer smelled marijuana and was unable to verify any information about the vehicle, so he ordered Hollins out of the auto . This week, the auto had no tag and Bongiovanni pulled over Hollins after he changed lanes three times without signaling.