(WASHINGTON) -- The federal government is delaying the deadline for the REAL ID enforcement for a second time. Every domestic air traveler 18 and older will need a REAL ID-compliant driver's license or identification card, state-issued enhanced driver's license or another TSA-acceptable form of identification... Read More.
(WASHINGTON) -- The U.S. capital's primary law enforcement agency has reported "unauthorized access" on its computer network. "We are aware of unauthorized access on our server," the Metropolitan Police Department of the District of Columbia said in a statement to ABC News on Monday. "While... Read More.
(WASHINGTON) -- The Justice Department has sued former Trump campaign adviser Roger Stone and his wife, Nydia, for $2 million dollars in unpaid taxes. The suit alleges that the Stones owe the money through Drake Ventures, an LLC set up by the Stones. The DOJ... Read More.
(BROOKLYN CENTER, Minn.) -- Hundreds of people gathered outside the police department in Brooklyn Center, Minnesota, on Wednesday evening as protests over the fatal shooting of Daunte Wright continued for a fourth consecutive night. "The crowd tonight continued to present some public safety challenges as... Read More.
Just days after the spooky little sweets made their debut opposite Paul Rudd in a teaser for Ghostbusters: Afterlife, Hasbro has revealed its GHOSTBUSTERS Mini-Pufts Surprise line of toys. Each 1.5" figure will come packaged in a Play-Doh-like cup filled with a fake marshmallow goop that you'll have to... Read More.
By ABC News(WASHINGTON) -- U.S. government agencies have been hard at work since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, and the Justice Department is no different. The DOJ has just announced hundreds of COVID-19 related fraud charges during the current... Read More.
By SOPHIE TATUM, ABC News(WASHINGTON) -- The Education Department announced this week it would fully forgive the federal loans of borrowers who enrolled in schools that "engaged in certain misconduct."Under the Trump administration, some students were only given... Read More.
By EMILY SHAPIRO, ABC News(CHEROKEE COUNTY, Ga.) -- The sheriff's department in Cherokee County, Georgia, is facing backlash after a captain described the alleged gunman in the killings of eight people at Atlanta-area spas as having "a really bad day."
By ALEXANDER MALLIN, ABC News (WASHINGTON) -- The Justice Department on Tuesday unsealed charges against Joshua James of Alabama, accused in an FBI affidavit of being a member of the Oath Keepers militia group who entered the Capitol illegally on Jan. 6 in... Read More.
By BEATRICE PETERSON and LUKE BARR, ABC News(WASHINGTON) -- The acting Capitol Police chief on Thursday strongly denied that her department failed to heed intelligence reports ahead of the Jan. 6 attack warning of potential violence.In her opening... Read More.
By DR. ADJOA SMALLS-MANTEY, ABC News (NEW YORK) -- Currently available COVID-19 vaccines worked well in clinical trials, and now we're seeing evidence they're protecting people in the real world -- even after one dose. The Los Angeles County Fire Department has seen a... Read More.
By: EMILY SHAPIRO, ABC News (COLUMBUS, Ohio) -- The Columbus, Ohio, public safety director has decided to terminate Columbus police officer Adam Coy after Coy shot and killed Andre Hill, an unarmed Black man, last week.In a Monday ruling, Public... Read More.