After 10-week trial, charges against four contract security guards for 2007 Baghdad shootings to go to jurors.
D.C. Attorney General Nathan: Second Amendment does not protect right to carry firearms in public.
Federal grant funds were used, and a former employee claimed he was unfairly fired for complaining about it.
Tom G. Palmer, 57, and others filed the lawsuit that led a judge to declare the city’s gun law unconstitutional.
Review of lab unit involved in 45 death-row cases stalled after errors in pre-DNA convictions came to light.
He spent 26 years in prison. The wrongful conviction is the latest in D.C. tied to FBI lab errors.
“Irreversible harm” done to death-row defendants, says scathing report from Justice’s inspector general.
The funds target the caches of untested DNA evidence discovered in police storage across the country.
Virginia’s congressional delegation faces “massive” power drain.
In Congress, the exit of two high-ranking members and their 58 years of service could prove costly.