President Trump has declared the border an "emergency" to give him the power to use government funds to build his border wall.
Democrats plan to challenge Trump’s national emergency by reaching back to the Truman era and the case of Youngstown Sheet & Tube. Some legal experts are skeptical they'll succeed.
A Texas man was banned from having a firearm. Then officers found him with a 3-D-printed AR-15 and a “hit list” of members of Congress.
Duncan Levin, a former federal prosecutor, described the convicted drug kingpin's likely next stop as a secure housing unit for “the most dangerous and notorious criminals in the world.”
The Texas Republican is pushing for Congress to pass his EL CHAPO Act after the Mexican drug lord's conviction.
City Council members have sponsored five gun-restriction bills since the shooting at Tree of Life. But lawmakers from the site of the deadliest attack on Jews in the history of the United States are facing obstacles that may prove insurmountable.
Ahead of President Trump's El Paso visit, dozens of his supporters link hands at the southern border to form a 'human wall.'
The Amazon founder and Washington Post owner accused National Enquirer’s parent company of ‘extortion.’ Lawyers weigh in.
Trump may not enjoy the process, but Congress is supposed to be a check on the executive branch of government.
A husband and wife entered a trucking business in Bakersfield. Then the husband killed her, four men and himself, police say.