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ICE arrests 140 violators in 5-day enforcement surge in 6 Midwestern states

Fifty-three of those arrested were immigration fugitives; 20 others illegally re-entered the United States after having been previously deported, which is a felony.

Census Bureau to Run Test Census with Citizenship Question Included

Do you think the US Census in 2020 should include the citizenship question?

Dept of Interior Proposes Increasing Public Access to Hunting and Fishing on 1.4 Million...

Proposal Includes New Opportunities at 74 National Wildlife Refuges and 15 National Fish Hatcheries, 3 of which are in Georgia.

National FBI Academy Graduates 276th Session

The class included members of law enforcement agencies from 35 countries, five military organizations, and seven federal civilian organizations.

EPA Signs MOU with FEMA to Support Rapid Recovery and Restoration of Water Infrastructure...

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and FEMA announced a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to streamline coordination between FEMA and the EPA-funded State Revolving...

FAA Issues Waiver to Fly Drones With Parachutes

This waiver represents the first time the FAA has collaborated with industry in developing a publically available standard, worked with an applicant to ensure the testing and data collected acceptably met the standard, and issued a waiver using an industry standard as a basis to determine that a proposed sUAS operation can be safely conducted under the terms and conditions of a waiver under Part 107.

Florida Man Arrested For Having Improvised Explosive Device At Veterans Affairs Hospital

Mark Edward Allen (60, St. Petersburg) has been arrested and charged by a federal criminal complaint for the possession of unregistered explosive devices. If...

97-year-old WWII veteran parachutes into Normandy

Roughly 75 years from the first time he did it, World War II veteran Tom Rice once again floated through the skies into Normandy...

South Carolina teacher pleads guilty to distributing child pornography

Hartley faces a mandatory minimum of five years in prison and a maximum penalty of 20 years when sentenced on September 27.

EPA Issues Memo to Increase the Agency’s Compliance with Clean Water Act Deadlines

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is taking an important step toward ensuring the Agency is meeting its statutory obligations and carrying out the...