"Crime's gone down year after year in New York City and it's not just because you finally left town," de Blasio tweeted at Trump.
Sens. Chuck Grassley and Richard Blumenthal wrote a letter to ICE, pressing the agency for answers on how it puts immigrants into solitary confinement.
Two days after the Democratic presidential front-runner proposed terminating the federal death penalty, the Justice Department announced it would execute five prisoners.
Watch for the signs of heat illness in scorching summer temperatures.
The bipartisan report found that the U.S. election infrastructure was unprepared for attacks and offers proposals to shore up the system ahead of 2020.
The lawsuit adds to a chorus of bipartisan complaints against Google over the power it has accumulated.
It's the conversion that puts a fresh twist on aeroplane food.
There is no meaningful data privacy law at the federal level, and experts and officials say that has left the government and the FTC will little power to take action.
The European Central Bank kept interest rates unchanged at the meeting in Frankfurt with the main refinancing rate remaining at zero and the deposit rate at minus 0.4%.
Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms had come under pressure from activists in recent days who had protested on Atlanta's streets after a man riding a scooter was run over by a city transit bus.
The inspirational conductor Gustavo Dudamel and the festival's specially-created orchestra gave a passionate performance of Brahms' 4th symphony at the grand finale.
Read the testimony of former special counsel Robert Mueller after questioning by lawmakers about possible obstruction of justice by Trump and the 2016 Russia Investigation.
Wednesday's vetoes are the latest in a list of moves that aid the kingdom, which Trump says is a bulwark against Iran and a good customer for U.S. weapons.
The move isn't a viable long-term solution given the volume of traffic through the vital oil shipping lane and strained British naval resources, experts said.
More than 100 migrants are missing and feared drowned after a wooden boat capsized off the coast of Libya.
The alleged abuse was reported on March 12, according to internal documents. As of July 9, the incident was still under investigation by CBP.