Applying for Federal Disaster Assistance Usually Takes Two Steps
Former Rapides Parish Correctional Officer Pleads Guilty to Three Civil Rights Offenses for Assaulting Inmates
UPDATED INFORMATION, Thursday, May 21 --- The plane crash that occurred yesterday has resulted in the deaths of two Tenaha residents. The pilot is identified as 73-year-old John D. Scull, and the passenger has also been identified as 81-year-old Carolyn Hooker Scull.
Statement from Attorney General William P. Barr Regarding the U.S. Department of State Global CTO Roundtable on 5G Integrated Open Networks
Justice Department Releases $61 Million in Awards to Support Efforts to Combat Violent Crime in Seven U.S. Cities
Justice Department Announces Additional Distribution of More than $378 Million to Victims of Madoff Ponzi Scheme
LETTER TO GOV. ABBOTT: Mayor Bob Brown sent this letter to Gov. Greg Abbott, asking for restrictions to be eased at the state level. You can read the letter in full in the images, but here is an excerpt from that letter regarding the restrictions in question:
Justice Department and Federal Trade Commission Jointly Issue Statement on COVID-19 and Competition in U.S. Labor Markets
Community Outdoor Outreach Program (CO-OP) Provides Opportunities for Texans to Connect with Nature
Georgia Man Arrested for Attempting to Defraud the Department of Veterans Affairs in a Multimillion-Dollar COVID-19 Scam
While many Americans are sheltering at home to help “flatten the curve” and slow the spread of coronavirus disease (also called COVID-19), they might be tempted to buy or use questionable products that claim to help diagnose, treat, cure, and even prevent COVID-19.
First Round of Refunds Totaling $153 Million Sent to Consumers As a Result of Multi-Agency Case Against Western Union
SchoolSafety.Gov Launches to Help Educators, Administrators, Parents, and Law Enforcement Prepare for Threats
The Department of Justice Files Actions to Stop Telecom Carriers Who Facilitated Hundreds of Millions of Fraudulent Robocalls to American Consumers
Punch It Performance and Tuning Agrees to Stop Selling Illegal Devices That Defeat Emissions Control Systems of Vehicles in the Wake of Clean Air Act Enforcement Action
Total nonfarm payroll employment rose by 145,000 in December, and the unemployment rate was unchanged at 3.5 percent, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reported today. Notable job gains occurred in retail trade and health care, while mining lost jobs. This news release presents statistics …
Fishing Vessel Owner and Operator Plead Guilty and Fined $1 Million for Discharging Oily Waste into the Coastal Waters of the United States
The Center for Disease Control and Food Drug Administration are investigating a multi-state E.coli outbreak thought to be caused by Fresh Express Sunflower Crisp Chopped pre-made salad kits.
AG Paxton Joins 18-State Coalition Urging SCOTUS to Overturn the Shutdown of a Job-Producing Pipeline
Former Operator of Illegal Booter Services Sentenced for Conspiracy to Commit Computer Damage and Abuse
Louisiana Department of Health to Pay $13.42 Million to Settle Alleged False Medicaid Claims for Nursing Home and Hospice Care
Three soldiers were killed and three others were injured when their tank overturned into water during an overnight training exercise at Fort Stewart-Hunter Army Airfield in south Georgia, the Army said Sunday.
Assistant Attorney General Eric Dreiband Delivers Remarks at Commemoration of the 10th Anniversary of Matthew Shepard and James Byrd, Jr., Hate Crimes Prevention Act
The president, visiting Dallas, said he already has a replacement in mind. Perry's resignation comes amid increasing scrutiny of his role in the administration’s communications with Ukraine.