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A St. Louis woman faces up to 15 years in federal prison after admitting she opened and stole packages while working as a supervisor at a southwestern Illinois post office.
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Customized rifles and pocket knives that helped lead to the downfall of former Kentucky Agriculture Commissioner Richie Farmer are being auctioned off next month.
A DeSoto, Texas, man who pleaded guilty in western Arkansas to conspiracy to distribute methamphetamine has been sentenced to 11A1 2 years in federal prison.
The Hancock County Sheriff's Office detectives who toiled to investigate the murder of Jaren Lockhart knew two significant dates were fast approaching.
Rupert James Duncan, 29, pleaded guilty in 8th District Court to aggravated assault, a third-degree felony, and intoxication, a class C misdemeanor.
Angel Santiago, 43, of Ambrose, Georgia, pleaded guilty today to knowingly engaging in a sexual act with a federal prisoner.
An attorney was appointed Monday for a West Valley woman accused of killing six of her children shortly after giving birth as prosecutors asked for additional time to review evidence before filing formal charges.
A Middlesex County man was sentenced today in federal court to 18 years in prison after having previously pleaded guilty to production of child pornography and distribution of child pornography, authorities said.
The Obama administration is expanding the criteria to decide which prisoners jailed for drug crimes can obtain clemency.
A Southern California man arrested by special agents with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement's Homeland Security Investigations is expected to make his initial appearance in federal court in Las Vegas this afternoon for allegedly transporting a teenage Minnesota girl to Los Angeles to engage in prostitution.
Three people who smuggled immigrants into the U.S. through a hole in California's border fence with Mexico and then flew them elsewhere have been sentenced.
The New York Times recently took an in-depth look at one of the country's poorest regions, Appalachia, specifically McDowell County, in the piece "50 Years Into the War on Poverty, Hardship Hits Back."
Former Charleston banker Chris Latham, 51, of Sullivan's Island, was convicted in February of aiding and abetting a plot to kill his estranged wife.
Thousands of federal offenders could become eligible for clemency consideration by President Obama under new guidelines set to be released later this week by the Justice Department.
An Alabama man faces two years in federal prison after pleading guilty to copyright infringement in November.
Sylvester Stallone plays Ray Breslin, a seasoned escape artist, who works for the government going undercover in prisons to test their security by breaking out of them.