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Friday's search for a parole violator uncovered what is believed to be the village's first known meth lab.
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A New Jersey soccer mom sentenced to 10 years in federal prison for trying to hire a hit man to murder her romantic rival is now speaking exclusively to ABC News.
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A southwestern Illinois man has been ordered to spend three months in federal prison on charges he bought a gas stove by forging a check belonging to a village he worked for.
A total of 48 individuals, including 42 convicted criminal aliens, were taken into custody during a weeklong enforcement operation carried out by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement in San Diego this week.
A judge sentenced a Wisconsin man to 27 years in state prison Friday for drugging and sexually assaulting eight women.
According to Allhiphop.com, the rapper was freed from the federal prison at Fort Dix, New Jersey Thursday after serving more than two years for trying to bring a gun on a plane.
Former University of Kentucky basketball star Richie Farmer wants to delay his report date to federal prison by a week.
Authorities say a military fugitive who escaped federal custody more than three decades ago has been captured in South Florida.
Two more former Maryland correctional officers have been sentenced to federal prison for conspiring in the 2008 beating of an inmate at Roxbury Correctional Institution near Hagerstown.
Rescue workers are using back hoes and a bulldozer to search for any victims still buried after an explosion demolished two Manhattan buildings.
Former Fiesta Bowl CEO John Junker is seen in Maricopa County Superior Court, in this Tuesday, Feb. 21, 2012 file photo taken in Phoenix, Ariz.
A Baton Rouge woman who filed more than 600 false federal and state tax returns has been sentenced to nearly seven years in federal prison and ordered to pay $700,000-plus in restitution.
The nation's highest law enforcement official Thursday endorsed the "All Drugs Minus Two" proposal as it's known by prison sentencing reformers to change the way drug crime sentences are handed down.
Attorney General Eric Holder on Thursday urged the U.S. Sentencing Commission to reduce the recommended prison time for certain low-level drug offenses.
A Chicago man was sentenced to more than four years in federal prison after pleading guilty last year on sex trafficking related charges, U.S. Attorney Richard Callahan said Wednesday.
Attorney General Eric Holder is endorsing a proposal that would result in shorter prison sentences for certain nonviolent drug traffickers, saying the change would rein in bloated federal prison costs and create a fairer criminal justice system.