Biden Pardons Thousands for 'Simple Possession' of Marijuana
President Joe Biden is pardoning thousands of Americans convicted of “simple possession” of marijuana under federal law, as his administration takes a dramatic step toward decriminalizing the drug and addressing charging practices that disproportionately impact people of color.
A U.S. senator says a whistleblower has alleged that an internal review found 665 FBI personnel have resigned or retired to avoid accountability in misconduct probes over the past two decades.
Biden Pardons Thousands With Federal Convictions for 'Simple Possession' of Marijuana, Calls for States to Follow Suit
Biden pardons thousands with federal convictions for 'simple possession' of marijuana, calls for states to follow suit.
A Wisconsin judge is prohibiting voters from canceling their original absentee ballot and casting a new one, siding with a conservative group that said the practice known as ballot spoiling is illegal.
President Joe Biden says he is committed to “fixing our immigration system for good.".
The U.S. has imposed more sanctions on Iranian government officials in response to the death of 22-year-old Mahsa Amini.
A Nebraska man has been sentenced to 18 months in prison for online threats he made last year against Colorado’s top elections official in one of the first cases brought by a federal task force devoted to protecting elections workers across the U.S. who have been subject to increasing threats.
The FBI estimates violent crime rates didn’t increase substantially last year, though they remained above pre-pandemic levels, according to annual crime data.
Police in Mississippi’s capital city have agreed to pull back on aggressive roadblocks.
U.S. officials say that U.S. special operations forces conducted a raid in northeast Syria overnight, killing an Islamic State insurgent who was involved in smuggling weapons and fighters.