Preliminary data from the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund indicates a 12% increase in law enforcement deaths in 2018.
Donald Trump tweeted a video of himself with special forces in Iraq that were previously undisclosed during his trip to visit the troops.
Federal workers are beginning to feel the weight of an extend shutdown, and there doesn’t appear to be any relief in sight.
Israel’s coalition government has dissolved parliament and will reconvene for elections in April, a full eight months ahead of the deadline.
After receiving enormous criticism for his decision not to visit the troops this Christmas, Trump decided to pay a visit to those fighting his battles after all.
Customs and Border Protection, which had custody of the boy and his father, announced the child’s death Tuesday around midday.
Members of the Iron Triangle Press team are busy celebrating the holidays, so we’ve compiled today’s headlines into one quick Monday Digest — regular content will resume Wednesday.
Today, the Supreme Court upheld the block on the administration’s ban against immigrants who cross the border outside a legal port of entry and their ability to apply for asylum.
Yesterday, the Justice for Victims of Lynching Act was passed unanimously in the House of Representatives.
After a tumultuous day of many back-and-forth decisions, the House passed a funding bill with $5 billion allocated for the construction of a wall at the U.S.-Mexico border.