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The Supreme Court on Thursday made it harder for longtime immigrants who have been convicted of a crime to avoid deportation. Justice Neil Gorsuch wrote the opinion for a 5-3 conservative majority.
A former police chief accused in 12 arsons kept a list of targets and put lives in danger, officials said today. He allegedly torched a home in Clarksburg, Maryland, twice. When the residents moved, officials say he set their new home on fire too
The IRS identified $2.3 billion in tax fraud last year, and experts worry that the toll may be even higher this year as scammers wait to take advantage of the many Americans who plan to file electronically for the first time.
“If you’re looking for a house that screams 'I’ve got bizarre and ominous energy!' then honey stop the car because you’ve found it right here,” the real estate agent Philippa Main said describing the listing.
One person was killed in a small plane crash in Loudoun County, according to Virginia State Police.
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D.C. Police Officer DanielHodges’ bravery has gone viral with a video of him being crushed against a door during the U.S. Capitol riot. "If it wasn't my job, I would have done that for free," Hodges said.
Woman's March on Washington didn't yield a single arrest, according to D.C. Homeland Security Director
No D.C. school marching bands applied to perform in Trump's inaugural parade, after participating in past 5 parades