Whatever it was, he ate it.
Prison officials at the U.S. Disciplinary Barracks at Fort Leavenworth have blocked packets of mail with stories about prisoner issues, including an article by BuzzFeed News, and a book by artist Molly Crabapple from reaching Chelsea Manning.
Clinton: “The Republicans in the Senate and on the campaign trail who are calling for Justice Scalia’s seat to remain vacant dishonor our Constitution. The Senate has a constitutional responsibility here that it cannot abdicate for partisan political reasons.”
Vermin Supreme, by the way, is the guy who wears a rubber boot on his head.
And Trump responded with a very Trumpian tweetstorm.
Citing the recently passed budget bills in Congress, the Justice Department announced it will suspend a program that distributes asset forfeiture revenues to state and local police departments across the country.
The presidential campaign filed a lawsuit in federal court Friday after the Democratic National Committee barred its aides from accessing voter data.
FitzGibbon Media suddenly announced it was closing Thursday amid allegations that the group's president sexually harassed female employees.
An anti-Islam event fizzles.
Letters containing powder appeared at the offices of the Council on American-Islamic Relations in Washington, D.C., and Santa Clara, California.
President Obama again called for restricting those on the no-fly from purchasing guns in his Oval Office address Sunday night.
“The problem lies in the fact that the city refuses to stop taking property from innocent people.”
UFC champion tells Maxim: "If he doesn’t win against Hillary, then I’ll probably vote for a third party again."
After calling for an end to the federal prohibition of marijuana last week, Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders introduced a bill Wednesday to remove marijuana from the federal government's list of Schedule I drugs.
Seven South Carolina inmates received a combined total of nearly 20 years in solitary confinement after a rap video they created behind bars made its way to WorldStarHipHop.com.
A group of Republican and Democrat senators announced a long-awaited deal on a broad criminal justice bill Thursday. Advocates didn't get the cuts in mandatory minimums they were hoping for but are still supporting the bill.
Counting isn't among them.
The Drug Enforcement Administration has suspended compensation payments to confidential informants after a watchdog report finds no legal basis for them.
"We've got a lot of people in prison, frankly, that don't really in my view need to be there," House Speaker John Boehner said Tuesday.
Rapper Killer Mike of Run the Jewels endorses progressive crusader Bernie Sanders for president.