In exchange for a lesser sentence, Joyce Mitchell pled guilty to charges of criminal facilitation and promoting prison contraband, and agreed to cooperate with authorities.
The agency’s bulk collection program garnered international attention after former NSA contractor Edward Snowden unveiled the intelligence gathering in 2013.
The Vermont senator and presidential candidate called for 'commonsense' gun control Sunday in New Orleans, just two hours outside the town of Lafayette, where nine were injured and three died last week in a theater shooting.
In groundbreaking hire, the Arizona Cardinals selected Jen Welter as the team's training camp and preseason coaching intern.
After angering many with his comments about John McCain, Donald Trump is still at the top of the polls – but some data may not be up-to-date.
The Boy Scouts of Americas ended its longstanding ban on gay adults on Monday, but the debate over whether gay men should be permitted to lead Boy Scout troops is far from over.
A cyberattack has become the latest act of resistance against the group.
Curtis and Catherine Jones were 12 and 13 when they were convicted of murder, and at the time, they were the youngest Americans to receive that verdict. Now they're getting out of prison after 16 years.
Since the Senate went nuclear in 2013, senators have learned that you can change nearly any Senate process if you can find a nondebatable motion. Senate conservatives could use this method to try to scuttle the Import-Export bank.