The U.S. attorney's office filed an appeal of what it called the "unreasonably lenient" sentences given to a former Army major and his wife who were convicted of abusing their three young foster children for several years.
NEWARK, N.J. (AP) -- Federal immigration officials say the driver of a suspicious vehicle that was stopped at a security checkpoint as it tried to enter an Army arsenal in New Jersey is on track to be deported.
NEWARK, N.J. (AP) — A federal judge declared a mistrial Friday in the child abuse case of an Army officer and his wife, a day after a prosecutor mentioned the death of one of their children while questioning a witness.
I know. It’s an insane suggestion, and it would never happen. Social Security payments to millions of Americans would cause an uproar heard from coast to coast. Could you imagine how life would be for those depending on their monthly check...