The Justice Department has opened an investigation into its own possible misconduct in the wrist-slap prosecution of multimillionaire serial pedophile Jeffrey Epstein. The investigation is being conducted by the department’s Office of Professional Responsibility, according to MSNBC. “OPR has now opened an investigation into allegations that Department attorneys may have committed professional misconduct in the manner

Dramatic footage shows a drunk driver three times over the limit crash into a wall during a police pursuit. Warwickshire Police captured the video from an unmarked car which they used to chase the vehicle in Coleshill on Saturday evening. The arrested driver took a breathalyser test whilst in custody which read 108/100ml breath when the limit

Letter offers Labour’s support if PM makes five binding commitments – including joining a customs union Jeremy Corbyn has written to the prime minister, offering to throw Labour’s support behind her Brexit deal if she makes five legally binding commitments – including joining a customs union. The Labour leader held private talks with Theresa May last

Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez shot back at critics who complained that she didn’t show much enthusiasm while attending the State of the Union address, saying President Trump’s speech was an “unsettling night for our country.” “Why should I be ‘spirited and warm’ for this embarrassment of a #SOTU?,” Ocasio-Cortez wrote on her Twitter account after the speech late Tuesday.

Federal prosecutors in New York subpoenaed President Trump’s inauguration committee on Monday — requesting documents that show donors, finances and benefits handed down during the ceremony, according to a new report. A lawyer for the committee received the subpoena on Monday evening, The New York Times reported, citing unnamed officials familiar with the probe. The subpoena

May to give speech on trip to Northern Ireland underscoring her commitment to avoiding hard border Theresa May will insist she can find a way to deliver a Brexit deal that can win the backing of MPs when she visits Belfast in an attempt to reassure businesses and politicians in Northern Ireland she can break the deadlock

An Australian photojournalist who was held hostage for more than a year by Somalian kidnappers has revealed how he managed to evade his captors. Nigel Brennan was in 2008 taken hostage by Somalian rebels during a trip to the war-torn country to take photos with his colleague Canadian journalist Amanda Lindhout. ‘I look back at

The head of the medical school whose yearbook sparked controversy after racist photos surfaced on Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam’s page in 1984 got rid of the annual after he found pictures of students in Confederate garb, according to a report on Monday. Shortly after Provost Richard Homan hired Mekbib Gemeda as vice president of diversity at Eastern

The historic flooding has also displaced crocodiles and snakes, according to officials who issued a warning of wayward reptiles in floodwaters. Over the past week, record levels of rain have deluged Queensland in northeastern Australia, prompting emergency evacuations – as well as some surreal sights. Hundreds of people have been forced to leave their homes

Prosecutors have sought further analysis of fibres from a car driven by alleged Claremont serial killer Bradley Edwards ahead of the trial. Bradley Robert Edwards, 50, will go on trial over the murders of Ms Glennon, 27, Jane Rimmer, 23, and 18-year-old Sarah Spiers. Ms Spiers was the first of the Claremont victims to vanish