Newark, New Jersey - Six New Jersey residents were among nine individuals charged in four states for their alleged roles in a dog-fighting network, spanning from New Mexico to New Jersey. The charges stem from a probe by multiple agencies, including U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s (ICE) Homeland Security Investigations (HSI).

West Lafayette, Indiana - Randy Roberts, Purdue University distinguished professor of history, can talk about Muhammad Ali from a historical perspective.

Washington, DC - Today, President Barack Obama granted commutation of sentences to 42 individuals.

Washington, DC - The Treasure of the Sierra Madre. The Italian Job. The Lords of the Rings. The quest for gold is a common theme in action films. But for many consumers who sent money to Encino, California-based Discount Gold Brokers, a lawsuit filed by the FTC alleges that the adventure has turned into a horror movie.

Washington, DC - It has been 27 years since the Chinese government violently suppressed peaceful protests in and around Tiananmen Square. The United States government continues to call for a full public accounting of those killed, detained, or missing and for an end to censorship of discussions about the events of June 4, 1989, as well as an end to harassment and detention of those who wish to peacefully commemorate the anniversary.

Washington, DC - President Obama’s leadership has helped catalyze the largest investment in clean energy in U.S. history and has expanded that progress globally, providing the opportunity to advance low-carbon economies, create jobs, and establish entirely new industries that will drive global wealth and prosperity. We are already starting to see progress. Last year, the world set two new records –global investment in renewable energy was the highest ever, and, for the first time, more than half of the world’s new electric capacity came from clean sources.