The top attorney for the US House of Representatives is now weighing in on the legal fight over how federal agents handled the investigation of former Illinois Rep. Aaron Schock, raising "serious concern about improper investigation tactics," namely, recording Schock's conversations with congressional staff and "the apparent theft of official records" from his office.
Federal prosecutors are denying any misconduct in response to former Illinois Rep. Aaron Schock's claim that the FBI used one of his staff members to secretly record conversations with his staff and "steal" numerous documents from his office.
Sadness, worry and broken hearts are just some of the feelings expressed by sixth graders in Cairo, Illinois, in letters sent to Housing and Urban Development Secretary Ben Carson, whose agency decided to level two housing complexes some of the students call home.
Jack Daniel McCullough filed a wrongful conviction lawsuit Friday in federal court in Rockford, Illinois, accusing police and prosecutors of engaging in "pervasive misconduct" to frame him for an infamous cold case murder.
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