After issuing a scathing report and reaching a $209 million settlement, officials are moving ahead on an internal probe of the agency that regulates mines and a federal criminal investigation of the disaster that killed 29 miners.
Four years after nine coal miners and mine rescuers died underground in the Crandall Canyon mine in Utah, federal prosecutors say they're still not ready to file criminal charges or to conclude no charges are warranted. Read Post
A United Nations (UN) committee on torture has issued a scathing report that calls on US officials to thoroughly investigate and prosecute instances of police brutality in the United States, Reuters is reporting. Released in the wak... Read Post