Judge Jeanine's Caseload

  • US Launches Airstrikes on Terror Targets in Iraq

    U.S. fighter jets launched a "targeted" airstrike on Friday against Islamic militants in Iraq, just hours after President Obama authorized military action to protect U.S. personnel and Iraqi civilians.

  • Congress Struggling to Pass Border Bill

    House Republican leaders, a day after failing to get a vote on their border crisis bill, are scrambling to piece together a new version before lawmakers break for the August recess -- even though there's little chance of any bill getting to President Obama's desk in the near-term.

  • Iraq's Christians Appeal to World for Help

    Iraqi Christians are begging for help from the civilized world after Mosul, the northern city where they have lived and worshiped for 2,000 years, was purged of non-Muslims by ISIS, the jihadist terror group that claims to have established its own nation in the region.

  • Finger Pointing After Malaysia Airlines Crash in Ukraine

    As pro-Russian separatists and the Ukrainian government traded charges about who was behind the surface-to-air missile that downed a Malaysia Airlines jet with 298 aboard Thursday, Ukraine's separatist rebels on Friday said they have found "most" of the plane's recording devices.

  • Flood of Lawsuits to Follow Wave of Illegal Immigrants?

    Illegal immigrants pouring across the border could trigger a wave of lawsuits flooding the U.S. court system for years and costing taxpayers millions, according to legal experts.

  • E-Mails Show Lois Lerner Sought Audit of GOP Senator

    Congressional investigators have uncovered emails showing ex-IRS official Lois Lerner targeted a sitting Republican senator for a proposed internal audit, a discovery one GOP lawmaker called "shocking."

  • Benghazi Attack Suspect Captured

    Khattala was long thought to be one of the ringleaders of the deadly attack, in which U.S. Ambassador Chris Stevens and three other Americans died. He had openly granted media interviews since the 2012 attack, but until now evaded capture.

  • EMPs: A Blast That Could Darken the World

    An electro-magnetic pulse attack could destroy America's defenses, leaving the U.S. in a technology world equivalent to the 1800s. We wouldn't even be able to figure out who attacked us.

  • Honoring Brian Terry

    Click here to learn more about what happened to the slain ATF agent and how you can help honor his memory

'Justice' on Benghazi