Arpaio was convicted of criminal contempt and later pardoned by President Donald Trump.
Sen. Mitt Romney said it would be "unthinkable" to pardon service members who were "legitimately convicted of committing war crimes."
A Daily Beast report reveals Hegseth’s private push to aid military members who have allegedly committed horrific crimes.
The California governor granted clemency to seven people with state convictions on their records.
The president granted a full pardon to Michael Behenna, who was convicted of killing a suspected al-Qaeda detainee.
Joe Giudice is facing deportation back to his native Italy after serving a prison sentence for a range of fraud and tax crimes.
The Department of Homeland Security denied the report, which CNN sourced to two senior administration officials.
Defense attorney Lanny Davis says Cohen didn't lie under oath because he didn't ask about a pardon directly -- his then-lawyer did.
The president has so far refused to take pardoning his former campaign chairman off the table.
The clemency granted to Brown, now 30, is a reminder that many Americans are imprisoned for crimes they committed as youths.
"Broomsticks breaking," quips the former Nixon White House lawyer, slamming Trump's claims that the Robert Mueller investigation is a witch hunt.
Fox News host Ainsley Earhardt said Trump "feels bad" for his former campaign manager.
The 2015 re-sentencing of Dwight Lincoln Hammond Jr. and Steven Hammond led to their supporters occupying the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge in Oregon.
They suggested Trump issue a mass pardon for prisoners who have already served many years for nonviolent drug crimes.
The Supreme Court already overturned Ali's conviction in 1971.
After Trump said he could pardon himself, HuffPost asked every GOP House member if they'd support impeachment if he did so.
Alice Marie Johnson was released from Aliceville Correctional Facility after President Donald Trump commuted her life sentence. The president had recently met with Kim Kardashian, who advocated on Johnson’s behalf in the Oval Office.