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By Associated Press
Permitless carry laws have created a dilemma for officers working the streets: They now have to decide, sometimes in seconds, if someone with the right to carry a gun is a danger.
By Rebecca Reynolds, Associated Press
A new report says that the names of hundreds of U.S. law enforcement officers, elected officials and military members appear on the leaked membership rolls of a far-right extremist group that's accused of playing a key role in the Jan.
By Alanna Durkin Richer, Michael Kunzelman, Associated Press
Local law enforcement agencies from suburban Southern California to rural North Carolina have been using an obscure cellphone tracking tool, at times without search warrants, that empowers them to follow people's movements months back in time.
By Garance Burke, Jason Dearen, Associated Press
President Biden voiced new urgency in a speech touting the recently-enacted bipartisan gun safety law and promoting funding for police. He drew a stark contrast with some Republicans who have called to defund the FBI. Crime researcher John Roman and…
By Laura Barrón-López
By News Desk
The Supreme Court heard arguments Wednesday on a case that centers on the possible expansion of the Bivens Doctrine, which essentially shields federal agents from possible legal liability if the actions in question occur in the course of their work.
By Amna Nawaz, Tess Conciatori
Recent shootings in New York City have spotlighted a troubling rise in gun violence and homicide across the country. Amna Nawaz reports on why violent crime has increased and how cities can prevent it.
By Sara Cline, Associated Press
The debate about public safety spending has also shifted for departments from New York City to Los Angeles. They are seeing their finances partially restored in response to rising homicides, an officer exodus and political pressures.
President Joe Biden signed three bipartisan bills that expand benefits for the nations law enforcement officers and first responders along with the communities they serve.
By Steve Karnowski, Amy Forliti, Associated Press
Mohamed Noor fatally shot an unarmed woman after she called 911 to report a possible rape happening behind her home. Noor was sentenced Thursday to nearly five years in prison — the maximum allowed for manslaughter after his murder conviction…
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