The coronavirus has sparked concerns about how private medical information is being used. Health officials in at least 35 U.S. states are sharing the addresses of those who test positive for coronavirus to first responders who request it.
By Jeffrey Brown, Sam Lane, Lena I. Jackson
Mixing art with criminal justice has become increasingly common in the U.S. The work often tackles complex subjects of redemption and reform. Jeffrey Brown recently traveled to Philadelphia for a look at a new program bringing art to an unexpected…
By Matt O'Brien, Associated Press
The companies have been sending cease-and-desist letters to New York-based Clearview AI, which works with law enforcement agencies.
By Ivan Moreno, Gretchen Ehlke, Associated Press
The student and the officer were taken to hospitals, but no one else was injured in the shooting, a police spokesperson said.
For law enforcement, the case for using genetic genealogy is strong. But it's not foolproof.
By Kevin Freking, Nomaan Merchant, Associated Press
Speaking Thursday at the White House, Matthew Albence called the September ruling an example of "judicial overreach" that threatened public safety.
By Don Babwin, Associated Press
The reports don't appear to reveal much new information on the investigations into Jason Van Dyke and 15 other officers.
By Associated Press
Sandeep Dhaliwal was the first Sikh sheriff's deputy in the Houston area.
By Michael Rubinkam, Associated Press
Sniff and search is no longer the default for police in some of the 33 states that have legalized marijuana.
It’s been five years since Michael Brown Jr. was shot and killed by a police officer in Ferguson, Missouri. The incident sparked protests, questions about race and police brutality and a Justice Department conclusion that the city’s law enforcement practices…
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