The Category 1 storm made landfall in South Carolina after leaving hundreds of people dead in Haiti and a trail of devastation across the Caribbean.
By ignoring illegitimate policing, America has also failed to address the danger this illegitimacy poses to those who must do the policing.
A Maryland man who worked for Booz Allen Hamilton has been charged with stealing classified materials.
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“I’m going to hit him,” one Sacramento officer says as the car approaches Joseph Mann. “Go for it,” the other officer says.
The reality-TV star was held at gunpoint while in Paris for the city’s biannual fashion week.
Donald Trump has soaked up an astronomical amount of free media over the past year—$2 billion worth…
Governor Jerry Brown signs two new bills into law inspired by the Stanford rape case.
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Alfred Olango was shot four times after pointing a vaping device at officers.
The case received little attention last November, but prosecutors say it’s another recorded example of excessive police force.
The national park’s superintendent resigned a week after a congressional hearing found widespread misconduct.
Governor Jerry Brown signed a bill eliminating the state's statute of limitations for sex-related crimes on Wednesday.
The South Korean company confirmed some of its top-loading washers may “experience abnormal vibrations.”
The severity of the crash is unclear.
Police say Alfred Okwera Olango pointed a vaping device before he was killed in a San Diego suburb Tuesday.
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Three people, including two children, suffered minor injuries after a teenage shooter opened fire, officials said.
Officers in El Cajon, California, originally said the man had a gun, but there’s growing doubt he had a weapon.
A surprising name came up in conversation earlier this year in Miami. Just before President Obama visited Cuba in March…
The U.S. Department of Justice is giving more than 100 police agencies $20 million for the technology.