Taking a Break to Celebrate Cops
What began as a day in 1962 has morphed into a weeklong celebration.
Without enough volunteers to respond to emergencies, some fire departments are cutting services or even shutting down. Most are changing the way they recruit.
The president wants to release detained immigrants in cities where local leaders oppose his immigration policies.
A generation ago, most Democrats and Republicans backed capital punishment. But in New Hampshire, lawmakers on both sides of the aisle just voted to abolish it, reflecting a nationwide trend.
States are starting to address the jurisdictional issues that leave so many of these cases unsolved.
Minnesota and Ohio are weighing whether to repeal loopholes that make it legal to rape your spouse.
What’s likely the most comprehensive review of research on body cameras shows that they're most often used to prosecute citizens, not police. And while they've led to fewer citizen complaints, their impact on other aspects of policing, such as use of force, is less certain.