Indigenous Women Engage Feds To Combat Violence in Alaska

Reading Time: 8 minutes “You people take death too seriously.” Those words, from a commander with the Alaska State Troopers,

Video Released of Suspect Slashing New Jersey Officer’s Face

Antwan Whitlock, 35, of Union Township, allegedly slashed an officer with a knife in late December, officials said. He was

Man Accused of Fatally Ramming Retiring FL Deputy Faces Murder Charge

Travis Zachary Garrett, 28, intentionally plowed his car into the marked patrol car of LaVigne earlier this month, meriting the

Major who Commanded Unit in Breonna Taylor Raid Demoted

Major Kimberly Burbrink, head of the Criminal Interdiction Division, which carried out the March 13 raid at Taylor’s apartment, is

FBI Asks for Public Help in IDing 10 Capitol Rioters

The FBI is asking the public for help identifying 10 individuals who are accused of assaulting federal officers and engaging

Trump Commutes Sentence of Man Convicted of Ordering Murder of NY Officer

Jamie Davidson was serving a life sentence for his role in the murder of Officer Wallie Howard Jr. He was

LAPD Pay Raises Take Effect During Talk of Budget Cuts, Layoffs

Union officials said LAPD already made sacrifices in 2020 when the City Council approved a $150 million cut to its

CT Man Arrested and Charged with Attacking DC Officer During Capitol Riot

The Justice Department criminal complaint says McCaughey repeatedly told the officer “just go home” and “come on man, you are

Houston Officer Who Resigned Last Week, Arrested Over U.S. Capitol Entry

The former officer faces charges of knowingly entering or remaining in any restricted building or grounds without lawful authority and

Wounded Ride-Along Files Claim Against Virginia Agency

Attorneys for Macy Raquel Hooper say the police department was careless in allowing her to “ride along” with an officer

Biden Picked a Lot of Obama People. Here’s Why It’s OK.

Reading Time: 4 minutes President-elect Joe Biden finalized his Cabinet picks on Thursday, naming US Appeals Court Judge Merrick Garland

Switzerland Risks Becoming Beijing’s Security Satellite

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Lawmakers Want to Award Capitol Officer Congressional Medal for Diverting Mob

Reps. Nancy Mace (R-S.C.), Emanuel Cleaver (D-Mo.) and Charlie Crist (D-Fla.) introduced the measure, saying Goodman deserves Congress’ highest civilian honor after

L.A. Prosecutors Try to Drop Special Enhancements for Accused Cop Killers, Judges Reject Requests

Superior Court Judge Hayden Zacky ruled that it was “not in the interest of justice” to dismiss the special circumstance

Fired MS Officer Arrested in Florida with Badges and Ammo Taken from Former Agency

Deputies said they located a loaded gun in the man’s pocket and inside the Tahoe they found a backpack containing

3 NY Officers Injured Saving Man from Burning Motel

According to the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office, deputies called to the scene briefly spoke with someone through the door of

FBI Issues Alert to Police Chiefs Warning of Extremist Threats

In the call with police chiefs, Christopher Wray, the FBI director, and Kenneth Cuccinelli, the acting deputy secretary of the

NY Attorney General Sues NYPD Claiming Excessive Force During Floyd Protests

New York’s state Attorney General Letitia James on Thursday sued New York City Mayor Bill De Blasio and the city’s

A Bill Gates Venture Aims to Spray Dust Into the Atmosphere to Block the Sun. What Could Go Wrong?

Reading Time: 2 minutes National Guardsmen Sleep on Capitol Building Floors Amid Threats of Violence (Dan) The author writes, “Hundreds

NC Reports Fewer Drivers on Roads Because of COVID is Hurting Citation Revenue

In 2020, state troopers issued 60,000 fewer tickets, or a 20 percent decrease than in years past.

2 Virginia Officers Face Federal Charges Over Illegally Entering Capitol

A federal arrest warrant unsealed Wednesday charges officer Jacob Fracker and Sgt. Thomas “T.J.” Robertson with knowingly entering a restricted

Murder Trial of Former Minneapolis Officer Chauvin to be Held Separately Beginning March 8

Hennepin County Judge Peter Cahill’s latest legal order makes it clear that the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and space limitations, even

3 Puerto Rico Officers Shot and Killed by Car Thieves

The three officers, state policeman Luis Marrero Diaz, and San Juan municipal police, Luis Salaman Conde and Eliezer Hernandez Cartagena,

FL Deputy Killed in Vehicle Ramming Attack 1 Shift from Retirement

Master Corporal Brian LaVigne was killed, when a suspect who was fleeing deputies, intentionally crashed into the driver’s side of