Texas Abortion Providers Accuse Gov. of ‘Playing Politics,’ Sue over Abortion Ban amid Coronavirus

Texas abortion providers sued the state Wednesday to challenge an order that prohibited procedures considered not medically necessary, including abortion.

China Vaults Past US, Russia in New ‘Great Game’

Reading Time: 5 minutes TASHKENT, Uzbekistan — To many Americans, Central Asia may seem distant and insignificant. But the region

Washington Trooper Struck, Killed by Fleeing Motorist

Washington State Police Trooper Justin Schaffer was struck and killed by a fleeing motorist while attempting to deploy spike strips

How New Technologies are Changing Simulator Training

Training simulator features like 4K, augmented reality, virtual reality, and WiFi connected screens are paving the way for the next

Miami Officers Shop for Seniors Vulnerable to Coronavirus

“It’s important for them to understand the police department is there for them all the time but especially now in

ISPs temporarily drop data caps they lobbied Congress to keep legal

(Cindy Ord/Getty Images for Comcast) Forced into their homes amid the coronavirus outbreak, those lucky enough to be working from

‘Unprecedented’: N.C. Sheriff Suspends New Pistol Permits Due to ‘250 Percent Increase in Demand’

Sheriff Gerald Baker said Tuesday that he was suspending applications for pistols and concealed carry firearms until April 30.

‘At Last We Have a Deal’: Senate and White House Agree on $2 Trillion Stimulus Plan

Senate leaders and the Trump administration reached a deal on a $2 trillion stimulus package to blunt the economic impact

Louisiana Deputy Cleared in Fatal OIS at No-Knock Drug Raid

Prosecutors will not bring charges against a West Baton Rouge, LA, deputy who fatally shot a Port Allen man during

(Video) Propper Shows POLICE the ARC Vest at SHOT Show 2020

In the Propper booth at SHOT Show 2020, POLICE Contributing Web Editor Doug Wyllie gets the details on the ARC

Kudlow Projects Coronavirus Aid Package to Reach ‘Roughly’ $6 Trillion

White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow on Tuesday projected that the total economic stimulus to be enacted by the federal

RNC sets sights on blue House seats in November

(Mario Tama/Getty Images) As vulnerable House Democrats elected in 2018 look to defend their seats in November, the Republican National

Free Tech Tools Are Keeping Communities Connected During Pandemic

Reading Time: 2 minutes Colorado Abolishes the Death Penalty and Ends Prison Gerrymandering (DonkeyHotey) From the Appeal: “Colorado is the

Amid coronavirus outbreak, not all congressional stock trades are created equal

(Drew Angerer/Getty Images) While the nation is immobilized by the coronavirus pandemic, a handful of lawmakers are defending their stock

‘Taking Hostages’: Sasse Slams Pelosi for Adding ‘Liberal Wish List’ to Emergency Coronavirus Bill

Senator Ben Sasse took aim at Speaker Nancy Pelosi for hijacking Senate negotiations over an economic relief package of policies

70 NYPD Officers Have Confirmed Cases of Coronavirus

Police Commissioner Dermot Shea said 70 uniformed members of the NYPD and 28 civilians employees have tested positive for COVID-19.

LAPD Officers Told to Expect 12-Hour Shifts Because of Coronavirus

Senior LAPD officials have grave concerns about coronavirus infections spreading among officers, who would then have to be isolated and

Dem. Senator Breaks with Party on Coronavirus Stimulus, ‘Embarrassed’ by Partisan Negotiations

Senator Doug Jones on Monday afternoon broke with fellow Democrats to vote in favor of a fast-tracking an economic stimulus