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People Expected Police Behavior to Change After George Floyd’s Murder. The Numbers Tell a Different Story
Since last June, police in the U.S. have killed people at virtually the same rate that they have for the past five years ...
Efforts to Weed Out Extremists in Law Enforcement Meet Resistance
In the battle to stamp out extremism from the ranks of the police, lawmakers from California to Minnesota have proposed solutions they thought were straightforward. Some laws would empower the police ...
100 days in power, Myanmar junta holds pretense of control
After Myanmar’s military seized power by ousting the elected government of Aung San Suu Kyi, it couldn’t even make the trains run on time. State railway workers were among the ...
Ingraham: The left wants US to stay in COVID crisis mode
Laura Ingraham, Raymond Arroyo, Peter McCullough, Nicholas Wade, Alan Dershowitz, Stephen Miller, Sara Erwin, Frank Crivelli ...
Body-cam video could help curb LAPD abuses … if they actually let you see it
Body-worn camera footage can be crucial in cases where police are accused of using excessive force – it helped a Minnesota jury understand the full details surrounding George Floyd’s death, and also ...
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Calls for justice at N.C. funeral of Andrew Brown Jr.
The Rev. Al Sharpton issued a powerful call for transparency and the release of body camera footage at the funeral Monday for Andrew Brown Jr., a Black man shot and ...
Biden, congressional Democrats push for George Floyd Justice in Policing Act by May 25
Biden had promised executive action on police accountability in the first 100 days of his presidency, but recently changed course to back legislation already making its way through Congress.
Chief postal inspector tells lawmakers that social media monitoring began after George Floyd protests
The U.S. Postal Service’s law enforcement arm began monitoring social media posts following the Black Lives Matter protests last summer, according to congressional aides and lawmakers.
Sen. Paul assesses president's first 100 days in office: 'It's Biden's way or the highway'
The first 100 days, Joe Biden's radical policies on full display this upcoming week, as he gears up for his first joint address to Congress and his 100th day in office. Coming up: grading his agenda.
Justice Department opens investigation into Minneapolis policing practices
"Yesterday’s verdict in the state criminal trial does not address potentially systemic policing issues in Minneapolis," Attorney General Merrick Garland said.
Verdict: Guilty in Chauvin trial
Ex-police officer is convicted of killing George Floyd, which touched off a year of Black Lives Matter protests.