A new report released Monday makes good on a Trump administration promise to apply pressure to so-called sanctuary cities.
The police response to 18 days of protests following the police killing of a black man in Minneapolis is under the microscope in a report released Monday by the Department of Justice.
A bill working its way through the Alabama legislature would allow a megachurch in suburban Birmingham to form its own police department.
Video surfaced Sunday showing a tense confrontation erupt as two men — one armed and wearing a mask and body armor, and the other with a camera — enter the lobby of the Dearborn police station.
A nationally syndicated conservative radio host who regularly makes fun of Chicago’s shooting victims is receiving an award this weekend, a move that’s drawing outrage from a local priest.
There was a mix-up between the Department of Justice and the city of Memphis Friday about whether the federal agency would continue a review of the city’s police department.
Seven Baltimore police officers in an elite gun unit were arrested Wednesday, all of them accused of wide ranging abuses of power including citizen shakedowns, falsified court documents and overtime fraud.
Officials Thursday said a deadly U.S. raid in Yemen yielded actionable intelligence, contradicting reports from earlier in the week.
A federal judge in California agreed Wednesday to release the widow of Pulse nightclub shooter Omar Mateen, saying it’s “debatable” that she helped him carry out the attack.
A Bureau of Land Management ranger testified Tuesday that he stopped a recording on his body camera during the armed standoff in Nevada in 2014 just as authorities started to fear a gunfight.