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A Virginia man with fake inaugural credentials, a loaded handgun and more than 500 rounds of ammunition was busted while trying to pass through a U.S. Capitol Police checkpoint in downtown Washington on Friday, according to authorities.
Seattle's interim police chief has fired an officer for making a racist remark about a Black man last year, following an internal review prompted by three officers who reported their colleague's comments, according to records released last week by the city's police watchdog.
You would think DuPage County Public Defender Jeff York would be happy to see the end of cash bail in Illinois, as promised by criminal justice legislation that passed Wednesday, and he is — for the most part.
Police in Parker have launched a criminal investigation of Denver Broncos linebacker Von Miller.
A staunch opponent of wearing masks became the latest South Floridian to wind up behind bars over COVID-19 rules when she refused to cover her face inside a West Boca bagel shop, deputies say.
After a Tik Tok video was posted that shows three people using a submerged Onondaga County Sheriff’s Office car as a video prop, sheriff’s office spokesman Sgt. Jon Seeber confirmed the department is investigating the video.
Oakland police pledged to investigate allegations that officers have endorsed or "been involved" in social media accounts of Wednesday's Capitol takeover.
The Illinois General Assembly returns to Springfield on Friday for a lame-duck session that gives embattled Speaker Michael Madigan a final opportunity to make his case to remain at the helm of the House, while the Black Caucus makes a push for its wide-ranging social justice agenda.
At least two Seattle police officers who were in Washington, D.C., on Wednesday during the riot at the U.S. Capitol have been placed on administrative leave, according to a Friday night statement from interim Police Chief Adrian Diaz.
More video has emerged showing the struggle between officers and the insurrectionists who stormed inside the Capitol on Wednesday.