A painting that depicts police officers as pigs and has been hanging in a tunnel of the Capitol will be permanently removed next week.
U.S. police officers are now more concerned about their personal safety than in previous years as fatal attacks on cops have escalated, according to a new report.
High-profile fatal clashes between police and black men in the U.S. have made officers reluctant to use force and stop suspicious people as tensions between cops and African American communities remain on edge, according to a study released Wednesday.
The Congressional Black Caucus held an event on Tuesday to rehang a painting that depicts police officers as pigs, which Rep. Duncan Hunter (R., Calif.) removed last week from a tunnel that connects the Capitol with a House office building.
It was nine years ago today on Jan. 7, 2008 that top Clinton family adviser Sidney Blumenthal was arrested in Nashua, New Hampshire, and given a drunk driving charge by police.
President Obama’s decision to appoint Debo Adegbile, a top lawyer for cop-killer Mumia Abu-Jamal whose nomination to the Justice Department was rejected by the Senate in 2014, to a federal commission was met with harsh criticism from Sen. Pat Toomey (R., Pa.) and a top official at the nation’s largest police union, who called it a “kick in the teeth to the cops.”
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte risks impeachment after he admitted “personally” killing criminals when he was the mayor of Davao City, said two Philippine senators.