Police

Hawley Bill Takes On Cop Suicide Crisis

Police officers more likely to die by suicide than in the line of duty

A new bipartisan bill aims to provide much-needed information to lawmakers about the rising scourge of suicide among America's police officers.

Once-Relevant Candidate Appears on Cover of Once-Relevant Magazine

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Senator Kamala Harris's (D., Calif.) days are numbered as even a minimally relevant contender in the 2020 Democratic primary. That might be why Time magazine, a formerly relevant publication, decided to feature the notoriously ruthless former attorney general on its cover—before it is too late.

The Crime Decline Might Be Over

New report adds to evidence that violent crime's drop has stalled

America's long-running crime decline appears to have come to a halt, a new report from the Bureau of Justice Statistics indicates.

DOJ Busts 35 in Drug Conspiracy

Virginia crew allegedly had enough fentanyl to kill 14 million people

The Department of Justice indicted 35 drug traffickers who collectively participated in a conspiracy to sell tons of highly potent drugs in eastern Virginia.

Buttigieg Reboots Campaign After Police Shooting

Supporters say the incident 'slowed him down from being too hot too fast'

Mayor Pete Buttigieg's polling numbers have sagged since a police shooting in his hometown of South Bend roiled his presidential campaign, but he is launching a serious reboot, according to senior campaign adviser Lis Smith.