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WASHINGTON, D.C. (NPR) — More murders across America are going unsolved, exacerbating the grief of families already reeling and worsening the largely cracked trust between police and the public, especially… Read More
WASHINGTON, D.C. (NPR) — On one level, it’s almost impossible to put a dollar figure on lives shattered by gun violence or to try to measure the pain of having… Read More
More than two dozen off-duty officers attended the pro-Trump rally. Federal investigators will determine if they broke any the laws during the insurrection.
Community Supported Agriculture programs that sell a weekly box of produce directly to consumers are popular amid concerns about grocery shopping during the pandemic.
The National Sheriffs’ Association has published a detailed guide to jail-based medication-assisted treatment. States hardest hit by opioids are moving fastest to get inmates the help needed to quit.
A Human Rights Watch report raises questions about the legality of some investigative tactics federal, state and local police are allegedly using to mask sources of evidence in criminal cases.