Another botched drug raid under a no-knock warrant. Only this time one of the SWAT team members was killed and the grand jury said it was justified.
During his deposition in front of Detroit's bankruptcy judge, financial manager Kevyn Orr revealed how a couple of banks and an insurance company broke the law by fraudulently funding Detroit's pensions under former Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick.
Radley Balko makes a compelling case that the militarized police is the type of standing army our Founders said was inconsistent with liberty.
As Americans gathered around their televisions Sunday night to watch the showdown between the Denver Broncos and Seattle Seahawks, an FBI sting operation had already successfully rescued from the sex trade 16 juveniles, some as young as 13, and more than 50 adult women who were brought to New Jersey by their pimps in the weeks leading up to the Super Bowl.
A candidate for mayor of San Jose has offered a plan to grant police access to privately owned surveillance cameras.
On Wednesday the Supreme Court justices heard oral arguments in Abramski v. United States, a case where it will be decided if someone can purchase a gun on behalf of another person — a straw man gun purchase.
The towering list of appalling evidence of corruption by former Virginia Governor Robert McDonnell and his wife Maureen presented to the grand jury has effectively ended McDonnell's political career.
Chelsea (formerly Bradley) Manning, the U.S. Army private whose divulgence of classified materials to WikiLeaks in 2010 resulted in his 35-year prison sentence, has been named the 2014 recipient of the Sam Adams Award for Integrity in Intelligence.
The Justice Department is facing criticism over what some are calling a “sham” of an investigation into the IRS scandal involving the IRS’ targeting of conservative groups. While some assert that the Justice Department should not be pursuing charges against the IRS after an investigation allegedly found no evidence, others are stating that the investigation has been nothing more than a façade.
Although police are taking millions from the Department of Homeland Security, there is no corresponding reduction in crime.
At last, a "street-level" cop with good sense shows up in Detroit, where crime statistics are dropping, right on cue.