The FBI is offering a $10,000 reward for information leading to an arrest in the case of the firebombing of a North Carolina GOP office that happened less than a month before the 2016 general election.
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The NFL endorsed criminal justice reform legislation Monday, despite national outcry that the organization should work to distance itself from political debate.
Nearly 60,000 officers across the United States were assaulted in the line of duty in 2016, according to FBI statistics released Monday.
California became the first state in America to legally recognize a third gender after Democrat Gov. Jerry Brown signed the legislation Sunday.
Whataburger quickly retaliated by firing a Texas employee after she hurled curses at two police officers and refused to serve them at a location just north of Dallas on Saturday.
A Louisiana oil rig exploded Sunday night and injured at least seven oil workers, according to a state police department.
A Denver cheerleading coach will face no charges after video emerged in August of him forcing team members to perform the splits by pushing them down, prosecutors announced Sunday.
Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agents are instructed to select property for forfeiture primarily based on its value, with the legal status of the property only a secondary concern, according to ICE forfeiture guidelines leaked to The Intercept.
The New York City and London police departments are both reviewing crime reports to find a way to prosecute disgraced movie mogul Harvey Weinstein, the departments announced Thursday.
Police departments should start hiring more racial minorities because white police officers are more "negative" and "cynical" than black and Latino officers, according to a study released Friday.
Federal investigators nearly doubled the number of investigated sex crimes involving children between 2004 and 2013, the Bureau of Justice Statistics (BJS) announced Thursday.
As many as 28,000 candidates could vie for 139 parliament seats in the Democratic Republic of the Congo's 2019 election, due to the African country's permissive electoral laws.
Harvey Weinstein's daughter called police to her Los Angeles home Wednesday after she claimed that her father was "suicidal and depressed," following reports from nearly 30 women accusing him of sexual misconduct.
A Utah police department fired an officer Tuesday for handcuffing and dragging a screaming nurse out of a hospital in July after she refused to draw an unconscious patient's blood without consent.
Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner hosted another bipartisan groups of politicians last week to push President Donald Trump's administration's criminal justice agenda.
A personal injury law firm is now suing the producer of bump stocks -- devices that can be fitted to a semi-automatic weapon to simulate fully-automatic fire -- over its reported role in the Las Vegas shooting.
Illegal guns get into Chicago through lone dealers, not large trafficking organizations, and that makes any legislative action taken to stop the flow totally impractical, according to Chicago police.
The common knowledge that women are kinder and less selfish than men has been confirmed, and possibly explained, by neuroscience.
Catalan separatist politicians expect regional President Carles Puigdemont to declare independence from Spain Tuesday, a possibility that Spain is doing everything in its power to prevent.