Articles Tagged 'Police'
Baltimore Police Department faces criticism for low staffing
(CNN)A federal judge addressed the Baltimore Police Department’s low staffing in court in response to a consent decree issued in 2017 mandating improved training and… READ MORE
Trump blasts FBI ahead of speech at bureau but tells graduating class he ‘has their back’
President Trump told a graduating class of law enforcement officers at the FBI Academy on Friday that he “has your back 100 percent” and pledged… READ MORE
Yes side wins Catalonia independence vote marred by chaos
BARCELONA, Spain (AP) — Catalonia’s regional government declared a landslide win for the “yes” side in a disputed referendum on independence from Spain that degenerated… READ MORE
Appeals court revives Texas anti-sanctuary city law
A federal appeals court revived Texas’s anti-sanctuary city law Monday, allowing key parts to take effect — including a prohibition on cities and states trying… READ MORE
Confederate rally organizers say they don’t know how many people to expect Saturday
Out-of-state organizers of a rally to show support for Confederate monuments slated for Saturday say they don’t know how many people to expect.
Tara Brandau, … READ MORE
Texas Child Steps On Live Grenade While Swimming
A family visit to a Central Texas park near Belton Lake took a bizarre and dangerous twist over the weekend.
Police temporarily closed McGregor Park… READ MORE
San Bernardino terror attack: Police describe gun battle with terrorist couple
The husband and wife terrorists in San Bernardino were shot by police more than 40 times combined after their 2015 shooting rampage, according to a… READ MORE
First pic of Paris shooting suspect as footage shows moments after AK-47-wielding ‘ISIS terrorist’ killed policeman and wounded three others on the Champs-Elysées
THIS is the first picture of a suspect being investigated by cops in Paris after a Kalashnikov-wielding gunman murdered a policeman and seriously wounded two… READ MORE
Mass. Police Dept. Cancels ‘High-Five Friday’ at Schools to Avoid Upsetting Illegals
A police department in Northampton, Massachusetts is ending its “High-Five Friday” program at local elementary schools due to concerns that “undocumented children” and others may… READ MORE
Burning teepees, floating buffalo and zombies: Dakota Access pipeline protest plagued by ‘fake news’
The photo was startling, showing teepees engulfed in flames with a caption condemning police for setting a Dakota Access protest camp on fire.
The only… READ MORE