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High Court Weighs When Police Can Enter Homes Without Warrants

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Supreme Court on Wednesday weighed when police can enter homes without a warrant, with the justices…

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Capitol Riot Evidence ‘Trending Towards’ Sedition Charges, Former Top DOJ Official Says

Evidence collected by investigators probing the Jan. 6 riot at the U.S. Capitol is “trending towards” sedition charges, a top…

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2 Jurors Dropped From Derek Chauvin Trial After $27 Million Civil Settlement

Two additional jurors were chosen Wednesday, bringing the total back to nine. There are five men and four women. Five…

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Patterns Emerge In Jury Screening For Trial Of Ex-Cop Charged In George Floyd’s Death

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — The first week of jury selection in the trial of a former Minneapolis police officer charged in…

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Judge Approves 3rd-Degree Murder Charge For Ex-Cop In George Floyd Death

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — A judge on Thursday granted prosecutors’ request to add a third-degree murder charge against the former Minneapolis…

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Journalist Acquitted In Iowa Case Seen As Attack On Press

IOWA CITY, Iowa (AP) — An Iowa jury on Wednesday acquitted a journalist who was pepper-sprayed and arrested by police…

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House Passes Bill Making It Illegal For Federal Officers To Engage In Sex Acts With Detainees

House lawmakers just passed a bipartisan bill that would make it illegal for federal law enforcement officers to engage in…

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House Passes George Floyd Bill Designed To Help Prevent Police Misconduct

The House passed a bill on Wednesday aimed at helping prevent police misconduct, naming the legislation after a Black man…

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California Lawmakers Want To End The Prison-To-ICE Pipeline

California lawmakers want to stop the practice of law enforcement transferring immigrants straight out of prison into immigration detention —…

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Security Officials Testify About Failures At Capitol On January 6

WASHINGTON (AP) — Testifying for the first time about the insurrection at the U.S. Capitol, former security officials blamed faulty…

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