Crime

Official quits amid charges he paid women to give up babies

Jan 7, 2020

An Arizona elected official has resigned amid charges he paid women from the Marshall Islands to give up their children for adoption in the U.S. Maricopa County Assessor Paul Petersen’s resignation Tuesday came after county leaders suspended him

Autopsy: Man fatally shot by Texas troopers struck 16 times

Jan 4, 2020

The autopsy of a man fatally shot by two state troopers following a Dallas traffic stop shows he had 16 gunshot wounds, including shots to the head, front and back torso and both legs

Kentucky AG asks FBI to probe former Gov. Bevin's pardons

Jan 2, 2020

Kentucky's new Republican Attorney General is asking the FBI to investigate a flurry of pardons by former governor Matt Bevin

Judge: No slander in Alec Baldwin's comments on parking spat

Dec 27, 2019

A judge says Alec Baldwin didn't slander a man in talk show interviews about a New York City parking dispute that turned physical

Clashes erupt at Hong Kong rally to support China's Uighurs

Dec 22, 2019

Clashes have broken out between Hong Kong police and protesters at a rally in support of China's Uighur minority

US heads to court to build Trump border wall in Texas

Dec 21, 2019

The U.S. government is ramping up its efforts to seize the private land it needs to build a border wall in South Texas

Man guilty in Maryland college student's fatal stabbing

Dec 18, 2019

A white man has been found guilty of a murder charge for stabbing a black college student to death at a bus stop on the University of Maryland’s campus

Justice Dept. plans crackdown on violent crime in 7 cities

Dec 18, 2019

The Justice Department is launching a crackdown aimed at driving down crime in seven of the nation’s most violent cities

Administration seeks to bar convicted immigrants from asylum

Dec 18, 2019

Immigrants convicted of a felony or of illegally reentering the U.S. or driving drunk will be barred from claiming asylum under a proposed regulation announced by the Trump administration

Thousands honor slain New Jersey detective at funeral

Dec 17, 2019

Thousands of police officers are lining the streets of Jersey City in a cold rain to honor a police detective killed in an attack last week

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