Chicago joins a growing number of cities that have instituted or are considering body cameras for officers.
The company that makes the drug cocktail in lethal injections won't sell to the United States, so Utah lawmakers are looking into other options.
States have been improving records-sharing, raising the number of mental health submissions from 1.1 million in 2011 to 3.7 million.
The era of shrinking prison populations was short-lived.
A look back at how measures on guns, abortion, minimum wage and marijuana fared on Tuesday
Polls show minimum wage hikes and at least some marijuana legalization measures winning.
Everything from marijuana to minimum wage to guns to bonds will be on the ballot.
A new poll shows voters supporting a measure to reduce criminal sentences and leaning against approving two measures at the center of expensive campaigns.
About $3 million has flowed in over the past week.
State laws limit the voting rights of millions of current and former felons.