Legislation to amend the Communications Decency Act, so that websites hosting prostitution ads can be prosecuted and sued, passed the Senate less than a month after passing the House, and now goes to President Trump.
Nine years after the unexplained death of a 16-year-old Fairfax County girl in Baltimore, her parents ask the governor to take the case away from Baltimore police.
In court, the woman described a harrowing ordeal at the hands of a masked gunman, who videotaped his crimes.
Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton and Rep. Don Beyer want body cameras and in-car cameras for all federal police. MacLean said he supports that for Park Police.
Prosecutors and trafficking victims sought a new law which removed barriers to both criminal prosecution and civil suits against websites hosting prostitution ads.
Since the 1999 Columbine shooting, police have decided that attacking an active shooter is preferable to waiting for the SWAT team. But the school resource officer in Parkland, Fla., did not attack.
Lundgren wanted to provide buyers of used computers a restore disc of Windows, so they wouldn't throw their computers away. Microsoft, and the government, objected.
Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton and Rep. Don Beyer wanted to discuss their bill but Park Police Chief Robert MacLean declined to attend, claiming he wasn't allowed to lobby Congress.
An Oklahoma woman faces jail time for passing counterfeit checks. The judge suggested that his sentence might be different if she presents proof that "she has been rendered incapable of procreation."
The Park Police did not record the shooting of Ghaisar because they have neither body nor in-car video cameras.