The family of John Albers had tried for a year to extract information about their son's death by an Overland Park officer. Now a citizens' group will try to unearth the police reports.
After the actress left her wallet on a plane, she was charged with felony cocaine possession. The reduced charge is standard for first-time offenders.
An officer in Overland Park, Kan., fired 13 shots into a van driven by a reportedly suicidal 17-year-old. The prosecutor ruled the shooting justifiable, and the information stopped coming.
Federal law enforcement professionals, working without pay, say they’ve been reduced to bargaining chips.
Though Wolfe pleaded guilty, the Supreme Court ruled that the convicted drug dealer may still appeal his case and that Virginia must consider the merits of his claims.
The system used for background checks for gun sales, employment and the like is missing 750,000 cases.
No visitors centers available, some historic sites such as Clara Barton House are closed.
Michelle Schonzeit was twice passed over for men with far less experience for jobs overseeing Camp David and the D.C. region. The Park Service has long struggled with allegations of harassment and discrimination.
The Iowa senator, whose letters in another police shooting helped unlock the case, asks the FBI for answers from a 13-month investigation.
A Los Angeles police officer having a seemingly friendly chat with a motorist, whose hands are up, is suddenly shot at point blank range. A second officer then killed the motorist.