They belonged to an elite police task force charged with getting guns off Baltimore’s streets. Instead, the plainclothes cops roamed the city, robbing people on the street, breaking into homes to steal money and drugs, and planting evidence on their victims.
From street cops to the Secret Service, those charged with keeping us safe.
The government won’t talk about its training for officers and troops at the border
We asked what training are officers and troops at the border getting. The government didn’t answer.
Immigration numbers illustrate lives affected by Trump-era policies
Key numbers show how policy changes have touched people of all ages, some just arriving, others who have lived in the U.S. for most of their lives.
Cops on a crime spree
They belonged to a police task force charged with getting guns off the streets. Instead, the cops roamed Baltimore, robbing people on the street.
What cops aren’t learning (rebroadcast)
We team up with American Public Media to look at why police spend more time learning to shoot their guns than learning how to avoid firing them.
DOJ’s California sanctuary suit doesn’t challenge ICE detainers
Putting an end to honoring detainers filed by ICE is a cornerstone of California’s sanctuary law. But DOJ’s new lawsuit doesn’t challenge that.
We’re suing the government over border wall spending records
With so much taxpayer money at stake and few details about how it would be used, we wanted to know how much the government had already spent.
DOJ sets deadline for jurisdictions to prove they’re not sanctuaries
The latest deadline sets up yet another showdown between the Trump administration and local authorities over immigration enforcement.
Milwaukee to feds: We follow immigration law
With a looming deadline to prove cooperation with U.S. immigration agents, at least one county has told the Trump administration that it follows the law – despite little guidance on how officials are supposed to show that.
Federal official says border wall project on schedule. It’s not
Construction of prototypes for President Donald Trump’s border wall may not start until the end of this summer, a U.S. Customs and Border Protection official said Tuesday, the latest phase of the project to run over the announced timetable.