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.
From street cops to the Secret Service, those charged with keeping us safe.
Trial and terror
President Donald Trump has used the threat of foreign-born terrorists to justify his travel ban – but since 9/11, nearly every terrorist attack in the
Far-right extremists have hatched far more terror plots than anyone else in recent years
An analysis of nine years of domestic terrorism incidents by The Investigative Fund at The Nation Institute and Reveal has found a very different pict
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Interactive: 9 years of homegrown terror
President Donald Trump says that “radical Islamic terrorism” is the biggest threat to the U.S. Yet the majority of recent domestic terrorism incidents come from far-right perpetrators.
Portland attacker pledged to slay Trump, Clinton in name of Nordic god
In February 2016, 15 months before he was accused of stabbing three people on a train in Portland, Oregon, and killing two, Jeremy Christian pledged to kill whoever was elected president of the United States.
A closer look: When cops untrained in de-escalation kill unarmed people
Nearly 2,000 people over two years were fatally shot by police officers in the U.S. during 2015 and 2016, according to databases created by the Washin
Does running from police warrant suspicion?
High-crime neighborhoods in Baltimore, which happen to be predominantly black and poor, are policed differently from white, upper-class neighborhoods. And to some degree, that’s legal.
Cop camera footage: Public record or police property?
Under what circumstances should footage from police body and dashboard cameras be made public, and how much?
Homeland Security panel releases stunning private prison dissent
Advisers reject stance that budget and surge of migrants require more of the same.
Documents show CalGang uses error-prone facial recognition
California’s secretive gang database, with information on hundreds of thousands of predominantly black and Latino men, uses a controversial overlay of sophisticated data analysis and surveillance technologies.