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Lawsuit seeks to block new LA gun magazine law

The lawsuit argues that the ordinance violates existing state regulations - Full Story


Chicago highlights both sides in the gun control debate

Academics have never conclusively proved a causal relationship between tougher gun laws and lower crime rates - Full Story


In NY, race for prosecutor job spotlighted in-custody death case

Candidates are running for a position that received national scrutiny last year over an in-custody death - Full Story


66 protesters arrested at IACP 2015

In all, 47 women and 19 men were arrested on misdemeanor charges of obstructing traffic - Full Story


Strict gun laws questioned whether they make cities safer

Researchers who have studied the issue argue they generally do, but with some caveats - Full Story


Authorities: NM officer shooting shows broken system

After an officer was shot and critically wounded days after a road rage killing, police officials say the system is broken - Full Story


Arbitrator: City violated NY police contract by denying personal days

The patrol officer's contract gives officers five personal days that can be used for personal matters - Full Story


Wis. approves anti-heroin bills

One proposal would require police who find an opiate prescription at an overdose scene to enter it in the database - Full Story


FBI used aerial surveillance above Ferguson

FBI uses airplanes during investigations of specific suspects in criminal, terrorism and espionage investigations - Full Story


NY officer's slaying puts drug courts under scrutiny

Officer Randolph Holder's slaying has raised questions about the risks and potential shortcomings of drug courts - Full Story

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