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NY rifle group plans to appeal gun ruling to Supreme Court

New York and Connecticut banned possession of semi-automatic weapons and large-capacity magazines - Full Story


Tenn. lawmakers urged to keep asset forfeiture law intact

Opponents argue that the practice has become an overused tactic that violates citizens' private property rights - Full Story


Minn. community mourns another public servant killed in the line of duty

From all accounts, Aitkin County Sheriff’s Deputy Steven M. Sandberg was one of the 'good-hearted' - Full Story


Key test for self-driving cars: A northern Va. highway

Officials believe it's the first time that driverless technology this advanced has been tested on an actual highway - Full Story


Fla. man pretending to be cop pulls over deputy, gets arrested

Deputies say man was performing traffic stops when he pulled over a deputy in an unmarked patrol car - Full Story


Overtime an issue in Pa. policy debate

At question in the debate over the future of police pensions is how much overtime should affect retirement - Full Story


Calif. council focuses on police exam to broaden diversity

The Public Safety Committee chairwoman wants to make the department 'reflective of the community they serve' - Full Story


New guidelines for Philly officer-involved shootings

The city's police union is not on board with the changes, which affect a broad range of departmental procedures - Full Story


Confederate license plates likely to be recalled in Md.

A federal judge has agreed to lift a 1997 injunction that prevented the state from taking the plates out of circulation - Full Story

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