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President Barack Obama to address IACP 2015 attendees

The speech is part of Obama's cross-country travel to meet with people working to fix the criminal justice system - Full Story


NY bans sale of synthetic marijuana, known as K2

Officials say use of K2 has spiked in New York in recent months - Full Story


Ore. city buys gun used in 2014 school shooting

The judge ruled that city police must return the gun unless it could prove within 45 days that it was still evidence - Full Story


Wis. troopers' union sues over policy requiring enforcement data

The union feels evaluating performance is illegal and unfair to cops who work night shifts or during hazardous weather - Full Story


Obama to announce federal push to fight heroin use

Obama planned to announce new steps to improve doctor training and easy access to drug treatment - Full Story


White House threatens to veto 'sanctuary cities' bill

The bill would punish jurisdictions that prohibit the collection of immigration information or don't cooperate - Full Story


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

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