Newsweek spoke with Joe Biggs to find out why he is in the Missouri city with armed Oath Keepers.
The councilman reportedly claimed DOJ draft proposals for police and court reform would bankrupt the city.
Philip Zimbardo spoke with Newsweek about the corrupting influence of evil environments.
Michael Addario wants to digitize archival footage.
Cops got intel from Union Square drug dealers.
CBP is conducting a feasibility study following allegations of excessive use of force.
It's been some two weeks since Austin Haughwout posted his now-viral video of the drone.
The engineering student's video has gone viral.
Old tech means headaches for straphangers.
Faith groups came to Arturo Hernandez Garcia's aid.
The numbers, from the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund, show a 3 percent increase from the same period last year.
A video of the drone has gone viral, and the inventor’s father thinks he knows why.
The 40th Precinct members allegedly made crime stats appear lower; they could be dismissed.
An employee claims she was bullied and charges that patients’ health was put in jeopardy.
The alleged victim is the only female sergeant in her precinct.
New Bureau of Justice Statistics data provide info on police and tech.
Experts weigh in on trust-building initiatives.
The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission made the call this week.
It's unclear whether the NYPD members transporting the prisoner will be reprimanded.
A 20-year-old African-American woman, Jazmine Outlaw, was elected president of the 101st Precinct Community Council.
Their plan to change the NYPD: work with local precincts.
The daring trio was convicted on misdemeanor charges for the September 2013 plunge.
A retired FBI profiler offers some behavioral insight.