City officials have signed a U.S. Justice Department agreement to overhaul Albuquerque police. Families of those fatally shot by officers say they are pleased with the blueprint. And advocates are praising police for peacefully ending recent standoffs.
Justice Department attorneys assert in a new court filing that the FBI did not pressure a former government operative into not testifying against the agency in a trial earlier this summer about the existence of additional videos of the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing.
U.S. Secretary of Transportation Anthony Foxx and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s Acting Administrator David Friedman are holding a press conference.
Senator Harry Reid says he has received threats mailed to his home, which he describes as ‘ugly, vile, and vulgar’.
Competing legislation would curb gambling websites.
The federal Justice Department says two Native American tribes in northern Nevada are getting more than $1.8 million in grants to pay for crime prevention and law enforcement programs.
The city of Henderson is agreeing to improve sign language interpreter availability and pay $35,000 to settle a federal Americans with Disabilities Act complaint about police dealings with the deaf.
With the Zimmerman verdict a major topic in America, Joe looks back at a friend he shared discussions with and one was never about race.
Gamblers who prefer their laptops to blackjack tables could be getting a boost from Washington.
The sheriff for metropolitan Phoenix is scheduled to release a report Monday on an internal probe into why hundreds of sex-crime cases were either inadequately investigated or not looked into at all during a three-year period ending in 2007.