Since the closure of many public schools over COVID-19 concerns back in March, we’ve reported on several incidents where kids have been punished by their local schools and in some cases law enforcement after they were spotted with a toy gun or a BB gun in their homes during online classes. In Louisiana, the case of Ka’Mauri Harrison has received so much attention that lawmakers have approved a bill that would guarantee students like Harrison have the ability to appeal any disciplinary measures from their school district, and though the bill has yet to be signed by Gov. John Bel Edwards, it’s already having an impact on cases around the state.
Orin Julie, an Israeli combat soldier and better known as the ‘Queen of Guns,’ spoke with the Daily Caller’s Samantha Renck about why she’s a gun advocate for women, her support for the Second Amendment and more.
Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) have seized over 122,000 illegal cannabis plants between July 1 and October 15, according to an OPP press release.
On Thursday, the judge overseeing the case against four former Minneapolis police officers charged with killing George Floyd dismissed a third-degree murder charge against lead officer Derek Chauvin.
Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron and the lawyer for former Louisville police officer Brett Hankison on Monday will request that a judge revoke a previous order to release evidence to the public in the Breonna Taylor case, ABC News reported on Sunday.
A suspect pulled up to a 13-year-old boy's Georgia home and fatally shot the teen in the face Thursday night.
A record number of officers left the Seattle Police Department in September, according to department data released Thursday.
A 73-year-old Vietnam veteran and supporter of President Trump was assaulted in Massachusetts, police said.
Baron Li, 48, survived being shot nine times in July, in what he says was a murder-for-hire plot orchestrated by his wife
Arizona Senate candidate Mark Kelly apologized for a Twitter post by one of his staffers slamming the police.