The Wall Street Journal published an op-ed that referred to Dearborn as "America's Jihad Capital," and within a day, Dearborn police and neighboring communities have urged their residents to stay vigilant. Read More.
Governor Ned Lamont announced that under a new initiative, the state of Connecticut will use millions of leftover dollars in its American Rescue Funds to erase medical debt for thousands of its residents. Read More.
Studies have shown that polygraph testing can significantly enhance the vetting process by identifying candidates who may pose a risk to the integrity and efficacy of law enforcement agencies. Read More.
Every single Republican state attorney general shared the same message for President Joe Biden and his Office of Gun Violence Prevention: Don’t degrade military readiness or think about using Lake City Army Ammunition Plant as a pawn in a gun control game. Read More.
The top law enforcement officers in six states joined together for the first ever NSSF Boots & Badges Attorneys General Forum at SHOT Show® 2024 and the feedback was it was a resounding success. Read More.
A Georgia 17-year-old is in custody with another suspect still at large after a shocking high school parking lot shooting that was captured on video. Approximately a dozen children may have witnessed the shooting and the altercation that preceded it. Read More.
After a group of illegal immigrants brutally mob-attacked two NYPD officers, one of them, Jhoan Boada, showed his contempt by giving waiting reporters the dual-middle finger as he left jail, having been released without bail conditions. Read More.
Democrat Mayor Johnson said he will authorize the city's board of education to end a $10.3 million contract with the Chicago PD to secure the city's schools, despite most violent crimes hitting decade-level spikes and homicides being at near-record levels. Read More.