Police are using blood tests to detect what breath tests can’t.
Twenty years after the shooting at Columbine High School, some survivors—now parents themselves—are figuring out how to talk to their kids about lockdown drills.
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The Texas Supreme Court found that disclosing where the state has obtained the drugs "would create a substantial threat of physical harm" to the companies.
An analysis of driver behavior data found that drivers are growing more distracted by their devices.
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The District of Columbia statute has been criticized for how it has been enforced against black residents in the city.
More states are adopting software that allows sexual-assault survivors to track their evidence kits.
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As legislatures approved new firearm laws over the last year, some counties have resisted, calling themselves Second Amendment 'sanctuaries.'
New research finds that automatic expungement of nonviolent criminal records could be a boon for eligible offenders, but few apply when the process is complicated.
Only 24 percent of North American agencies reported using analytics to process mobile data like photos and videos, according to a new Cellebrite survey.
Family Tree DNA was criticized for secretly working with the FBI. Now it’s explicitly asking potential customers to help law enforcement.
New research from the Rockefeller Institute suggests that banning specific types of weapons is a less effective means of gun control than restricting access for at-risk buyers.
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GOP lawmakers in at least eight states join fight against capital punishment.
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Civil rights advocates allege defendants are stuck in Philadelphia jails as court officials flout state guidelines.
In early tests of its augmented reality training software, a Texas-based company made first responders perform faster and more accurately.
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