US Justice Department announces probe into policing practices in Phoenix, Arizona
DOJ Opens Probe Into Phoenix Police Similar to Those Underway in Louisville, Minneapolis
The investigation will determine whether there is a pattern or practice of unconstitutional policing and is a general sweeping review of the police department.
Senate Dems plot new paths on voting reform, sidestepping filibuster
A boost of election spending in the forthcoming $3.5 trillion spending bill is on the table, as is another floor vote.
DOJ opening 'pattern or practice' investigation into Phoenix Police Department, city
The DOJ is opening an investigation into the policing practices of the Phoenix Police Department and the city of Phoenix.
Pritzker issues new mask mandates, threatens schools with sanctions
Weeks after some school districts decided to make masks optional to start the year, the CDC changed its guidance on mask use.
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Judge sanctions lawyers looking to overturn 2020 election with "copy and paste" lawsuit
Arkansas' Republican Governor Regrets Banning Mask Mandates: 'Everything Has Changed Now'
Woman leans out of moving car holding AK-47 in San Francisco
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Longtime AFL-CIO labor union president president Richard Trumka dies at 72
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Retired Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman says Trump is 'a vile man' who did 'more damage to the United States than any other leader' in recent history
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Apple to scan U.S. iPhones for images of child abuse
‘The labor movement has lost a legend’: union boss Richard Trumka dies at 72
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Covid vaccinations have more than doubled in Arkansas, Mississippi, Louisiana and Alabama since July