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Attorney General Merrick Garland announced a civil rights probe into the Phoenix Police Department, including the agency's use of force.
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Tennessee Courts Say Biden's New Eviction Moratorium 'Not Applicable' in State
Google approved 85% of the roughly 10,000 requests it received for remote work or relocation
US to probe Phoenix police over abuse, force allegations
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Abbott orders second special session to pass GOP voting bill after Democrats fled in protest
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Covid vaccinations surging in states hit hardest by latest wave of infections
DOJ opening 'pattern or practice' investigation into Phoenix Police Department, city
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Mask Mandate Bans Spark Confusion, Concern as Unvaccinated Kids Head to School
Months Ago, an Ex-Salt Lake City Police Officer Was Charged for Storming the U.S. Capitol. Now, the Feds Charged His Stepmother-in-Law.