‘We Have to Act’ on Gun Safety, says Biden
President Joe Biden is considering a range of executive actions on gun issues to bypass GOP opposition in Congress, in the aftermath of the Boulder, Co. shootings.
Suspect, 21, Charged in Killing of 10 in Colorado Supermarket
In a press briefing Tuesday, authorities did not describe a motive. Slain police officer Eric Talley, 51, was a 10-year veteran of the Boulder, Co., police department and the father of seven.
Charges, Convictions Dropped in Thousands of Cases Tied to MA Drug Lab Scandal
Citing widespread misconduct and a “catastrophic failure of management,” Boston District Attorney Rachael Rollins is dropping charges in tens of thousands of criminal cases that had evidence processed at a scandal-plagued state drug lab, widening the scope of what was already the largest drug lab scandal in the country’s history
COVID-19, the Commercial Sex Industry and Sex Trafficking
The pandemic has increased the number of women, men and children at risk of trafficking. But given the hidden nature of the crime, it is no surprise that anti-trafficking efforts appear to have had little impact on reducing victimization, writes the author of a book used to train law enforcement.