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Body Cameras Proving to Be Useful for Cops Across the Country

Body Cameras Proving to Be Useful for Cops Across the Country

After a recent string of troubling incidents across the country, the introduction of body cameras is already proving to be a wise investment for police departments everywhere. According to local…

Albany County Executive Pushes for More Regulations on Oil Trains

Albany County Executive Pushes for More Regulations on Oil Trains

In attempts to increase regulation on oil trains that are bound for Washington, Albany County Executive Dan McCoy joined a lawsuit that accuses the federal court of slacking in previous…

Bill O’Reilly Requests Gag Order in Court Cases

Bill O’Reilly Requests Gag Order in Court Cases

Court documents reveal that in his divorce trial, Fox News anchor Bill O’Reilly has requested a gag order on his children and ex-wife, who alleged to a court-appointed forensic examiner…

Tennessee Gets Heat for Sexist Anti-DUI Campaign

Tennessee Gets Heat for Sexist Anti-DUI Campaign

According to a recent story from USA Today, Tennessee is gaining negative attention after a highly controversial anti-DUI campaign was pulled for sexist overtones. The campaign involved a serious of…

Japan’s Elderly Population Is Committing More Crimes Than Its Youth

Japan’s Elderly Population Is Committing More Crimes Than Its Youth

Populations across the world are getting older. There will be about 72.1 million older persons by 2030 — more than twice than in 2000 — in the United States. In…

Tugboat Captain Sentenced to Half a Year in Prison After Explosion Killed Deckhand

Tugboat Captain Sentenced to Half a Year in Prison After Explosion Killed Deckhand

In 2005, the captain of a tugboat was pushing a barge on the Chicago Sanitary and Ship Canal, when the barge exploded, killing a deckhand, sinking the barge, and spilling…

Brothers’ Roofing Scam Lands Them in Prison for 20 Years

Brothers’ Roofing Scam Lands Them in Prison for 20 Years

Two Georgia brothers will serve up to 20 years in prison after being convicted of running a roofing scam that specifically targeted the elderly, DeKalb County authorities announced. According to…

Several PA Urgent Care Locations Close After DEA Raid

Several PA Urgent Care Locations Close After DEA Raid

Urgent care centers have carved their own niche in the American healthcare industry, becoming an integral part of the system by bridging the gap between hospital emergency rooms and primary…

Hennepin County Officials Revamp Pool Inspections

Hennepin County Officials Revamp Pool Inspections

After a series of tragic pool accidents that resulted in the death of two children, Hennepin County, Minnesota officials are stepping up efforts in inspecting residential and public pools The…

Kentucky Migrant Workers File Lawsuits Against Tobacco Farms Citing Low Wages, Squalid Living Conditions

Kentucky Migrant Workers File Lawsuits Against Tobacco Farms Citing Low Wages, Squalid Living Conditions

Several dozen migrant workers from Mexico came to Kentucky in 2013 to work in the tobacco fields as part of a federal program for guest workers. But now they have…

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