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A new — and somewhat controversial — special needs registry aims to keep first responders and citizens safer in one Indiana community.
In one government department’s rearview mirror: notorious long lines and complicated paperwork.
In an unlikely area of the United States, one prosecutor is decriminalizing cannabis.
Albuquerque has given more than 2,000 day jobs to panhandlers and removed around 131,000 pounds of garbage from its streets in the process. Now, one city in Oklahoma is hoping to do the same.
Last November, Michael Tubbs was elected mayor of Stockton, Calif., one of the largest cities to file bankruptcy following the 2008 financial crisis. Now this young politician is building a base — and getting some pushback.
There are more than half a million elected offices in the country — almost all at the local level. This is how you can make a determined bid for one of those seats.
Early intervention systems have been labeled as ineffective and overly aggressive, but a new model has the ability to revolutionize how law enforcement protects citizens and cops.
In various counties across the nation, no longer will you hear, "9-1-1, what's your emergency?"
The 45th president shared numerous lofty goals in his speech. What should happen next in order to achieve them?
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