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With American support, Colombian cybercops sharpen their technical skills.
China's leaders see the Olympic Games as an opportunity to dazzle the world
Much of the news about human-rights abuses in China emerged from the living room of Hu Jia.
The president's budget proposal offers both winners and losers for the Justice Department, but those differences are already stirring criticism from the Democratic Congress. The proposal for the department would cut the overall budget from last year by about $355 million, with aid to local law enforcement and to other grant programs bearing the brunt of the belt tightening.
Congress is hoping to bring back hundreds of millions in federal funding for local law enforcement slashed from this year's appropriations bill, a Senate staffer told the U.S. Conference of Mayors during its annual conference in Washington today.
But are the measures not tough enough—or too tough
More parents are being held criminally liable for their teens' drinking parties.
University of Minnesota police have issued a flurry of moped-related traffic citations this week.
Just as Hispanic Heritage Month kicks off, University of Wisconsin officials and a Latino fraternity are at odds over a party that was canceled by university police last weekend.
University of Florida senior was charged with a third-degree felony for resisting arrest with violence, but not before he was shot with a Taser gun.