Some cops give their friends and family union-issued "courtesy cards" to help get them out of minor infractions. The cards embody everything wrong with modern policing.
Police in California are pushing back on a new bill that could be a game changer for how officers are treated under the law when they kill civilians.
In a sermon, Louis Farrakhan defended Beyoncé, saying that the singer "started talking all that black stuff... and white folks were like, 'We don't know how to deal with that.'"
The Largest Police Union in the Country Ominously Says It Has a 'Surprise' in Store for Quentin Tarantino
"Something could happen anytime between now and [the Hateful Eight premiere in December]."
As the national debate over law enforcement tactics heats up, cops aren't hesitating to decry what they see as an assault on their rights.
Police group say protests in Baltimore and Ferguson are symptoms of the country's failed war on drugs, and ending that policy will help fix broken a police system.
Police reform advocates wish police unions would stop rushing to defend officers in trouble, but union reps say it's their job.
On Tuesday, police in Dothan, Alabama, fatally shot a reported member of the loosely-defined "sovereign citizen" movement after he refused to show a government-issued ID to employees at an animal shelter.
The execution-style murder of two Brooklyn cops this weekend is an outrageous tragedy, but it shouldn't detract from the broader fight to reform America's police.
Local cops, already known not to be huge fans of NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio, are now openly disrespecting him after two of their own were executed by a lone gunman in Brooklyn.
If we want to stop cops from killing civilians, we need to reduce the influence law enforcement has on the levers of government.