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Portland β€˜riot’ declared after Molotov cocktails tossed

By Dom Calicchio

At least three Molotov cocktails were tossed in the direction of Portland, Ore., police late Saturday, prompting yet another night of unrest in the city to be declared a riot, according to reports.

Grand jury empaneled in Daniel Prude investigation

By Morgan Phillips

New York Attorney General Letitia James will empanel a grand jury in her investigation into the death Daniel Prude in Rochester, she announced Saturday.

Portland protesters arrested after unlawful assembly declared near ICE building

By David Aaro

Police in Portland arrested multiple people on Wednesday night after a protest gathering near an Immigration & Customs Enforcement (ICE) building in the city was declared an unlawful assembly.

Police dog finds missing mom and baby on first job

By Michael Ruiz

A rookie police dog helped rescue a missing mother and her 1-year-old child on the edge of a ravine during his first night on the job in the United Kingdom Saturday, police said.

Montreal cop's 'good deed' leads to his suspension

By Greg Norman

A veteran Montreal police constable who wanted to perform a good deed has ended up getting suspended without pay. 

Dems demand answers over claims DHS compiled intelligence reports on journalists in Portland

By Adam Shaw

House Democrats on Saturday said they want answers about reports that the Department of Homeland Security compiled "intelligence reports" on journalists covering the Portland protests and monitored the communications of protesters -- after DHS reassigned a top official in charge of the relevant office.

Fyre Festival merch, assets being auctioned by US Marshals

By Nick Givas

The U.S. Marshals announced Friday that they are holding an online auction for 126 lots of minor assets and merchandise from the fraudulent Fyre Festival, which was planned by William “Billy” McFarland, who is now in federal prison serving six years for fraud.

Chicago homicides increase 50 percent in 2020, 139 percent in July alone, data shows

By Sam Dorman

Chicago saw a dramatic increase in homicides and shootings in the first seven months of 2020 and a particularly remarkable increase in July, reflecting a growing trend in the U.S. that raised questions about potential police reform in major cities.

Homeland Security agents have seized more than $7M in COVID-19 fraud proceeds, made 53 arrests

By Sam Dorman

Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) announced Tuesday that Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) agents have seized more than 900 shipments of counterfeit or substandard medical equipment and supplies -- including test kits and purported treatments for COVID-19.

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