Gun owners across the U.S. who leave their firearms unsecured in cars—and then don’t even bother to lock the doors—are aiding a wave of thefts this year.
The teenage brothers left their hazard lights on as they allegedly tried to dump a murder victim in an isolated area, prompting a trooper to get out and offer assistance.
President Joe Biden signed a new bill into law on Thursday afternoon, acknowledging the significance of June 19, the end of slavery in the United States.
One student, who was befriended by a professor, told investigators that she was violently raped on a school-sponsored camping trip.
The threats were related to Paul Murdaugh’s role in a drunken boating accident that killed a young woman. Months later, he was shot dead alongside his mom.
Richmond police officers are sounding the alarm over a “crisis” caused by low pay. But some residents are hostile to the idea of more money for cops—and for personal reasons.
The police bulletin’s mention of an “ANTIFA” patch worn by a gun-wielding man might have made officers fear violence on the left. But it was just the logo of a metal band.