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WASHINGTON (AP) — The newly installed chief of the U.S. Capitol Police says the force “cannot afford to be complacent.” Capitol police are still struggling six months after an insurrection that left its officers battled, bloodied and bruised. But the risk to lawmakers is higher than ever. And the threat from lone-wolf attackers is only

HIAWATHA, Iowa (KWWL) – The community action agency, HACAP, is in need of staff; so much so that the nonprofit could be forced to close centers if staffing requirements are not met. HACAP currently has a total of 35 open positions across nine eastern Iowa counties, putting essential services for low-income families in jeopardy. The

MADRID (AP) — Law enforcement agencies from eight European countries have pounced on a Balkan crime organization allegedly running the continent’s largest cocaine distribution network. Officials say they made 61 arrests and seized more than four metric tons (4.4 tons) of the drug. The European Union’s police agency said Monday the cartel set up a

DEL RIO, Texas (AP) — U.S. authorities say the Texas border crossing where thousands of Haitian migrants converged in recent weeks will be partially reopened late Saturday afternoon. U.S. Customs and Border Protection said in a statement that trade and travel operations will resume at Del Rio Port of Entry for passenger traffic at 4

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — A state agency that investigates civil rights abuses has found that the manager of a suburban Minneapolis Michaels store called police on a teenager just because he is Black, and responding police used unreasonable force on him because of his race. The findings by the Minnesota Department of Human Rights stem from

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — A state agency that investigates civil rights abuses has found that the manager of a suburban Minneapolis Michaels store called police on a teenager just because he is Black, and responding police used unreasonable force on him because of his race. The findings by the Minnesota Department of Human Rights stem from

Following a 2020 census in which the pandemic made access to group housing difficult, Census Bureau officials say they are going to reassess how they count people living in dorms, prisons and nursing homes during the next head count of every U.S. resident in 2030. A Census Bureau official said Thursday that the agency is