The Indiana Supreme Court is upholding a ruling that Hoosiers cannot resist police officers who enter their homes without warrants.The original case goes back to 2007, when a Southern Indiana woman called officers about a domestic dispute.
The violent drug wars that have consumed Mexico could seem like a problem far away; but the drug cartels were closer to Chicago than many realized. In Chicago’s Metropolitan Correctional Center in the Loop, the son of one of Mexico’s most notorious drug lords awaits trial.
MIAMI -- A federal appeals court has thrown out the 17-year prison sentence imposed on convicted terrorism plotter Jose Padilla.A three-judge panel of the 11th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled Monday that the sentence imposed by a Miami federal judge was too lenient.
The political field in Ukraine just got less crowded, with the country’s main opposition leader, Yulia Tymoshenko, recently jailed for corruption. However, the case again Tymoshenkso seems to be weakening.
A new study of five years of crime data in Chicago shows that police cameras prevent crime and save the city money.The study by the Urban Institute looked at crime numbers in Chicago's Humboldt Park neighborhood before there were cameras and after, and that data was compared to crime numbers over th