Topic: Law Enforcement
Photos of the Day Photos of the day 06/13
Designed by a company whose clients include the KGB's successor, the new ATM performs facial recognition, reads fingerprints, and checks voiceprints to determine whether users are lying.
06/10/2011 01:21 pm
A self-described psychic brought swarms of police and federal agents to an alleged mass grave near a farmhouse outside of Houston, Texas. Do police regularly act on tips from psychics?
06/08/2011 07:30 pm
The protests against last June's G20 summit in Toronto led to the largest mass arrest in Canadian history. Walking tours now include a stop on those streets.
06/01/2011 04:10 pm
Oxycodone dispensers are protected. Abusers are hard to ID. And the drug claims more lives than cocaine, heroin, meth.
06/01/2011 12:30 pm
Former Attorney General John Ashcroft is entitled to qualified immunity and cannot be sued by an American Muslim detained under harsh conditions in 2003, the US Supreme Court ruled Tuesday.
05/31/2011 05:11 pm
Planking, increasingly popular in Australia, involves people lying flat on their stomachs in various and sometimes dangerous settings and then posting photographs on the Internet.
05/16/2011 06:08 pm
Photos of the Day Photos of the Day 05/15
Hedge fund founder Raj Rajaratnam was convicted on all 14 counts. His trial sets precedents for how other insider-trading cases will be carried out beyond the hedge fund universe.
05/11/2011 04:13 pm
Immigration reform depends on sustainable, provable security along the southern border. But Obama, in a speech in El Paso today, hopes to change the meaning of security.
05/10/2011 05:25 pm