Albuquerque police officers will begin training under new guidelines. The policies are expected to provide cops a better sense of when they should use less-lethal force.
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Novak Djokovic breaks silence on father’s Australian Open absence following Russian flag controversy
Despite a ban on Russian flags, Novak Djokovic’s father got caught up in the controversy when on Wednesday images of him posing with pro-Russian fans began circulating on social media.
Shaq takes jab at Lakers after latest trade, as Charles Barkley butchers newly acquired Rui Hachimura’s name
In true Charles Barkley fashion, he roasted the Lakers by mispronouncing the name of the recently acquired, Rui Hachimura. Shaq said he preferred the team landed another player.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady is not happy to discuss his future NFL plans with anyone, and that includes any former teammates.
President Biden announced that the U.S. was sending 31 tanks to Ukraine amid the country’s war with Russia. The decision to send tanks was condemned by North Korea.
AL Gov. Ivey issues new policies to address its weak open records laws, some of America’s worst records rules
Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey is implementing new procedures when responding to public record requests in a state with one of the worst open record laws in the country.
NBA analyst Charles Barkley made a political joke on Thursday when discussing the voting process for the All-Star Game, which will take place on February 19th.
Lindsay Clancy, 32, allegedly strangled her three kids before attempting suicide
Maryland Gov. Wes Moore has proposed a plan to expand state tax relief for veterans. His act would expand military tax exemption to $25,000 of income for this tax year.
Proposal to restrict long-term debt in Maine to create consumer-owned electric utility to appear on ballot
A proposal that would create a consumer-owned electric utility in the state of Maine by restricting long-term debt will appear on the ballot in November.