Top NY Dem who said Cuomo should resign appears alongside governor at press conference
New York Senate Majority Leader Andrea Stewart-Cousins appeared alongside Gov. Andrew Cuomo to tout the progress of the state’s vaccination campaign on Wednesday, just weeks after she publicly called on the governor to resign amid allegations of sexual harassment.
Ohio's Republican governor announces police reform bill
Ohio Republican Gov. Mike DeWine said Wednesday that a police reform bill is in the works, one of several police reform efforts underway nationwide in the wake of Tuesday's conviction of a former Minneapolis Police officer in the murder of George Floyd.
Chronic leadership problems have plagued oversight of DHS inspector general's office, GAO finds
Management and operational challenges plagued the Department of Homeland Security Office of Inspector General for years, hurting its ability to effectively carry out its oversight mission, according to preliminary findings from the Government Accountability Office.
Ohio congressman says FBI called 2017 baseball shooting targeting GOP 'suicide by cop,' demands new probe
One of the Republican congressmen who survived an attempted mass shooting at a baseball field in 2017 is demanding the FBI reassess the attack after he revealed during a hearing last week that the bureau had designated the incident a “suicide by cop.”
Biden hits 200 million vaccine doses. The next 200 million will be a lot harder
It's no longer supply, it's demand. This, right now, is the moment when the government stopped the triage effort on vaccines and started trying to convince the skeptical and the unwilling to roll up their sleeves.
Former Trudeau adviser to testify in military misconduct hearings
News/Politics: A former adviser to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will testify before the Commons defence committee about what he knew regarding allegations of misconduct involving former chief of the defence staff Gen. Jonathan Vance.
Gov. Cuomo dodges question on whether he'll resign if state AG probe concludes he sexually harassed employees
Embattled New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo dodged questions Wednesday on whether he will resign from office if State Attorney General Letitia James’ probe confirms allegations that he sexually harassed current and former employees.
Biden DOJ's police reform agenda 'dangerous': law enforcement advocates
The Biden Justice Department's decision to return to the Obama administration’s heavy use of consent decrees is being criticized by law enforcement officials and advocates who fear it will handicap police and erode community-police relations.
Arizona governor vetoes bill that would've made it harder for students to learn about sexual and gender identity in school
Arizona's Republican governor on Tuesday vetoed a state bill that would have made it harder for students to learn about sexual and gender identity in schools, but issued an executive order requiring schools to be more transparent about their proposed curriculum on the topics.
Turkey claims it no longer needs Canadian military drone tech
News/Politics: Stung by the federal government’s decision to ban the export of state-of-the-art Canadian drone optics and targeting systems to Turkey, the country’s largest drone producer says Turkish arms manufacturers have developed their own technology and no longer need the Canadian devices.