Officials at the American Police Hall of Fame & Museum in Titusville had navigated through the legislative process to get Florida House and Senate support for state funding to help expand their complex and add a new law enforcement training
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LONDON — Iran’s infamous hijab police, known as the “morality police,” are again patrolling the streets, Iranian authorities said.
The controversial measure was announced Sunday along with a series of other severe actions that were being taken against women just
Fire knows no borders in Canada — but firefighters’ workplace compensation for some types of cancer does. A new federal law could change that.
How provinces compensate firefighters for workplace-related cancers — the most deadly occupational risk they face —
Rescue ships Sea-Eye 4 and Mare*Go have been blocked for 20 days for flaunting Italian legislation they call ‘unjust’.
The Italian Coast Guard has apprehended two vessels from non-governmental organizations operating in the Mediterranean Sea, after they were found to
Hong Kong’s legislature passed a legal amendment on Wednesday to prevent foreign lawyers working on national security cases, a restriction critics say will undermine fair trials and the right of defendants to choose their lawyers.
The amendment enshrines in law
The Federation of Ontario Law Associations (FOLA) is raising concerns over access to justice as the number of practicing law professionals in rural and remote areas of the province of dwindles.
FOLA, which represents 46 district and county associations in
BILLINGS, Mont. — A legal dispute in Montana could drastically curb the government’s use of aerial fire retardant to combat wildfires after environmentalists raised concerns about waterways that are being polluted with the potentially toxic red slurry that’s dropped from
Jose Tenga has worked in conflict zones in five African countries and now calls Calgary home, but still has friends in Sudan from when he lived in Khartoum.
“It’s very distressing. These guys are worried about the way the fighting
As regulators from the European Union to Australia ramp up measures against corporate greenwashing, South Korea has broken ground as the first country in Asia to seek to hand out fines for false environmental claims in advertising.
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Senate Intel chair: ‘I expect’ to get answers on leaked Pentagon docs
US intelligence may reduce printers to prevent another classified document leak