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Expert: Iowa should share more data on traffic stops to fight...

Iowa should expand the amount of data it collects on traffic stops and share it publicly, an authority on bias issues told a state...

Top Homeland Security official vows federal agents ‘will not back away’...

WASHINGTON — The Trump administration’s number two at the Department of Homeland Security on Tuesday defended federal law enforcement officers’ intervention in protests in...

Four lawsuits that challenge Trump’s federal agents in Portland test issues...

President Donald Trump has announced that the U.S. Department of Justice will send a “surge of federal law enforcement” into American cities run by...

Glenwood ‘whistleblower’ claims parallel the findings of state’s hired consultant

Six former employees at a state-run care facility for the disabled have lost one round in their $10 million lawsuit against the state, but...

Iowa Constitution gives local leaders power over face mask policy

What do an unlicensed vehicle and a face mask have in common with a Civil War era judge? The answer, I think, is that...

Border officials did not follow guidelines on migrant children’s health care,...

U.S. Customs and Border Protection has not consistently followed new guidelines for medical care of migrant children and spent some of the agency’s money...

Iowa workers who take leave due to virus fears likely to...

Iowans are being denied state unemployment benefits after taking leaves of absence due to fear of COVID-19, newly disclosed records show. However, the records also...

Iowa new gun permits soar following George Floyd’s death, Black Lives...

Gun sales and permits were already on the rise in 2020, but those numbers skyrocketed in June as nearly 7,000 newly issued gun permits...

Supreme Court hands victory to school voucher lobby – will religious...

The Supreme Court’s recent decision that Montana cannot exclude donations that go to religious schools from a small tax credit program could have consequences...

Iowa inmates endure summer heat as lawmakers put off prison repairs

Inmates in some of Iowa's aging correctional facilities are sweating out the peak summertime heat without air conditioning as the Legislature continues to put...
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