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CONCORD (AP) — New Hampshire State Police are getting a $250,000 federal grant to help process DNA samples more quickly and efficiently in criminal investigations. The grant, administered by the National Institute of Justice, is part of the agency's DNA Backlog Reduction Program, which seeks to reduce DNA sample turnaround time.
On the national level, the Fraternal Order of Police has lobbied against bills that would end the transfer of military equipment, including tanks, to police departments across the country, as well as... 0
WikiLeaks posted an email from Mark Paustenbach, the Democratic Party’s national press secretary & deputy communications director, to other staffers discussing how they could create an anti-Sanders... 0