{FD} ‘Slippery Slope’? Cities across the country allowing non-citizens to vote

A small Maryland city drew national attention this week for allowing non-citizens including illegal immigrants to cast ballots in local elections – but it's just the latest municipality to do so, in a trend that has some worried the changing definition of 'voter' could erode what it means to be a citizen.

{FD} California governor to consider bill for reducing penalties for infecting others with HIV

California lawmakers gave a green light Monday to a bill that would reduce penalties for knowingly exposing someone to HIV without telling them, claiming the current felony charge for the crime is discriminatory.

{FD} FBI, DHS warned of increasingly violent Antifa clashes in 2016, documents show

Well before the deadly Aug. 12 rally in Charlottesville and the ongoing violent clashes with white supremacists and other groups, federal authorities warned local officials the actions of left-wing extremists were becoming increasingly confrontational and dangerous.

After Charlottesville, Baltimore and other cities mull over what to do with removed Confederate statues

This has been one of the biggest questions being asked as cities and towns from Baltimore to Los Angeles hasten their plans to remove the 718 statues, plaques and other homages to the Confederacy amid a nationwide debate over the public display of the 710 Confederate monuments nationwide.

Sessions blasts Chicago over sanctuary policies, touts Miami-Dade reversal

Attorney General Jeff Sessions praised Miami-Dade on Wednesday for shedding its "sanctuary" status, while using a visit to the Florida county to draw a sharp contrast with Chicago -- painting the city as a crime-ridden cautionary tale for its refusal to cooperate with the administration’s illegal immigrant crackdown.