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Andrea Noble was a crime and public safety reporter for The Washington Times.

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"State attorneys general almost never announce the existence of investigations before they are completed, but the opioid crisis is a uniquely dire situation," Attorney General Karl Racine said in a press release Monday. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon, File)

D.C. official ask full court to rehear concealed carry case

D.C. Attorney General Karl Racine has asked the full D.C. Circuit to rehear a case in which a panel of judges found that the city's laws restricting the concealed carry of handguns were unconstitutional. Published August 24, 2017

Protesters set a parked limousine on fire in downtown Washington, Friday, Jan. 20, 2017, during the inauguration of President Donald Trump. Protesters registered their rage against the new president Friday in a chaotic confrontation with police who used pepper spray and stun grenades in a melee just blocks from Donald Trump's inaugural parade route. Scores were arrested for trashing property and attacking officers. (AP Photo/Juliet Linderman)

DOJ scales back push for info on visitors to anti-Trump site

The Justice Department has scaled back a request for information on people who visited an Inauguration Day protest website, but the web hosting company asked to turn over documents says it still has constitutional concerns and plans to fight the request in court Thursday. Published August 23, 2017

In this Tuesday, April 4, 2017, file photo, Baltimore Police Department Commissioner Kevin Davis speaks at a news conference at the department's headquarters in Baltimore, in response to the Department of Justice's request for a 90-day delay of a hearing on its proposed overhaul of the police department. (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky, File)

Baltimore must show it doesn't shield illegals to get federal funding

Baltimore officials found themselves in a quandary when the Justice Department told them that in order to be eligible for a federal crime-fighting program, they would have to prove city policies do not block federal immigration agents' access to local jails. Published August 21, 2017

Cities brace for white nationalist rallies post-Charlottesville

The deadly violence unleashed at a white supremacist rally in Virginia last weekend has pushed leaders elsewhere to try to scuttle demonstrations in their communities that they fear will be magnets for neo-Nazis, while police grapple with security plans to prevent tensions from boiling over like in Charlottesville. Published August 17, 2017

In this July 21, 2016, file photo, Sheriff Joe Arpaio of Arizona walks on the stage to speak during the final day of the Republican National Convention in Cleveland. (AP Photo/Paul Sancya, File)

Arpaio asks for conviction to be tossed

Former Sheriff Joe Arpaio asked late Monday for his contempt of court conviction to be tossed or to get a new trial, saying the judge misread the history of the case, that it amounted to double-jeopardy, and that his trial should have been in front of a jury anyway. Published August 15, 2017

A Virginia judge denied bail for James Alex Fields Jr., the suspected driver of a car that rammed into counterprotestors in Charlottesville, Virginia, Saturday, resulting in the death of 32-year-old Heather Heyer. (Associated Press)

Judge denies bail to man accused of driving into crowd

A Virginia judge on Monday denied bond for a man accused of killing a woman by plowing his car into a crowd of people protesting a white nationalist rally in Virginia, keeping him behind bars as the Justice Department decides whether to file federal charges. Published August 15, 2017