Will Trump Save Police Anti-Terror Training?

While members of Congress spar over how much of the big health care law they can kill, on a much smaller scale, the U.S. Justice Department has its own case of a federally funded effort that won’t go away, at least so far this year, no matter how hard lawmakers try.

Cities Resist Trump Plan to Cut Anti-Terror Grants

The proposed White House budget would cut cash for the program from $605 million to nearly $449 million for the fiscal year beginning Oct. 1 and require cities such as New York, Los Angeles and Las Vegas to pay 25 percent of the grants. Cities successfully denied attempts by Presidents George W. Bush and Barack Obama to cut the same grants.

After Terror Attacks, Critics Say Britain’s PM May Should Quit

After seven people were killed in London terror attacks, Jeremy Corbyn, leader of Britain’s Labour Party, says Prime Minister Theresa May should resign because she presided over a sharp cutback in the nation’s police forces. In 2010, May cut police budgets by 18 percent. Over the next five years the number of officers in England and Wales fell from a peak of 144,353 in 2009 to 122,859 in 2016.