Woe is a woman in North Carolina who was apparently mocked by a Starbucks barista for wearing a Donald Trump T-shirt.
The city of St. Anthony, Minn., will avoid a wrongful death lawsuit filed by Philando Castile’s family in the wake of his 2016 shooting death by paying out nearly $3 million to his family.
Police are still searching for two people they say were caught on surveillance footage attacking a restaurant owner and the owner’s daughter over an apparent dispute over cold chicken late last week in Georgia.
A woman is facing multiple charges after police say she ripped a Confederate flag “tag” off a truck in South Carolina before backing into the truck’s owner.
For the second time, jurors were unable to reach a unanimous verdict in the murder trial of Ray Tensing, the (now-former) University of Cincinnati police officer who shot Sam Dubose in the head during a traffic stop.
A bill made it through the New Jersey General Assembly on Thursday, requiring schools to teach kids how to interact with police “in a manner marked by mutual cooperation and respect.”
The city of Ferguson, Mo.’s insurance company paid out $1.5 million to settle a wrongful death lawsuit filed by the family of Michael Brown, the unarmed black 18-year-old who was gunned down by Police Officer Darren Wilson in August 2014.
An off-duty police officer who was just trying to help his colleagues after a car chase ended in a shootout near his home ended up being shot by a fellow cop who did not recognize that they were on the same team.
Officials say Los Angeles County sheriff’s deputies accidentally shot and killed a 17-year-old boy in Palmdale, Calif., early Thursday morning after their bullets ricocheted off the ground when they opened fire at an aggressive dog.
The Georgia inmates who rescued a Polk County deputy who had collapsed while on security detail are getting some well-deserved time knocked off of their sentences after their kind and courageous acts earlier this month.
Finding a job is hard enough, and now, 33-year-old Mario Manago, a soon-to-be Air Force veteran, may find it even harder after he was convicted back in March of a federal crime—the federal crime of being six minutes late to a meeting.
A young man in Massachusetts is being applauded across the internet after a picture of him helping an elderly man down the escalators at a mall went viral.
A newly released video shows Diamond Reynolds’ young daughter’s concern for her mother’s life after St. Anthony, Minn., Police Officer Jeronimo Yanez gunned down Philando Castile—Reynolds’ boyfriend—in front of the young child.
A Washington state fourth-grader, who says she has been the subject of racially charged and threatening bullying since the school year started in September, has now turned to social media to bring attention to her case after she and her parents claim that school administrators and teachers seemingly turned a blind eye…
The American Civil Liberties Union of the District of Columbia has filed a lawsuit against the Washington, D.C., Metropolitan Police Department, claiming that officers wrongfully arrested innocent protesters during President Donald Trump’s inauguration back in January.
Fired Milwaukee Police Officer Dominique Heaggan-Brown was found not guilty in the fatal shooting of Sylville Smith.
Officials in Ohio have recommended a 24-hour suspension for a Columbus police officer who was caught on video stomping on a handcuffed man’s head, because that seemed totally reasonable to them.
A Washington, D.C., memorial constructed for a Muslim teen who was killed near her mosque in Virginia was set on fire in Dupont Circle Wednesday, fire officials confirmed.
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott signed the Sandra Bland Act into law Thursday, in what was supposed to be a decisive move to address the issues that led to Bland’s death.
A federal judge approved a secret settlement in the wrongful death lawsuit filed by the parents of Michael Brown over his 2014 shooting death at the hands of now former Ferguson, Mo., Police Officer Darren Wilson.