As President Donald Trump focuses federal resources on Islamic terror threats, the father of a police officer shot and killed by domestic terrorists hopes to change the conversation.
Hundreds of protesters took to the streets in Anaheim after viral images surfaced showing an off-duty Los Angeles police officer firing a gun during a fight with a group of juveniles he confronted for walking across his yard.
A pregnant woman was among seven people killed Wednesday in Chicago, five of them murdered in a two hour window.
A Florida police officer and his superior were charged this week for the deadly shooting of a retired librarian at a community policing event last summer.
The teen told authorities he shot the bird, which had nested there for years, several times with a pellet rifle after the first shot failed to kill it.
After being struck in the head numerous times, the woman finally told the suspect she would hand over her purse, but that’s not what she grabbed.
Republican Sen. Ted Cruz on Thursday called for the preservation of the Constitution and the Second Amendment, predicting an imminent biblical battle with Democrats over yet another vacated Supreme Court seat.
One suspect was holding the trooper down and choking him, while the second suspect was repeatedly punching him in the face. Both now face multiple felonies.
The suspects identified themselves as police officers while entering the home, tied up the victim, ransacked the house, and took off with cash and jewelry.
Reyes, who is a U.S. citizen who had been living in Mexico, was placed on the Wanted List in 2007 but was last known to be living in the Kansas City area.