Robert Lewis Dear is suspected of killing three people and wounding nine others in an attack on a Colorado Springs, Colorado, Planned Parenthood clinic on Friday.
Local victim advocates, behavioral healthcare providers, and nonprofit groups are offering short-term services, and looking to the longer recovery ahead.
Police officer Garrett Swasey and two civilians, Jennifer Markovsky and Ke’Arre Stewart, were killed when a shooter opened fire on the clinic on Friday. BuzzFeed News Reporter Claudia Koerner is reporting from Colorado Springs.
While questions remain about the alleged gunman’s motives, local leaders detailed the response they said saved lives.
The remaining nine injured are said to be in “good condition.” A suspect was taken into custody. BuzzFeed News reporters Claudia Koerner and Sheera Frenkel are reporting from Colorado Springs.
The attack Friday in Kano, Nigeria, targeted moderate Shiite Muslims and is believed to be the work of Boko Haram.
Police believe 27-year-old Corey Morgan worked with two other men to lure Tyshawn Lee to his death in retaliation for previous gang shootings.
No one was injured as the blimp deflated on a baseball field.
French President François Hollande and Russian President Vladimir Putin met Thursday in Moscow to discuss uniting their efforts — as well as those of the United States — against the terrorist group.
Derek Medina, 33, could face 25 years to life in prison.
Two people were charged with felonies, and will appear in bond court later today.
The video, ordered released by the judge, shows Laquan McDonald being shot by Officer Jason Van Dyke last year. WARNING: The video is graphic.
The presidential candidate said Monday he retweeted the graphic because he thought it came from “sources that are very credible.”
Kelly Thomas, a 37-year-old man with schizophrenia, died after he was beaten by police officers in Fullerton, California, sparking widespread protests.
A post in a female meteorologist Facebook group started a trend that’s showing up on television screens around the country.
Ryan Anderson, a National Guardsman who was sentenced to life in prison in 2004 for trying to aid al-Qaeda, claims his mental disorder prevented him from stopping himself.
The agency listed as the source for the data doesn’t exist, and the rate of white victims killed by black offenders diverges wildly from previous years.
Vandalism at mosques across the U.S. and other incidents have been reported since the deadly attacks in the French capital.
Police said they used a chemical irritant and fired marking rounds — .40-caliber chalk capsules — against protesters demonstrating the shooting of Jamar Clark.
The attack marked the first time American warplanes have carried out strikes on fuel trucks used by the terror group.