The Newtown, Connecticut, school where 20 students and six educators were killed in December 2012 was demolished and rebuilt.
A former St. Louis police officer was sentenced to more than four years in federal prison for assaulting a handcuffed man accused of stealing his daughter’s credit card.
Three officers were scheduled to stand trial over the death of Baltimore man Freddie Gray.
“Firing squad, probably not.”
Investigators say a former high-ranking Detroit officer admitted he created a drawing of a crime scene which was used to convict a 14-year-old of four murders, but he won’t be charged.
The plaintiffs in the civil lawsuit against Remington Arms and other gun companies oppose a protective order by the firearms manufacturer.
Abdullah Muflahi says that he was detained for hours by police after the shooting and claims authorities seized his security footage without a warrant.
The district attorney cited a personal relationship with one of the police officers involved in the fatal shooting for stepping aside.
The 37-year-old Baton Rouge man was fatally shot by police outside a convenience store on Tuesday.
Here’s what happened when Arthur “Silky Slim” Reed and his organization, Stop the Killing, Inc., made a push to get a graphic police shooting video out on social media.
The owner of the Triple S Food Mart in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, says police confiscated his surveillance footage after Alton Sterling was shot.
The maker of the Bushmaster AR-15 is asking a judge to keep proprietary materials out of public view as part of a lawsuit filed by family members of Sandy Hook shooting victims.
Baltimore Police Lt. Brian Rice will be the third consecutive police officer charged in Freddie Gray’s death to have their case heard by a judge instead of a jury.
Police said they discovered “exculpatory evidence” that pointed the finger away from Anthony Padgett.
A class-action lawsuit filed Friday aims to restore the voting rights of people in Louisiana who are out of prison on parole or probation.
The Speaker of the House says they will hold a vote on measures aimed at keeping guns out of the hands of terrorists when Congress reconvenes after the Fourth of July.
Richard Rosario spent 20 years behind bars for a New York City murder he claims happened while he was in Florida and wants the investigation to remain open.
The Obama administration will spend millions on education and training programs to help keep those who have been incarcerated from landing back in prison.
Officer Caesar Goodson was acquitted by a Baltimore Circuit Court on Thursday. He faced the most serious charges — second degree “depraved heart” murder — of the six officers charged in the case.