It shouldn't have taken the deaths of two black men in Louisiana or Minnesota, or the countless ones before that, they say.
Citing a desire to balance "public trust" with the rights and safety of law enforcement officers, North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory signed legislation this week that blocks the release of law enforcement recordings from body cameras or dashboard cameras with ...
Days after police shot them, the investigations into the deaths of Philando Castile and Alton Sterling are far from over.
Even before five fellow Dallas officers were shot and killed last week, Morris Pope was already in sorrow.
A think tank study of thousands of incidents where law enforcement interactions turned forceful concluded blacks are much more likely to be involved than other groups.
As protests against police brutality continue across the country, signs of cooperation between demonstrators and law enforcement emerged in Atlanta.
Black mothers reflect on telling their sons about interaction with the police.
In the aftermath of the recent kllings in the nation, the country looks for direction for the next steps.
Shooters killed five officers at a protest over police violence in downtown Dallas, sending screaming crowds scrambling for shelter and spurring an investigation into who was behind the ambush.
Thirty-two-year-old Philando Castile is dead following a Wednesday evening (July 6) officer involved shooting in Falcon Heights, near the gates to Minnesota State Fair grounds.
Hours after her son's death was live-streamed on Facebook, Valerie Castile was remarkably composed.
A homeless man made the 911 call that brought police to the convenience store where Alton Sterling was shot dead, a senior law enforcement official told CNN on Thursday.
“You don’t bring a gun to a fist fight, and I don’t know the exact circumstances of the police shooting of Delrawn Small, but I am uncomfortable with the fact that this father died during a road rage incident,” retired ...
Two police officers pin down Alton Sterling, a 37-year-old black man, then shoot him as he lies on the ground.
Louisiana Rep. Cedric Richmond called on the Justice Department Wednesday to investigate the death of Alton Sterling, a 37-year-old man shot as he lay on the ground with two Baton Rouge police officers on top of him.