• Explosives found at Dallas shooting suspects home
Explosives found at Dallas shooting suspects home

Authorities say five officers were killed and at least seven others wounded in the deadliest day for USA law enforcement since the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks. "It hurt him and broke his heart every day to read on social media about his people being killed by police", he said. "They don't have a list of members who have been arrested for ...

Read more

  • Shooting of Dallas officers spurs acts of kindness to police
Shooting of Dallas officers spurs acts of kindness to police

It was unclear who reported the suspicious person. Dallas remained on edge on Saturday. John Fife hands a police officer guarding Jack Evans Police Headquarters a rose in Dallas on Friday July 8, 2016 . Obama, who has been blocked by the Republican-led U.S. Congress in his bid for new gun-control measures, expressed new frustration over la...

Read more

  • Man shoots deputy after shooting son's dog
Man shoots deputy after shooting son's dog

The deputy was transported to UAB hospital, and Oxford SWAT and Oxford police was called to the scene. Special agents with the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency and the State Bureau of Investigation are investigating the shooting at the request of the Sheriff's Office and the Randolph County district attorney.

Read more

  • Racial tensions have gotten worse: Trump on Dallas shooting
Racial tensions have gotten worse: Trump on Dallas shooting

While Johnson stopped short of saying drugs were directly responsible for either the police killings of black men in Minnesota and Louisiana, or for the sniper attack on officers in Dallas, Johnson said the nation's drug policy and mass incarceration for drug-related offenses have fostered the deep divide between the two groups.

Read more

  • Race had nothing to do with Minnesota shooting - police officer's lawyer
Race had nothing to do with Minnesota shooting - police officer's lawyer

The first gun-control laws were passed to keep weapons out of the hands of black slaves and freedmen in colonial days, said Nicholas J. Johnson, a Fordham University law professor and author of "Negroes and The Gun: The Black Tradition of Arms".

Read more

  • There's a victor for the Mega Millions $540 million jackpot
There's a victor for the Mega Millions $540 million jackpot

The winning Mega Millions numbers are white balls 8-19-20-55-73 and yellow ball 5. If no one hits the jackpot on Friday, the jackpot will roll to an estimated $630 million for next Tuesday's drawing, which amounts to the fourth-largest jackpot in USA history.

Read more

  • Authorities: Dallas gunman amassed personal arsenal at home
Authorities: Dallas gunman amassed personal arsenal at home

While there doesn't appear to be any hard data on the subject, security experts and law enforcement officials said they couldn't recall another time when U.S. "We all knew he was a pervert because he got caught stealing girls panties but murdering cops is a different story", Wells Newsome, a former bunkmate of Johnson's, wrote on Facebook.

Read more

  • Cop's lawyer blames driver's gun, not his race
Cop's lawyer blames driver's gun, not his race

Ramsey County Prosecutor John Choi said Friday that he asked for a "prompt and thorough investigation", but declined to comment on it. "This had nothing to do with race and everything to do with the presence of the gun that Mr. She recalled cautioning him to always comply with police, but she said she never thought she would lose him. "He's a v...

Read more

  • Donald Trump Leads Romney, McCain with Hispanics
Donald Trump Leads Romney, McCain with Hispanics

Chris Christie, Indiana Gov. Mike Pence and Arkansas Sen. "I'm not a Never Trump guy, I've said I want to get there, I'm a Republican and I want to support the nominee", Kinzinger said after leaving the meeting early. Sen. Ben Sasse and presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump came face to face in Washington on Thursda...

Read more

  • Cop's lawyer blames driver's gun, not his race — APNewsBreak
Cop's lawyer blames driver's gun, not his race — APNewsBreak

Paul, Minnesota on July 7, 2016. The shooting of 32-year-old Castile, the aftermath of which was live-streamed on Facebook by his girlfriend, came soon after the release of a video of another black man's death at the hands of police in Louisiana, and together the two events have sparked nationwide outrage and protests.

Read more

  • Get Ready for GMO Labels on Foods
Get Ready for GMO Labels on Foods

Campbells, meanwhile, says it remains committed to printing clear and simple language on the labels of all of its USA products. She appeared to be directing her criticism of the bill at Sen. The bill was rejected in the Senate. Debbie Stabenow of MI, the top Democrat on the Senate Agriculture Committee . What does it mean for us? The bi...

Read more

  • Congressional leader advocates 'people control,' not gun control
Congressional leader advocates 'people control,' not gun control

Ryan told Republicans that a mental-health bill and a gun-related measure would receive votes, according to the person on the call. Democrats , however, reacted with anger at the move, describing it as a way of avoiding real changes to the law.

Read more

  • 74 arrested in Rochester, but protests otherwise peaceful
74 arrested in Rochester, but protests otherwise peaceful

As we reported, the girlfriend of police shooting victim Philando Castile said he had a licensed firearm in the vehicle when police pulled them over for a broken taillight. El Paso area leaders gathered Friday evening at a news conference to express their solidarity with Dallas after five law enforcement officers were killed and six others were...

Read more

  • Slain Dallas officer was stationed in Portsmouth while in the Navy
Slain Dallas officer was stationed in Portsmouth while in the Navy

Zamarripa took to his Twitter account to express his excitement about meeting Gooding earlier this year. "Thanx for taking the pic with my partner and I. Zamarripa, a five-year police veteran and the father of a 2-year-old girl, was among the five officers slain in the Dallas attack which injured seven more people.

Read more

  • Georgia governor lowers flags in honor of Dallas officers
Georgia governor lowers flags in honor of Dallas officers

Videos uploaded to social media showed the shootings took place when neither of the men appeared to be presenting a threat to the officers involved or anyone else. "Remember our motto, "Committed to the Community". "On the one hand it has been the tale of heroism of police officers". The Dallas ambush, which occurred during a protest prompt...

Read more

  • Obama lands in Madrid for abbreviated visit to Spain
Obama lands in Madrid for abbreviated visit to Spain

He covered his tracks a bit later in the presser by saying , "The demented individual who carried out those attacks in Dallas, he's not more representative of all African-Americans than the shooter in Charleston was representative of white Americans".

Read more

  • Uber and Pennsylvania make up in time for Democratic National Convention
Uber and Pennsylvania make up in time for Democratic National Convention

A third of the Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority's regional rail fleet is out of commission after inspectors found cracks in a key load-bearing component on 115 of its newest cars. The Philadelphia Inquirer reports that the ride-hailing company and the parking authority have reached a temporary agreement to allow Uber to oper...

Read more

  • Trump calls for unity in meeting with Republican lawmakers
Trump calls for unity in meeting with Republican lawmakers

During a recent interview with Business Insider , Flake said anybody who uttered the protectionist rhetoric on trade that Trump has "is not what I'd call a Republican". Translated: I need Trump to give me something. "Cruz said he would be happy to do so". Dozens of protesters awaited Trump , shouting slogans and waving signs that said T...

Read more

  • Abdul Sattar Edhi laid to rest
Abdul Sattar Edhi laid to rest

The Edhi foundation was at the forefront of the response previous year when a devastating heatwave struck Karachi, a city of about 20 million people. Belonging to a family of traders, Edhi settled in Karachi in 1947. The philanthropist suffered from multiple diseases and complications, including diabetes, hypertension, and kidney failure.

Read more

  • Trump slams Clinton for talking email on Dallas shooting day
Trump slams Clinton for talking email on Dallas shooting day

Speaking from a North Atlantic Treaty Organisation summit in Warsaw, Obama also hinted at his repeated calls for an assault weapons ban, saying that "when people are armed with powerful weapons, unfortunately it makes it more deadly and more tragic, and in the days ahead we are going to have to consider those realities as well".

Read more