David Brown, a 30-year veteran of the city’s force, was thrust unexpectedly into the spotlight as the U.S. reeled from a tough week.
President Obama rejected the notion that this week's violence is a signal that the U.S. has returned to some of the darkest days of its past.
The Islamic State group's Twitter traffic has plunged 45 percent in the past two years, the Obama administration says.
Sanders is reportedly planning to endorse Hillary Clinton, a long good-bye that angered some Democrats who argued his protracted concession threatened party unity.
All of the money is to go to Sterling's family so that his five children can pay for a college education.
A growing number of groups are training citizens to monitor police encounters for excessive use of force.
Moscow on Saturday said it had expelled two US diplomats as a retaliatory move after Washington turfed out two Russian officials.
Wanda Melton has always voted Republican, but now the Georgia grandmother plans to cross over to support Hillary Clinton.
People joining mostly peaceful demonstrations in several cities show both frustration and determination.
North Korea's submarine missile launches aren't yet reliable, but that could change, experts say.
The ticket, sold in Indiana, ends the longest Mega Millions run without a winner, lottery officials say.
A week that began with celebratory Fourth of July fireworks ended with Americans looking somberly into their souls.
Former Republican Rep. Joe Walsh's now-deleted tweet after the Dallas shooting prompts outrage.
Attorney General Loretta Lynch says a hate crime investigation would be on the table if more suspects are discovered.
A scenario is in the works where a group of Wisconsin delegates could force a contested convention in Cleveland.
Patrick Zamarripa served the Navy and did three tours of duty in Iraq before joining the Dallas Police Department.
Mark Hughes, a protester who was wrongly identified as a suspect in the shooting, was released by police without charges.
The nation's largest police union asks for the Dallas shootings to be investigated as a hate crime.
The presumptive GOP nominee strikes a presidential tone in his first comments since five officers were slain.
Rapid Transit Officer Brent Thompson, who was killed in the sniper attack, recently married a fellow transit officer.