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.
Five officers have been killed and at least seven more injured in a hail of gunfire.
Former Illinois Rep. Joe Walsh sent a flurry of tweets about Black Lives Matter, the president, and “liberals” for the Dallas events.
At least seven other officers were injured when gunfire broke out during a protest against recent police shootings.
The president makes an impassioned plea for the nation to do more to address the growing rift between police and the communities they serve.
Spokesman John Kirby says the investigation is restarting now that the Justice Department isn't pursuing criminal prosecution.
The Rules Committee is not the only stop-Trump game in Cleveland.
Pyongyang calls the sanctions on leader Kim Jong Un an “open declaration of war” against its nation.
Mark Dayton said he is shocked and offended, and called the police force that killed a 32-year-old black man 'way in excess.'
An average of 20 veterans died from suicide every day in 2014, according to the Department of Veterans Affairs.
A second investigation questioning the FBI director's decision to not recommend prosecution for the presidential hopeful might go nowhere.
A recent report shows unauthorized immigrants had a labor force participation rate of 70% compared to 62.9% for the overall population.
James Comey faces tough questions from a GOP-led committee about the agency's investigation.
Facing enormous pressure to go in one direction, the presumptive Democratic nominee should choose the other.
Donald Trump offered a creative new defense for one of his tweets, which was widely denounced as anti-Semitic.
After 13 seasons and three titles with the Heat, Dwyane Wade has informed the Bulls he plans to sign with them.