As the gavel dropped at the Republican National Convention, Hillary Clinton gave a speech calling for criminal justice reform just a few hours away.
Lt. General Michael Flynn urges a vigorous, new multifront war against jihadi enemies.
A fourth police officer was acquitted of manslaughter and other charges in the death of Freddie Gray.
Will former rival Ted Cruz, who's scheduled for a primetime speaking spot, denounce the party's nominee?
The family of the man shot and killed by police in Baton Rouge is praying for the families of the three officers fatally shot.
"His attention was on police officers," a state police official said, describing the attack as an "ambush."
The presumptive GOP nominee suggests the president's body language indicates experience only a black man could have.
Here's your guide to the biggest — and weirdest — things going on at the Republican National Convention in Cleveland.
Yahoo News has enlisted participants at the Republican National Convention to file daily diary entries on their experiences in Cleveland.
Authorities say the shooter was the only person who fired at the officers, but they are unsure if he acted alone.
Nicolas Leslie, 20, was one of 85 Berkeley scholars studying abroad when tragedy struck in Nice, France.
The president says that the attacks on public servants must cease and the rule of law prevail.
A female journalist ventures into the streets with a camera and is quickly and ruthlessly detained by police.
Police urged Ohio's governor to declare a state of emergency, suspending open-carry laws during the RNC.
When an officer aimed a first shot, the driver ducked and disappeared, then re-emerged on the passenger side.
Seven people are now in custody over the attack in Nice, which left 84 dead and 202 injured.
One suspect is also dead and 2 may be on the run after an "unspeakable and unjustifiable attack" in Baton Rouge.
Pence was asked, “What do you think about your running mate’s campaign and the tone and the negativity of it?"
"He was in Nice with his European friends to celebrate the national holiday ... he seemed very happy," his brother said.
Hundreds of soldiers are among the detainees; almost 3,000 judges and prosecutors are dimissed, an official says.