Minneapolis police moved into a protesters encampment early on Thursday morning and told them they had ten minutes to disperse or be arrested. The protesters have been demonstrating for 19 days over the shooting of a black man by police.
Police in San Bernardino, California, tracked down and killed the two suspects who murdered 14 and injured another 17 at a holiday office party for county employees.
A mother and son came upon a gold bar worth a half a million dollars. Their bodies were discovered in a local dump on Sunday.
A Secret service agent is indicted for sending lewd photos of himself to someone he believed was a 14-year-old girl.
Chicago mayor Rahm Emanuel refuses to resign amid the furor and the protests and has assembled another “task force” to look into the behavior of the Chicago police department.
Two men robbed and beat a Michigan man with cerebral palsy all the time recording it on cell phone video. When the robbery and the attack was over, the two assailants posted the video to the victim’s Facebook page as well as their own pages.
Chaos erupted on an Atlanta street following the crash of a vehicle that had slammed into a shuttle bus from a nearby hotel.
Four Kosovars with ties to the Islamic State were arrested on Tuesday by police in Italy and Kosovo for being prepared to carry out direct threats they had made against the United States and Pope Francis I.
The first Baltimore police officer goes on trial on Monday in the April alleged murder of Freddie Gray. Jury selection is set to begin in the case of Gray who died while in police custody.
A Papa Johns franchisee will serve jail time for failing to pay for overtime hours.