Reworded passages of the Law of War manual ensure journalists civilian status and freedom to meet with enemy combatants without being deemed a spy.
Still reeling from the deaths of three law enforcement officers and the fatal shooting of a black man by police, the city of Baton Rouge, La., is considering a residency requirement for new police recruits.
Austin police have released a video of a white officer slamming a black school teacher into a truck during a traffic stop. But a conversation between the officer and his colleague has sparked even more concern.
Trump's confidence in his ability to reverse what he sees as America's decline is one of the main reasons he won the GOP nomination. But it departs from a tradition of expressing humility while campaigning.
The NBA had announced Charlotte, N.C., as the home of the 2017 All-Star games to much fanfare last summer. But now the game is being pulled out of the city over the bathroom laws debate.
Unlike most of the state of Colorado, the town of Hugo doesn't allow the cultivation or sale of marijuana, leaving authorities with big questions about how the water became tainted with THC.
The women's professional basketball league fined teams that wore black warm-up T-shirts in the wake of shootings by and against police officers.
New York City will move 16- and 17-year-olds incarcerated on Rikers Island prison to a youth facility in the Bronx, where they can receive more age-appropriate programing.
An elderly man was held in a motel room for around four years so another man could steal his benefits, police say.