After the release of a video showing a white Chicago officer shooting black teenager Laquan McDonald, Chicago protesters gather for small demonstrations, avoiding the larger turmoil at protests in Minneapolis, Baltimore and Ferguson.
An Oakland man has been charged with murder in the September fatal shooting of a California artist.
A traffic stop ended with a driver shooting at a Pennsylvania state police trooper in downtown Philadelphia.
Two Indianapolis men have been charged in the murder of Amanda Blackburn.
The city has 60 days to give the Mohamed family $15 million in damages as well as written apologies from the mayor, the police chief, and school authorities. Or, the family's attorneys say, civil action will be pursued.
Two additional suspects, both young men in their early 20s, have been detained in conjunction with a related series of robberies, according to local sources.
New Orleans police are investigating a shoot-out at a weekend block party that left 16 people wounded, using many of the strategies that have helped create almost four straight years of homicide declines.
Israeli spy Jonathan Pollard has been released on parole after 30 years in prison. His lawyers are challenging the terms of his release in court.
An evening of tense confrontations between police and demonstrators leads some to call for restraint and others more rigor.
Investigators say the shooting of police officer Richardo Galvez late Wednesday was a targeted attack instead of a random shooting.
Fogle, who confessed to paying for sex with minors and buying child pornography, is set to be sentenced on Thursday.
An undercover agent is on the stand for the second day Wednesday to share his testimony against Raymond Chow.
The St. Louis suburb's former assistant city manager has the local experience to 'hit the ground running' but the distance of having been out of state for eight years to 'bring a fresh perspective to the city,' according to Ferguson Mayor James Knowles.