Richard Glossip is scheduled to be executed at 3 p.m. on Wednesday for hiring a man to kill his manager. Mr. Glossip's attorneys say that he was wrongfully convicted.
A Texas high school student's electronic invention became the subject of a bomb investigation by local police.
The Ferguson Commission, a 16-member panel, released a report Monday on recommending changes to the St. Louis courts and police.
Kentucky Trooper Joseph Cameron Ponder was fatally shot Sunday night during a traffic stop. The suspect, Joseph Johnson Shanks, was shot and killed Monday.
The number of confirmed reports of vehicles shot by an unarmed assailant has climbed to 11, but the incidents do not appear to fit any pattern.
A Florida man has been charged with distributing information relating to explosives, destructive devices, and weapons of mass destruction.
Los Angeles police engaged an armed carjacker in a 45-minute pursuit that crossed several area cities before the man barricaded himself inside a barbecue restaurant.
NYPD arrested tennis pro James Blake by mistake, striking a chord with critics of the police force who say officers use overuse of excessive force with minorities.
Dennis Rodeman died Wednesday evening after being struck during an annual fundraiser.
Attorneys for Michael Slager, a former police officer in North Charleston, S.C., who has been charged with killing an unarmed black man, say the defendant poses no flight risk. Some observers worry that his release could spark civil unrest.
Federal attorneys will apply heightened scrutiny to individuals on Wall Street when investigating financial misconduct and corporate malfeasance, according to a new Justice Department policy.
A Baltimore judge is hearing arguments Thursday for a change of venue in the trials of six police officers charged in relation to the April death of Freddie Gray.
At least nine vehicles traveling on Arizona highways have been shot at in the past week and a half. Phoenix officials have called in the FBI and the ATF to assist in the investigation.