A Pennsylvania man who was arrested in connection with the disappearance of a young Amish woman sent his brother more than a dozen text and image messages within a two-hour period on the day she was last seen.
A four-year-old boy was killed and four others were wounded when a gunman barged into an Ohio home early Monday and opened fire, authorities said.
The protests now, according to a report, are using a more confrontational approach: change comes not from screams but actions.
The family of a Louisville man fatally shot by law enforcement who were breaking up a crowd during a night of protests has sued the local police department and the Kentucky National Guard.
A Louisville judge ruled on Monday that police do not have to release an investigative file into the fatal police shooting of Breonna Taylor because doing so would harm the integrity of the case, which is still ongoing.
A New York City police officer was arrested Monday on suspicion of acting as an illegal agent of the Chinese government, federal prosecutors said.
A Medgar Evers College student has filed a lawsuit claiming the school colluded with Brooklyn Councilwoman Laurie Cumbo to punish the student for publicly criticizing the lawmaker during a community board meeting last year.
Police in Texas are on the hunt Monday for a suspect after one woman allegedly was found chained inside his home and another woman was found dead in a burning vehicle outside.
The core of Hurricane Teddy is passing east of Bermuda on Monday, but the large storm will have impacts stretching across the East Coast of the U.S.
New York Attorney General Letitia James announced Sunday that her office will proactively release police body camera footage in light of Daniel Prude’s fatal encounter with Rochester police officers and the subsequent protests that broke out over five months later when video of the incident was finally made public.