Police Deaths News
Inside President Obama's Final White House Concert
Guests at President Obama's final concert at the White House had to go through three security checkpoints and then take the low-tech step of placing their cellphones in brown paper bags that would be returned to them at the end of the night. No one questioned the security precaution that would
Review: Nathan Lane Saves 'The Front Page' From Fish Wrap
Theater Review: An all-star revival of "The Front Page," the most jaundiced view of journalism ever to grace a stage, opened Thursday at the Broadhurst Theatre under the direction of three-time Tony Award-winner Jack O'Brien
FBI: Drop in Total Law Enforcement Officers Killed on Duty
The FBI says the number of law enforcement officers killed in the line of duty decreased in 2015 from the year before
FBI: Number of Police Officers Killed on Duty Fell in 2015
The FBI says the number of police officers killed in the line of duty decreased in 2015 from the year before
8-Year-Old Daughter Among Speakers at Slain Palm Springs Officers' Memorial Service
The 8-year-old daughter of a slain Palm Springs, California, police officer spoke today at a vigil for her father and his fellow officer, who were both killed in the line of duty, saying it wasn't her father's turn to die. Officers Jose "Gil" Vega, 63, and Lesley Zerebny, 27, were fatally shot
The Latest: Family Recalls Example Set by Slain Officer
Relatives of the Palm Springs police officers shot to death in what authorities have called an ambush have shared memories of their loved ones before a crowd of thousands
California Community Mourning Death of 2 Police Officers
The officers were shot while negotiating with a suspect after responding to a family disturbance call.
2 Police Officers Killed and 1 Wounded After Domestic Dispute
The Palm Springs community and police department mourn the death of the two police officers.
'Don't Shoot Him'
Dramatic new cell phone video tells us more about the shooting in Charlotte.
Megan Rapinoe lends much-needed female voice to race debate
With one ill-chosen word, Hope Solo turned a matter of soccer tactics into moral condemnation. With the help of U.S. Soccer's opportunistic overreaction, a molehill became a mountain. Megan Rapinoe prefers to use the molehill that sports actually are to try to scale mountains. Competitive. Fierce.