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Former NYPD Commissioner Ray Kelly Discusses Tensions Around Police Brutality
Kelly addressed the growing tension surrounding police-involved shootings.
Experts on Why Police Aren't Trained to Shoot to Wound
After two black men were shot and killed be police in less than 48 hours, outraged communities all over the nation are speaking out against police brutality, with many wondering why police aren't just trained to shoot to wound. Unlike in the recent shooting deaths of Philando Castile in Falcon
Police Still Investigating What Caused Explosion in Central Park
Police are still investigating the explosion in New York City's Central Park this weekend that seriously injured an 18-year-old college student. Connor Golden of Fairfax, Virginia, was climbing rocks in the park Sunday morning with two friends when the explosion occurred, severely injuring his
New York, DC, LA Ramp Up Security in Wake of Deadly Brussels Attacks
Police are increasing their presence in U.S. cities including Washington, D.C., Los Angeles and New York in the wake of deadly explosions at an airport and subway station in Brussels. The terror group ISIS said today that its "fighters" were responsible for the attack, according to an
U.S. Heightens Security After Brussels Attacks
ABC News contributor and former NYPD Commissioner Ray Kelly explains how cities in the United States are ramping up security following the terror attacks in Brussels.
Brussels Explosions Increase Security Efforts Worldwide
ABC News' Pierre Thomas and former New York City police commissioner Ray Kelly discuss the impact of the explosions in Brussels.
Arrests Made as Donald Trump's Rally Called off
His rivals want Trump to take responsibility for violence that has broken out at some of his events.
Why San Bernardino is a ‘Game Changer’ for Law Enforcement
Law enforcement officials are now facing what one former CIA officer calls an “impossible” task of thwarting threats like the one that unfolded last week in San Bernardino, California. The massacre underscored how officials and the government will now monitor targets who have not been previously
State of Emergency in Ferguson After Violent Night of Protests
Officials in Saint Louis County, Missouri declare a state of emergency following a night of violent protests on the anniversary of Michael Brown's death.
President Obama Discusses Military Equipment Rules for Local Police
Caption tweak: Former New York City Police Commissioner Ray Kelly weighs in on the president's move to ban some military-style equipment use by local police forces.