At the Los Angeles premiere of new horror-comedy 'Meet The Blacks,' which pokes fun at Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump, rapper Snoop Dogg claims that he doesn't vote and only supports "the gangster party." (Associated Press)
Johnson & Johnson has been ordered to pay $55 million to a woman who claims its talcum powder caused her ovarian cancer, the second such judgment against the manufacturer in three months (Associated Press).
A UCLA student describes the moment he received an alert about the shooting. A spokesperson for the LAPD confirms that there are two fatalities following a shooting incident on the UCLA campus. The school remains on lockdown. It is unclear if a suspect is at large. (ABC News)
Source: Man Who Grabbed Gun Threatened to Harm Trump
The 19-year-old man who was arrested at a Donald Trump rally for trying to pull a gun from a police officer's holster has told law enforcement that he intended to harm Donald Trump. CNN's Jim Acosta reports. (CNN)
Subscribe for more Breaking News: http://smarturl.it/AssociatedPress A new video has emerged of the fatal shooting of Alton Sterling in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. It was recorded by the owner of the store where police shot Sterling early Tuesday. Warning: This report includes images some may find disturbing. (Associated Press)
The aunt of a slain Baton Rouge police officer is venting anger that a gunman from Missouri crossed state lines and targeted officers in Louisiana, killing her nephew and two others. (Associated Press)
Police Union Insults BLM, Posts Photo of Dogs "Black Labs Matter"
The San Francisco Police Officer's Association is under fire after publishing a photo of two dogs in its newspaper criticizing the Black Lives Matter phrase and movement reported SFGate. The photo shows a black Labrador Retriever with a sign around its neck reading "Black Labs Matter" and a yellow Labrador Retriever with a sign reading "All Labs Matter," a reference to "All Lives Matter," a counter response to "Black Lives Matter." (Complex News)
Nigeria: Released Chibok Girls in Emotional Family Reunions
Some of the schoolgirls freed by Boko Haram have been reunited with their families. Twenty-one girls were freed on Thursday, more than two and a half years after they were kidnapped by the armed group. Some families have taken days to reach the capital Abuja to be reunited with their girls. (Al Jazeera English)
A fifth day of protests in Charlotte against the fatal shooting of Keith Lamont Scott by police remained largely peaceful after the release of the partial police vehicle dashcam and police body cam footage. (Associated Press)
Sen. Ted Cruz defeated Donald Trump in the Iowa caucuses on Monday. The race between Democratic presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders remained too close to call. Today, the campaigns turn their attention to New Hampshire. (Associated Press)