Former N.B.A. star Dennis Rodman returned to North Korea for the second time in as many months. While Rodman maintains that his visit is strictly about basketball, many have criticized him as a political pawn for dictator, Kim Jong Un.
Marine's Emotional Reaction to Baltimore Cops Being Indicted
A black U.S marine in Baltimore is not the least bit impressed or excited about the indictments of 6 Baltimore police officers who falsely arrested and subsequently murdered Freddie Gray for simply making eye contact with one of the officers.
Texas Shooting Suspect Caught FBI's Attention Nearly a Decade Ago
The FBI first investigated Elton Simpson about nine years ago for his association with a person the bureau believed was setting up a terror cell in Arizona. Simpson was killed by police Sunday after opening fire outside a Texas art contest featuring drawings of Prophet Muhammad.
The newly sworn-in attorney general met with Baltimore city officials, activists and members of the clergy for some five hours on Tuesday. The April 19 death of Freddie Gray, who died from injuries sustained while in police custody, prompted demonstrations and protest.
Miami Police Caught in Scandal over Racist, Pornographic Emails
Racist and pornographic emails are jeopardizing the jobs of at least 16 Miami Police Department officers. A series of messages joking about racism and domestic abuse, among other topics, came to light during a recent investigation and have outraged community members who say the police are meant to treat everyone equally.
Grandma of 3-Year-Old Boy Found Dead in Swing Speaks
The grandmother of a three-year-old boy found dead at playground says her daughter would never do anything to hurt her son and must have had a mental break. She was found swinging the dead child for an 'unusual amount of time.'