Several videos posted online appear to show a New York City police officer using a chokehold on a suspected farebeater in an incident that took place just days before Staten Island resident Eric Garner died during a similar arrest last week.
Fox Affiliate Apologizes for Deceptive 'Kill a Cop' Edit
Baltimore Fox affiliate WBFF apologized today for a deceptive edit on a protest video that made it sound like police protesters were chanting "kill a cop" when they were actually changing "'til killer cops are in cell blocks."
Bill Cosby has been charged with sexual assault more than a decade after a former Temple University employee told police the comedian drugged and violated her at his home near Philadelphia. (Associated Press)
Parents of Disabled Airport Worker Demand an Apology From 50 Cent
Curtis Jackson, known more commonly as 50 Cent, flew into CVG to do a promotion for a liquor company in Cincinnati. A selfie video he made quickly went viral. But now the family of the man wrongly accused of being on drugs wants the recording artist to set the record straight (WSHH)
Detroit Man Wrongly Imprisoned for Drug Killings Released
After spending nearly a decade in prison for a crime he did not commit, 23-year-old Davontae Sanford was freed Wednesday after a judge vacated his murder conviction. Michelle Miller reports. (CBS This Morning)
Micah Xavier Johnson, 25, has been identified as one of the suspected gunmen in an ambush Thursday that left five Dallas law enforcement officers dead and seven more officers injured, multiple law enforcement sources told ABC News. Johnson, who died in the incident, had served as an Army Reservist until April 2015, defense officials said. (ABC News)
After an ambush that left three law enforcement officers dead and three others wounded Sunday morning in Baton Rouge, less than two weeks after a black man was shot and killed by police there, Mayor Kip Holden asked the city to come together. (Associated Press)
Dr. Dre Won't Face Gun Charges After Road Rage Incident
Dr. Dre started off the week on a rough note, but it appears he can now breathe a sigh of relief. Police briefly detained Dr. Dre at his Malibu home Monday after a man accused the rapper of pulling out a gun during a reported road rage dispute. (Complex News)