Detroit barber shop shooting leaves 3 dead, 8 wounded.
Detroit police confirmed today that three people died, in addition to eight who were wounded, in a shooting incident on the east side of the city a day earlier. Police said they were searching for two suspects who were believed to have fled the scene in two vehicles after the shooting.
Oriana Farrell, who was stopped in her minivan with her children, wrote a letter published by a New Mexico newspaper giving her account of the incident that's gained national attention. Lawrence O'Donnell shares her letter.
Jawon Johnson is on football scholarship at West Virginia State University. He has never been in trouble, but the college freshman was mistakenly identified as a wanted man and spent four days in Baltimore police custody before he was released.
Mayor-elect Bill de Blasio has announced the appointment of William Bratton as police commissioner of the NYPD, as it tries to maintain a historic drop in crime and an extensive counter-terrorism program.
Ted Cruz Coloring Book For Children Says Obamacare ‘worse than any war’
U. S. Senator Ted Cruz to the Future™ - Comic Coloring Activity Book Inspiring - Educational Book 'Cruz to the Future' on U.S. Senator Rafael Edward "Ted" Cruz Really Big Coloring Books ®, Inc. of Saint Louis, Mo. releases educational comic coloring and activity book for youth, parents and teachers which details Ted Cruz's life, principles, values and mission.
NBC's Today Show issued an apology Wednesday morning after one of its producers attempted to make a funny about the South African sign language interpreter scandal. The Today co-hosts were in the midst of discussing how the interpreter used during the Nelson Mandela memorial was allegedly a "fraud," according to one major organization for deaf people.
The man who shot Renisha McBride and used "stand your ground" as defense, stands trial for second-degree murder. A pastor was fired for officiating the same-sex wedding of his son. Russian President Vladimir Putin held his yearly press conference.
After receiving one million submissions from around the world, the Axe Apollo Space Academy has revealed the final crew from around the world. Mandla Maseko is one of them, making him the first black African to go to space.