America's police officers are better trained, better educated and more diverse than their predecessors. But they've never felt more despised. Newsweek's Max Kutner talks with police and community members in Newark and across the country to reveal the complex demands on police today.
Musicians haven't been silent in the wake of recent events.
School officials learned of the incident after video of it went viral online.
Akai Gurley was shot by a stray bullet in a Brookyln stairwell.
A Guardian analysis shows that 30 percent of the police contracts it reviewed contain clauses that officer disciplinary records be kept from the public.
Akai Gurley was shot in November 2014; officer Peter Liang says the gun went off by accident.
Holtzclaw found his victims while patrolling a low-income neighborhood.
ISIS is mentioned in one of the calls.
The jury selection in his trial has been scheduled for January 11.
Quintonio Legrier, a 19-year-old black student, was also killed.
Because of federal probes, the South Carolina solicitor says he cannot now bring a case.
No property damage was reported.
The demonstrators chanted, "Sixteen shots and a cover-up!" and "Rahm, resign!"
A Chicago police officer last month was charged with first-degree murder.
Five Black Lives Matter protesters were shot in Minneapolis during a protest on Monday.
Many on the right don't want to talk about police misconduct. So they change the subject.
Whenever there was a cop standing over a corpse, there was Patrick Lynch telling us to move along, nothing to see here.
The FBI boss's unsubstantiated remarks put him among the ranks of the tinfoil hat brigade.
The event held to protest police brutality snaked through Manhattan.
A judge has ordered two Albuquerque officers to stand trial for the 2014 killing of James Boyd.
When a violent encounter occurs, the police may lack the experience to defuse it and resort to deadly force.
If an officer is to serve as an eyewitness, will his memory be untainted if he views the footage?