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The police department said it is investigating the video, but the Commissioner Bill Bratton said "you have no right ... to resist arrest."
Three on-duty police officers studied for a promotion test for three hours while nearby crime victims waited as long as 63 minutes for help.
Police have said so for years and now scientists have measured the effect: Mass shootings and school attacks do inspire copycats.
After taking a 26-year nap, a waking black hole released a burst of X-rays that lit up observatories on June 15 — and it's still making a ruckus.
Airborne spiders dropping into a lake or sea aren't sunk, new research shows: In fact, they seem to take to water like old salts.
Everything that's happened between the April 20, 2010, rig explosion and Thursday's mammoth settlement.
As July 4 looms, law enforcement is on alert amid concerns about a heightened threat of attacks by ISIS and supporters of the terrorist group.
The Internet as we know it has officially gotten too big for its britches after the group that assigns addresses in North America ran out of numbers.
Sealed Air Corp., the company behind Bubble Wrap, has a new version coming out that may become popular with shippers
The Border Patrol statement was the first official confirmation that Richard Matt pointed a weapon at officers before he was shot.
Michael and Tina Careccia were killed at a home after some kind of disagreement, and then buried in a grave in Maricopa, authorities said.
The sister of accused Charleston church shooter Dylann Roof launched a campaign to raise money to cover the costs of her abandoned wedding.
Tariq al-Harzi — one of the first terrorists to join ISIS and a major fundraiser for the group — was the target of a $3 million U.S. reward.
The Bernie Sanders campaign has raised $15 million since April 30, with a total of about 250,000 donors.
The D.C.-bound plane departed from St. Louis and was diverted after a passenger made a threat on board.
"I think it is quite promising," said Mitchell Warren of the HIV vaccine and treatment advocacy group AVAC.
A host of European countries were hit by a heat wave that sent temperatures into triple digits. Despite the dangerous heat, people found ways to enjoy the weather.