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Officials have stripped CHP Officer Daniel Andrew of his badge and gun, effective immediately, CHP officials said.
Dimitri Bontinck says only two percent of those who left home to fight in Syrian can be persuaded to return to their home countries.
Missouri residents describe their vision of justice in the case of Michael Brown, an unarmed teenager who was shot and killed by police in Ferguson, Missouri.
The ALS 'Ice Bucket Challenge' has raised over $30 million in donations and a former president joins the craze.
His mother said he was strong, courageous and loving to the end. President Obama vowed to pursue his killers, the militant group ISIS.
The nation's top cop has promised a fair and thorough look into Officer Darren Wilson's fatal shooting of unarmed Michael Brown 11 days ago.
Officials have postponed school for nearly 12,000 students in a district where streets have erupted into violence after Michael Brown’s death.
Fears of work piling up could be putting a dent in vacation plans. A new survey says 40 percent of Americans don’t take all of their time off.
The U.S. tried to rescue some hostages held in Syria by Islamist militants, but the mission failed because the hostages weren't there, officials said.
Police in Saginaw, Michigan have decided to give up their heavily armored Mine-Resistant Ambush Protected (MRAP) personnel carrier, saying that they do not have a need for it. WEYI’s Walter Smith-Randolph reports
Police in Saginaw, Michigan have decided to give up their heavily armored Mine-Resistant Ambush Protected (MRAP) personnel carrier, saying maintenance for the tank is costly and that they do not have a need for it. WEYI’s Walter Smith-Randolph reports
The CEO and president of GlobalPost, the news service which Jim Foley was freelancing for when he was kidnapped speaks out on his execution.
A suburban St. Louis police officer was suspended indefinitely for pointing his rifle at a demonstrator in Ferguson and threatening to kill him
The journalist's mother and father said they did not watch the video of his beheading but are "haunted" by his cruel death.
A Florida police officer rejects the term "hero" after dashcam shows him pushing a wheelchair bound man stranded in rain, to his home. WBBH's Lindsey Fry reports.
A college friend of Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev plans to plead guilty to impeding the investigation into the deadly attack.