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Relatives and the extended police family will mourn their fallen heroes at a City Hall vigil
Police are searching Micah Johnson's laptop and phones to try and find out whether anyone may have helped him plan deadly assault
Creator and star of the Broadway smash "Hamilton," played his final performance as Alexander Hamilton on Saturday night
Fans posted video on social media that show that Hall of Fame guitarist appearing dizzy before stumbling off stage
Flag flew again outside the South Carolina Statehouse -- temporarily -- during a rally that drew both supporters and protesters
From Atlanta to Baton Rouge, protesters across the country are holding demonstrations against police violence
Republican Gov. Greg Abbott could miss next week's Republican National Convention because of his wounds
Alabama men have been arrested for their alleged role in starting the Cold Springs Fire near Nederland in Colorado
7/10: Dallas gunman wrote on wall in blood, police chief says; U.S. Navy ship tries to deter refugees from entering Europe
After the initial rounds of gunfire, Dallas Police chief David Brown said in an interview the gunman laughed at police negotiations and scribbled letters on the wall with his own blood; Videos shot inside a migrant raft reveal the cramped conditions.
Twenty-three-year-old died four days after he became the fourth and final victim in the attacks on homeless in San Diego
North of downtown Los Angeles, a wildfire raged in the Santa Clarita valley forcing 2,000 people to evacuate. In the last two months, nearly 100,000 acres have burned in California. The Erskine fire near Lake Isabella killed two people and deystroyed more than 280 homes. Mireya Villarreal has the latest.
President Obama cut short an official visit to Spain on Sunday so he could personally honor the murdered Dallas police officers. He also tried to calm protestors from nearly 5,000 miles away and cautioned activists back home not to use recent shootings of black men by police as an excuse for violence. Margaret Brennan is traveling with the president.
Dozens of arrests were made in St. Paul, Minnesota, after protestors fought with police over the deadly shooting of Philando Castile last Wednesday. Several hundred protesters clashed with police as they shut down one of the Twin Cities' main highways, Interstate 94. For more than four hours overnight, police tried to get the crowd under control. Some hurled broken concrete, rocks, rebar and even fireworks at officers. Anna Werner has more from St. Paul.
The protests in the Louisiana captial were in response to the death of 37-year-old Alton Sterling, who was shot and killed during an encounter with police last week. More than 100 arrests were made during the protests, most for defying orders to clear the street, some for battery of a police officer. Seven guns were siezed from protesters along with body armor. David Begnaud has more.
After the initial rounds of gunfire, Dallas Police chief David Brown said in an interview the gunman laughed at police negotiations and scribbled letters on the wall with his own blood. A makeshift memorial continues to grow where the five police officers were killed by a sniper last Thursday. Manuel Bojorquez has more from Dallas.
One of the fallen heroes in the Dallas shooting was police officer Michael Smith, who was also an Army veteran. Heidi and Mike Smith had an all-American family: she was a teacher he was a police officer. Omar Villafranca spoke with his family.
Thousands evacuated as wildfires threaten homes in Santa Clarita Valley; In last two months, nearly 100,000 acres have burned
Gunman Micah Johnson taunted police during two hours of negotiations, before authorities killed him with a robot bomb
Police say four men used the newly-released "Pokemon Go" app to lure potential victims to traps near St. Louis
Little girl brought bagged lunches -- made up of sandwiches, chips, fruit and a cookie -- for officers after hearing about the unrest