A 14-year-old girl and a 12-year-old boy took up weapons after a torturous journey through Florida’s juvenile mental health system.
Thomas Webster was found guilty in federal court after assaulting a Washington, D.C., police officer with a metal flagpole during the riot at the Capitol last year.
An appeals court confirmed the homicide verdicts but commuted the life terms for both men, handing Finnegan Elder 24 years in prison and Gabriel Natale Hjorth 22.
In the former Communist East, security officials worry that a long-running movement against Covid restrictions is becoming an incubator of political violence.
The mayor’s views on policing are tied in part to his relationships with families of officers killed on the job, as well as with police abuse victims.
A gunman fired at police officers from the second floor of an apartment building in Brown Deer, Wis., on Saturday. They were not injured, officials said.
Wilbert Mora, one of two officers killed after responding to a 911 call in Harlem last month, was remembered at his funeral for his warmth and compassion.
A suspect was caught after a widespread search at the college, about 40 miles from Charlottesville, the authorities said.
He should have been the future of policing in New York.
Detective Jason Rivera, 22, is among the youngest police officers killed in the line of duty in New York City.
Mayor Eric Adams said he was “outraged” that a teenager accused in the shooting of a police officer in the Bronx had been freed on bond.
Once an ordinary citizen stumbles into the culture war, it can be hard to get back out. Just ask Michael Fanone.
To address New York City’s rising gun violence, Eric Adams called on “all of us” to make the streets safer.
Harlem Councilwoman Kristin Richardson Jordan, who has equated the policing system to slavery, is now considering how to deliver her message in a district mourning for two officers.
Wilbert Mora, 27, joined the department in 2018. He and his partner, Jason Rivera, were killed by a man who opened fire during a domestic call, the police said.
Mayor Eric Adams’s ambitious gun safety plan includes reviving a controversial police unit his predecessor disbanded.
The controversial unit’s return is part of an ambitious plan announced by Mayor Eric Adams to confront a growing crisis of gun violence.
New York is far safer and stronger than in the ’70s. But after a flood of sad news, many people are struggling to find grounds for optimism.
Mayor Eric Adams, who won New Yorkers’ votes by campaigning on a need for improved public safety, is facing a growing crisis over gun violence.
The latest deadly episode to rattle the city began with a routine domestic disturbance call and ended with one officer dead and another in critical condition.
The officers were the third and fourth to be shot in the line of duty in recent days.
The officer was the second to be shot in New York in 36 hours, offering a challenge to Mayor Eric Adams as he seeks to deliver on the public safety message that was central to his campaign.
Officials said a bullet fired by the suspect struck both him and the officer in what Mayor Eric Adams called another “unacceptable” example of gun violence in New York.
A memo by New York City’s new police leader sharply questioned Manhattan’s new district attorney over his strategy for prosecuting crime.
Chief J. Thomas Manger, head of an agency still reeling from Jan. 6, plans to tell lawmakers he is already addressing most of the 103 recommendations from an internal watchdog.
The officer was in stable condition after the shooting, which happened early on Saturday outside the 25th Precinct station house.
The shooting spree on Monday night left three others wounded, including a police officer.
Holiday card greetings from defendants awaiting trial on charges related to the Capitol riot reflect their status as symbolic martyrs for the Republican base.
State Police said Mark Beilby, 24, who died on Wednesday, had repeatedly refused to drop a knife and had “advanced at the trooper.”
The skirmish, which was captured on video, happened as the airport was bracing for heavy holiday passenger traffic despite a surge in Covid-19 cases driven by the highly transmissible Omicron variant.
Robert Palmer hurled a fire extinguisher at police officers during some of the fiercest fighting on Jan. 6.
Eight mine workers were shot in a mistaken ambush by soldiers seeking insurgents, and six protesters died later in clashes with government forces, stoking fears of further violence in the restive region.
Nathaniel Woods was unarmed when three Birmingham police officers were fatally shot by someone else in 2004. But Woods, a Black man, was convicted of capital murder for his role in the deaths of the three white officers.
The shooting took place around 8:15 p.m. in the Belmont section. The officers were expected to survive.
Rights groups said the death sentence for Abdullah al-Huwaiti ran contrary to the kingdom’s claimed legal reforms. Now he’ll be retried.
The sentence given to Scott Fairlamb, a former New Jersey gym owner, is the most severe so far for any of the more 650 people charged in the Jan. 6 attack.
Gérald Darmanin, France’s interior minister, said an unidentified assailant had stabbed an officer in Cannes. The motive for the attack was not immediately clear.
Colinford Mattis and Urooj Rahman expressed regret for the attack on a police car in May 2020. Each could face 10 years in prison.
The deputies were wrestling with a suspect when they were shot from behind, according to the Houston Police Department.
Master Trooper Adam Gaubert of the Louisiana State Police was found dead in his car more than 12 hours after he was ambushed on Saturday, the authorities said.
A second agent and a Tucson police officer were wounded in the chaotic shooting, a City Council member said. Amtrak said 137 passengers and 11 crew members were safely evacuated from a train.
The gunman killed a man, two women and an infant who were found in two homes near Lakeland, Fla., the authorities said. A girl, 11, also was wounded.
The student union leaders, who were detained under the national security law, had expressed sympathy for a man who stabbed a police officer before killing himself.
Thomas Webster once was part of Mayor Bloomberg’s security detail. As he awaits trial, the retired cop is on the other side of the law.
Six teenagers were among those arrested in connection with a bomb plot. Some democracy activists say Beijing’s crackdown is fueling radical ideas.
The death of Lindani Myeni became a cause célèbre in South Africa, intensifying criticism there of racism in the United States and a feeling of solidarity with African Americans.
The police in Arvada, Colo., said a good Samaritan who fatally shot a gunman who had just killed a police officer was himself shot by responding officers.
Tong Ying-kit, who hit officers while riding a motorcycle with a protest flag, is accused of terrorism and inciting secession. He could be sentenced to life in prison.
As the pandemic eases, the park has attracted crowds of young people who regard it as a place to let loose. Residents say the scene is out of control.
In two separate hearings, the F.B.I. director and Pentagon officials answered questions about the failure to adequately prepare for and respond to the Jan. 6 attack.