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Authorities say Ahmad Khan Rahami, 28, is the suspect in both blasts on Saturday.
The department said an officer shot and killed a 13-year-old who pulled a weapon—later determined to be a BB gun—from his waistband.
Police in Florida say at least two people are dead and 17 wounded. Three people are in custody in connection with the shooting.
Three officers are dead and three more are injured after a gunman opened fire Sunday morning.
More details are emerging about the man who carried out Sunday’s shooting rampage that killed 49 people.
Most public schools will be closed Monday after the teachers union raised concerns over the finances of Michigan’s largest school district.
Turkish officials have identified the attacker as a Syrian.
The agreement will call for, among other changes, a civilian to monitor police surveillance of religious groups.
The shooter’s mother and Mayor Jim Kenney point to other possible motives as details continue to emerge.
Wolfgang Albers has been provisionally suspended following outrage over his department’s handling of the sexual assaults of women on New Year’s Eve.
A grand jury has declined to charge two Cleveland police officers for their role in the shooting.
The jury said it could not reach an agreement on any of the four charges against officer William Porter.
At least 14 people have been killed and 17 wounded.
The Islamic State has claimed responsibility for the coordinated attacks that killed at least 129 people. French President Francois Hollande has vowed a “merciless” response.
A reporter and a cameraman for CBS affiliate WDBJ in Roanoke were killed. The gunman, who the station said was a former employee, shot himself hours later.
Police used tear gas to disperse a crowd protesting the killing by officers of an 18-year-old black man.
Local news reports say at least 19 people are dead and dozens injured.
The death toll in Wednesday’s blasts in the port of Tianjin has risen to 50. More than 700 people were injured.