We touched on the recent removal of the police chief, racist text messages, and Donald Trump.
Supporters of new pro-cop laws say police are an "oppressed minority," but critics fear the already toxic relationship between law enforcement and people of color will just get worse.
Most of just lose our dignity after going too hard. Not this guy.
"I truly did not expect anything like this to happen when I went to school," says the girl.
While America watched as riots tore Los Angeles apart, a nine-year-old Nathan Silver inadvertently reinterpreted the country's turmoil into his first film during his birthday party.
One of the cops who cuffed the 25-year-old in April 2015 is going toe-to-toe with a judge.
Many cops are taught that some people lose it, gain superhuman strength, and die. But is the condition real?
It's the second nonfatal police shooting in what has been a very weird week for the city.
Police shootings are big business for the attorneys who win wrongful death payouts.
Apr 27, 2016
Gang members are suspected of having a hand in at least eight murders—as well as terrorizing people with the threat of random violence.
Busting poor minorities for drugs made me feel awful.
Peter Liang, who became notorious as a rookie cop who accidentally shot and killed a man two years ago, got probation and community service despite protests from Black Lives Matter activists.
From being used as target practice to enduring physical and verbal abuse to an utter lack of accountability, it's what locals have been saying all along.
A union official says the new policy "will get officers killed, plain and simple."
Apr 12, 2016
Dressing up like burritos didn't work out very well.
The city's police force is already under intense federal scrutiny over excessive use-of-force, and now Donald Trump is coming to town.
If you're employed by Bossier City, you can now legally drive on the job (up to a point).
How a Florida newlywed who allegedly plotted to have her husband killed on an episode of COPS is fighting her case.
A former officer for the NYPD breaks down the class-action lawsuit led by minority cops against the largest police force in America.
Civil rights groups want to know: Are you reading our texts or nah?
Anger at police brutality usually revolves around the shooting of unarmed people, but cops don't have to physically harm—or even arrest—to do lasting damage.
Surprisingly, a recent crackdown is not enough for some locals who think officials are holding back because they don't want cleanup efforts to look like racism.
The aftermath of a nasty scene at a Detroit public high school raises fresh doubts about whether cops should be disciplining students.