NEWS

NYPD shooter had 'very strong bias' against police

Internet postings appear to show Brinsley wanted revenge for the deaths of Brown and Garner.
     
 
 

Florida police officer shot dead; suspect in custody

Officer was shot and killed early Sunday in Tarpon Springs, Fla. A suspect is in custody.
     
 
 

Obama: We're not at cyber war with North Korea

President calls the Sony hack 'an act of cyber vandalism.'
     
 
 

2 NYPD officers killed in ambush-style shooting

The suspect fled to a nearby subway station, where he apparently committed suicide.
     
 
 

S.D. county may screen defendants who seek free lawyer

Minnehaha County may ask accused to prove that can't afford legal counsel.
     
 
 

Massive holiday storm poised to disrupt travel

As a record-number of people hit the road for the holidays, a large storm system is poised to disrupt travel.
     
 
 

Hoarder receives hope for the holidays

Gary Jackson, a man often compared to Santa, faced eviction until Legal Aid Society helped.
     
 
 

Most uplifting stories of the week

A sweet use for new technology and a generous holiday helper among this week's stories.
     
 
 

Winter health woes: How to protect your body and mind

It's the season of heart attacks, flu, sore joints, dry skin and recurring depression.
     
 
 

State Department issues worldwide travel alert

The alert is in response to a lone wolf attack in Australia earlier this week.
     
 
 

Interactive map said to show deaths by law enforcement

The map is created from law enforcement data stretching from 2000 to 2014.
     
 
 

Australian woman charged with murder of 8 children

Mersane Warria, 37, was charged with eight counts of murder in a bedside hearing at a hospital.
     
 
 

NYC mourns officers as rift widens between union, mayor

Two police officers were shot execution-style in their patrol car in Brooklyn.
     
 
 

Obama condemns killings of NYPD officers

President urges American to 'reject violence' and engage in 'patient dialogue.'