The gunman behind the attack that killed five police officers in Dallas did not have a "large stockpile" of materials to make a bomb in his home, two officials told the Associated Press Friday.
Cameron Sterling, the eldest son of Alton Sterling—the Baton Rouge, La., man who was fatally gunned down by police officers at a convenience store, sparking protests across the nation—is now speaking out about his father's death, saying that Alton Sterling was a "good dad."
Baton Rouge, La., police have arrested three individuals after discovering an alleged plot to use guns to shoot police during protests last weekend, Police Chief Carl Dabadie said at a press conference Tuesday, WWL-TV reports.
Speaking at a memorial for five police officers killed in the Dallas shooting, President Barack Obama called upon the nation to "reject [the] despair" that may be felt as a result of the recent bouts of violence seen across the country, and carve a way forward.
Players from the WNBA team the Minnesota Lynx are taking a stand against police brutality, choosing, as many others have done, to warm up in shirts making a political statement.
The parents of the now-deceased gunman responsible for a rampage in Dallas that killed five officers have broken their silence, detailing in an exclusive interview with The Blaze on Sunday how Micah Xavier Johnson's behavior changed after he was discharged from the U.S. Army in 2015.
The worst fear of Mark Hughes, the man who was wrongly identified as a shooting suspect in the Dallas rampage that left five officers dead, has come true.
The Dallas gunman who shot and killed five Dallas law-enforcement officers and injured several others taunted police during negotiations and seemed to have other plans, "possibly for a larger attack," Dallas Police Chief David Brown revealed in a Sunday Interview with CNN's State of the Union, the Washington Post…
The mayor of Dallas said Friday that he believed the gunman who attacked police Thursday night acted alone.
The mother of Alton Sterling's eldest son, Cameron, blasted the shooting of police officers in Dallas during protests against the officer-involved shootings of Sterling and Philando Castile, calling it "reprehensible," The Advocate reports.
Dallas Police Chief David Brown revealed Friday that one of the suspected gunmen allegedly behind the shooting deaths of five police officers said he "wanted to kill white people, especially white officers," the Washington Post reports.
Updated Friday, July 8, 5:55 a.m. EDT: President Barack Obama blasted the Dallas shooting as a "vicious, calculated and despicable attack on law enforcement."