Trump: Protests Against Police Violence 'Might Be Just The Beginning For This Summer'Trump is predicting that protests against police violence that followed last week's slaying of five police officers in Dallas "might be just the beginning for this summer."
Hundreds In New York City Protesting For Fourth Straight Day Fatal Police Shootings Of Black MenDemonstrators protesting against the shootings of black men by police officers are using silence to make their point.
Obama Defends Black Lives Matter MovementPresident Barack Obama called Sunday for greater tolerance, respect and understanding from police officers toward the people they take an oath to protect as well as from individuals who think the police are too heavy handed and intolerant, particularly toward people of color.
Nationwide Protests Held To Decry Police BrutalityPolice departments across the country continue to mourn the five officers killed in a deadly shooting in Dallas Thursday, as protesters across the country marched against police brutality Friday night.
Heightened Security In Dallas Following New Threat Against Law EnforcementAt least two Dallas Police Department buildings were blocked off Saturday evening, with numerous police vehicles and armed officers outside.
Local Protests Continue Following Dallas Police ShootingsProtests resumed in New York Friday evening, after the deaths of two black men at the hands of police in Minnesota and Louisiana.
Family Of Alton Sterling, Baton Rouge Man Killed By Police, Denounces Dallas Police ShootingsThe mother of the son of a man killed by Louisiana police on Friday denounced the killings of five police officers in Dallas during a protest over police shootings, including the one in which Alton Sterling died in Baton Rouge.
GoFundMe For Alton Sterling's Children Surpasses $610,000 In 2 DaysThe fund now has more than 20,000 contributors and counting. The overall goal was to raise $200,000 for the family.
Jay Z Responds To Police Violence With New Song 'Spiritual'Jay Z has released an emotional new song in response to this week's fatal police shootings of two black men in Minnesota and Louisiana.
Beyonce To Police: 'Stop Killing Us'Beyonce has a message for police: “Stop killing us.”
Obama: Fatal Police Shootings Of Black Men 'Not Isolated Incidents,' Shows US Has A 'Serious Problem'The fatal police shootings of two black men in Louisiana and Minnesota show the U.S. has a "serious problem," President Barack Obama said Thursday.