Jazmine Headley sued the city after police officers yanked her toddler from her arms at a Brooklyn benefits office.
Houston Police Chief Art Acevedo tore into Republican lawmakers for refusing to back tougher gun control in the wake of the shooting death of one of his officers.
The footage was reportedly discovered during a random review of officers' recorded conduct.
During a recent speech, Attorney General William Barr cautioned those who speak out against law enforcement by saying that one day, they may not have police protections.
The remarks are the latest example of the U.S. attorney general's “tough on crime” approach that President Donald Trump has adopted.
Mayor Lori Lightfoot said police Superintendent Eddie Johnson engaged in "actions that are intolerable for any leader.”
Rosie Phillips says she found her nonverbal son dazed and with Taser prongs still in his body. A HuffPost investigation shows that kids are getting Tasered at school around the country.
The scare around the manifesto is the latest in a string of racist incidents at the school. University officials said Tuesday that campus security would be ramped up.
After a years-long legal tussle over the property, Austrian officials said they'll be inviting architects to submit plans for the building's redesign.
A constable in suburban Indianapolis was fired after footage of him harassing two Black customers at a department store went viral.
Contrary to popular belief, it's not the day retailers are "in the black."
Liliana Segre, 89, who was sent to Auschwitz when she was 13, has said she receives about 200 anti-Semitic threats a day on social media.
The top cop, who served more than 30 years with the force, faced criticism after being found passed out in his car at a stop sign last month.
He faced backlash from the city’s largest police union over his decision to fire the officer who killed Eric Garner.
St. Louis County’s police chief is now facing calls to resign after the jury's award to Sgt. Keith Wildhaber in his discrimination suit.
President Donald Trump keeps boasting about a cop who claimed he could fix Chicago’s crime problem in a day. Chicago Police Superintendent Eddie Johnson says that person doesn’t exist.
“This is a hate-filled human being, but unfortunately one who possesses really alarming numbers of weapons,” said the city attorney.
And other behind-the-scenes secrets from cop Simon Drobik, who also stars in the "Breaking Bad" sequel.
The former Georgia police officer was found guilty of aggravated assault and violating his oath of office.
Atatiana Jefferson, 28, was standing near a bedroom window when the white Fort Worth police officer opened fire from outside.