American Sorry For Accusing Pro Basketball Players Of TheftAmerican Airlines has apologized to two black professional basketball players who were kicked off a plane in Dallas after a flight attendant accused them of stealing blankets.
Fire Alarm Disrupts Holiday Travel At Dallas AirportA fire alarm at a Dallas airport forced thousands of holiday travelers to leave their gates and gather at security checkpoints, but most flights were not delayed by the disruption.
Live Instagram Video Leads Police To Suspect In KillingA teenager suspected of a killing who was named one of Texas' 10 Most Wanted fugitives was caught in Los Angeles on Tuesday after posting a live video on social media, police said.
Statue Of Gen. Robert E. Lee Removed From Dallas ParkCrews arranged by Dallas officials removed a statue of Robert E. Lee from a pedestal Thursday and carted it away from a park named for the Confederate general.
Maryland Volunteers Head To Flood-Ravaged Texas; Churches Collecting DonationsMembers of the Americorps Atlantic Region from Maryland headed to flood-ravaged Texas to help those in need in Houston.
Frederick Police Union Event Supports Law EnforcementThe union representing Frederick police officers is holding a rally to support law enforcement.
Police Reassessing Officer Safety In Wake Of Dallas AmbushPolice agencies across the nation are reassessing officer safety in the wake of the ambush in Dallas.
Dallas Police Face Questions After Robot Blows Up Suspect Accused Of Killing CopsDallas police are facing questions over the way they took out the suspect in Thursday's ambush. Police sent a robot armed with explosives to kill the gunman.
On Dallas Trip, Obama Will Try to Make Sense of ShootingsFor President Barack Obama, the decision to return early from an overseas trip after a series of shocking shootings will prove to be easy compared to his next challenge: Comforting an America rattled by the violence.
Dallas Sniper Victims Included Fathers, Volunteers, VeteranThe five officers killed in Thursday's sniper attack in Dallas are being remembered for their character and service to others.
Police Agencies On Edge, On Guard Amid Heightened ThreatsPolice agencies across the U.S. are on edge and on guard after receiving threats and calls for violence against them on social media in the aftermath of the killings of two black men and the sniper attack that left five officers dead in Dallas.
'Cops Cop,' Newlywed, Veteran Among Dallas Sniper VictimsOne slain officer was a newlywed. Another had survived multiple tours in Iraq, only to be killed back home in the U.S. A protester who doesn't normally march was shot trying to shield her sons.

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