Police officers who overlooked a Brooklyn grandmother's killing could possibly face discipline.
Myrtle McKenny was found dead in her apartment in Brooklyn, New York on Nov. 9. Initially, her doctor labeled the death natural -- a result of complications related to diabetes and hypertension.
Jennings' clothed body was transported to the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner in Baltimore to determine cause of death.
The death of a three-year-old found unresponsive on a swing in Maryland has been ruled a homicide, NBC Washington reports. Charles County Sheriff’s Office released…
A Pennsylvania police officer who shot an unarmed man she stopped over an expired inspection sticker was charged with criminal homicide on Tuesday, the Washington…
A New York medical examiner has concluded what many suspected after watching video of Eric Garner’s fatal police encounter: The Staten Island man died as the result…
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