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Video: Chicago Police Say Shootings Killed 19, Wounded 101 in First 10 Days of 2016

January 14, 2016
Seven people were shot to death and 30 more were wounded across Chicago over the weekend, raising the number of shootings in the city to more than 100 in just over a week into the new year, according to police.
<p>A surveillance camera captured video of Officer Jesse Hartnett being ambushed at a Philadelphia intersection. (Photo: KYW-TV screen shot)</p>

FBI Treating Philly Officer's Shooting as Terror Attack

January 14, 2016
Police say Yeadon resident Edward Archer told them he was acting in the name of Islam when he opened fire on Officer Jesse Hartnett's marked cruiser on Jan. 7 at a Philadelphia intersection. The officer was wounded.

Utah Police Shooting Justified, Prosecutor Says

January 12, 2016
A follow-up investigation involving a newly released video that raised questions about a fatal police shooting has again determined that the officer was justified in opening fire, the Salt Lake County district attorney said Tuesday.

Video: Suspect in Boston Officer Shooting Held on $1.5 Million Bail

January 12, 2016
The man charged with shooting a Boston drug unit officer bellowed, "Boston police officers tried to assassinate me!" from behind a partially closed door this morning as a Dorchester District Court judge ordered him held on $1.5 million bail.

Video: Woman Dead, Suspect Hospitalized, Officer Released After OIS

January 12, 2016
A woman is dead, and the man she lived with is in the hospital. This, after an officer-involved shooting in Wauwatosa, WI, on Monday night.

Human Traffickers Found to Exploit U.S. Visas and Data-Sharing Failures

January 12, 2016
Human traffickers used fiancé and work visas to bring dozens of victims to the United States, exploiting a lack of data sharing between immigration offices within the Department of Homeland Security, according to the agency's internal watchdog.

Pennsylvania Constable Serving Eviction Order Kills 12-Year-Old

January 12, 2016
A constable serving an eviction order at a central Pennsylvania apartment fired at an armed tenant but the bullet passed through the man's arm and fatally struck his 12-year-old daughter, authorities said.

Supreme Court Strikes Down Florida Death Sentence Process

January 12, 2016
Florida's death penalty sentencing process violates the constitutional rights of criminal defendants by granting judges powers that juries should wield, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled on Tuesday.
<p>Officer Jesse Hartnett (Photo: Philadelphia Police)</p>

Police Investigating If Philly Officer's Shooter Worked With Others

January 12, 2016
Federal and local authorities are continuing to investigate a tipster's claim that Edward Archer, the man charged in the shooting of Philadelphia Police Officer Jesse Hartnett, was part of a small group of men with radical beliefs.

Appeal in Baltimore Officer's Murder Trial to be Heard in March

January 12, 2016
A Maryland appeals court on Tuesday set March 4 for arguments over whether a Baltimore police officer charged in the death of a black detainee must testify against a colleague accused of murder in the same case.
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