Fort Worth police officers gathered to pray before joining rescue teams in Houston, and the powerful photo soon went viral.
Officer Quincy Smith said he did not think he would "make it out of the road" the day he was shot three times at point blank range.
A Georgia police officer went above and beyond the call of duty and worked part-time jobs as well as his normal police hours to pay for school supplies and haircuts for kids who might not have been able to afford them otherwise.
Jesse Watters hit the streets to ask young people what they know 22 years later about the man at the center of the trial of the century, O.J Simpson.
Lawrence Jones remarked that many protesters of police brutality do not follow up and vote for change.
A mural honoring the Dallas Police Department one year after five police officers were shot and murdered about a mile away violates the city's code, City Hall told the owner.
Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens (R) last week signed into law the so-called "Blue Alert" bill, which creates a system similar to Amber Alerts that let law enforcement agencies and the public know when an officer has been assaulted.
A Connecticut sociology professor labeled white people "inhuman a**holes" and endorsed the idea that first responders should have let House Majority Whip Steve Scalise (R-La.) and others die on a Virginia ballfield because of their race, Campus Reform reported.
NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick compared police officers to fugitive slave patrolmen after a Minnesota officer was acquitted in the shooting death of a black motorist.
Tom Fitton said he hopes the nation's next FBI director will reform the bureau from within, not go along with Washington's business as usual.
Former FBI Assistant Director James Kallstrom said ISIS has "absolutely no conscience" about attacking the vulnerable.
At an event commemorating law enforcement officers - including those who have given their lives in the line of duty - President Trump praised their service and called them "American heroes."