A Charlotte, North Carolina, city councilwoman is receiving backlash after she compared police officers to terrorists on social media.
After Charlotte-Mecklenburg District Attorney Andrew Murray decided not to charge a police officer in the shooting of an African-American man, protesters took to the streets in Charlotte.
In the wake of the police-involved shooting of Keith L. Scott in Charlotte, N.C., Republican vice presidential candidate Mike Pence called on the American electorate to “step away” from efforts by Democrat Hillary Clinton and others “to paint law enforcement in this country with the broad brush of racial bias.”
Regarding the police-involved shooting of Keith L. Scott in Charlotte, N.C., Bill O’Reilly warned that observers of the incident and its aftermath should “let the investigation play out before you form a judgement.”
A North Carolina mother shared two touching photos on Facebook after her little boy decided to send some love to Charlotte police officers this week.
Judge Andrew Napolitano says that the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department is making a "very, very ill-advised" decision by not releasing dash cam and body cam videos of the fatal police shooting of Keith Scott.
African-Americans face a greater threat from black-on-black crime than they do from law enforcement, Sheriff David Clarke said on "America's Newsroom" today.
Newt Gingrich says that the mainstream media's coverage of the unrest in Charlotte just adds fuel to the fire.
Baltimore Ravens tight end Benjamin Watson said on "The Kelly File" tonight that the police shootings of black men in Tulsa and Charlotte give us an opportunity to openly discuss the issue of policing and race in America.
Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Chief Kerr Putney told Megyn Kelly tonight that dash cam and body cam videos of the police shooting of Keith Lamont Scott back up officers' claims that Scott did not comply with commands or drop the handgun he allegedly was holding.
Americans have a right to protest, but the violent riots that have broken out in Charlotte in recent days are simply unacceptable, Bill O'Reilly said in his Talking Points Memo tonight.
This afternoon, the family of a black man who was shot and killed by a Charlotte police officer viewed police dashboard and body cam videos of the incident.