Yielding to Pressure, Charlotte Releases Videos of Keith Scott Shooting
City officials released dashboard and body camera recordings in the fatal police shooting after they were pressed by politicians, community leaders and protesters.
Video by Wife of Keith Scott Shows Her Pleas to Police
The video does not include a view of the shooting itself. Nor does it answer the crucial question of whether Mr. Scott was brandishing a gun, as police have maintained.
Police Footage of Charlotte Shooting
Footage from Charlotte police cameras that captured the moments when Keith Lamont Scott was shot.
Rarity of Tulsa Shooting: Female Officers Are Almost Never Involved
Police officers kill about 1,000 people each year, according to data collected by the federal government. Only a handful of those shootings are by female officers.
Liberty and Mercury Players Join Anthem Protest Before Playoff Game
At Madison Square Garden, some players on the Liberty and the Phoenix Mercury joined the movement ignited by the San Francisco 49ersâ Colin Kaepernick.
Clinton-Trump Debate Expected to Be Rare Draw in a Polarized Age
The total audience, network executives and political strategists say, could be as high as 100 million viewers â Super Bowl territory.
Donald Trumpâs Potential Guest at Debate: Gennifer Flowers
Mr. Trump threatened to invite Ms. Flowers, who had a sexual relationship with Bill Clinton, and she wrote in a text message that she would attend the debate.
2008 Crisis Deepened the Ties Between Clintons and Goldman Sachs
One of the countryâs most powerful financial firms and one of its most famous political families have a long-running and mutually beneficial relationship.
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Journey From Class Clown to Suspect in Chelsea Bombing
Ahmad Rahamiâs life seemed stuck. Then he found jihad on the internet and fell under the sway of a radical cleric in Pakistan.
Big City: They Found Bombs on a Beer Run. What Gratitude Are They Owed?
Almost as soon as Ahmad Khan Rahami was taken into custody, an online campaign for two Elizabeth, N.J., men was started as a show of thanks. A backlash developed just as quickly.
Public Defender Says Prosecutor Denied Him Access to Ahmad Rahami
In a court filing, Peter A. Liguori, a state public defender, said a prosecutor would not give him permission to meet with Mr. Rahami, who is accused of carrying out bombings in New Jersey and New York.
Opinion: Evolution Is Happening Faster Than We Thought
In the extremity of the urban environment, natural selection is transforming species in unexpected ways.
Man, 20, in Custody After Fatal Shooting of 5 People at Mall Outside Seattle
The police said they suspected Arcan Cetin of Oak Harbor, Wash., in the killing of four women and a man at the Cascade Mall in Burlington, north of Seattle.
Obama Says African-American Museum Will Tell of âSuffering and Delightâ
Mr. Obama, dedicating the museum on Saturday, said that the story of black Americans is the story of the nationâs essential greatness.
Obama Speaks at African-American Museum
President Obama, appearing on Saturday at the opening of the National Museum of African American History and Culture, alluded to Black Lives Matter protests as part of the strength of America.
Rural Indian Girls Chase Big-City Dreams
Experiments like one in Bangalore, luring migrants to fill factory jobs, collide with an old way of life that keeps women and girls in seclusion until an arranged marriage.
Chinese Jews of Ancient Lineage Huddle Under Pressure
A campaign against unapproved religion and foreign influence has turned to a small group of Jews with ancestors who settled in Kaifeng more than 1,000 years ago.
Sinosphere: Jewish and Chinese: Explaining a Shared Identity
Moshe Bernstein, a researcher based in Western Australia, discusses the revival of an ancient Jewish community facing a government clampdown.
Sufi Sect of Islam Draws âSpiritual Vagabondsâ in New York
Americans joining the mystical branch of the religion see their faith as peaceful and worry about rising anti-Muslim sentiments.
Jeremy Corbyn Is Re-elected as Leader of Britainâs Labour Party
The 67-year-old hard-left politician beat back a challenge by members of Parliament with increased support from the partyâs rank and file.
Stanley Dural Jr., Founder of Buckwheat Zydeco, Dies at 68
Founded in 1979, Buckwheat Zydeco mixed Louisiana Creole traditions with R&B and rock to become one of the worldâs great party bands.
Bill Nunn, Who Played Radio Raheem in âDo the Right Thing,â Dies at 63
Mr. Nunn starred in several movies by the director Spike Lee, but he made his greatest mark in the 1989 role as Radio Raheem.
F.Y.I.: Health Grades for New York Restaurants: Why No Fâs?
A look inside the cityâs rating system for its 24,000 dining establishments.
Snapshot: Geena Davis Talks About âThe Exorcistâ and Women Onscreen
Ms. Davis is playing Angela Rance, a Chicago hotel manager, wife and mother, in Foxâs retooling of the 1973 horror classic.
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