The burial of Atatiana Jefferson, who was fatally shot by a Fort Worth police officer, has been delayed after her father was granted a temporary restraining order, according to court records.
The tweet is blunt: "Dear neighbors (and I mean this in the most sincere way) please don't ever, EVER call the police to do a welfare check on me. PERIOD."
Sacramento Kings forward Harrison Barnes and his wife, Brittany, are paying most costs for the funeral of Atatiana Jefferson. Philadelphia Eagles defensive tackle Malik Jackson has committed to paying for the rest, the Jefferson family's attorney told the Dallas Morning News.
On Saturday, October 12, shortly after two in the morning, an alert neighbor in Fort Worth, Texas, did the right thing, the kind of thing that in general makes neighborhoods safer. Seeing that a nearby door was open at this odd hour, he called a non-emergency police number for a "safety check." He later told…
Fort Worth, Texas, residents can be heard chanting 'we don't feel safe' during a city council meeting after a former police officer was charged with murder in the killing of Atatiana Jefferson.
When Atatiana Jefferson's neighbor called police, he says he expected them to go check to see if she was OK.
Former Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton said Thursday the Russians are currently "grooming" a Democrat running in the presidential primary to run as a third-party candidate and champion their interests.
Career diplomat George Kent told congressional investigators in his closed-door testimony this week that Rudy Giuliani asked the State Department and the White House to grant a visa to the former Ukrainian official who Joe Biden had pushed to have removed when he was vice president, according to four people familiar with Kent's testimony.
Sen. Bernie Sanders returns to the campaign trail Saturday in New York City for a rally with Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, who will deliver to him one of the most sought-after endorsements in progressive politics.
CNN's Anderson Cooper points out the flaws in White House press secretary Stephanie Grisham's account of Mick Mulvaney's quid pro quo statements that Grisham went on "Fox & Friends" to defend.
A rare press briefing from a Trump administration official yielded an especially telling line about the Trump presidency: "Get over it."
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi makes a finger-wagging "meltdown" photo her own. CNN's Jeanne Moos reports the internet swoons.
An investigation by the State Department released on Friday said there was no "persuasive evidence" of widespread mishandling of classified information in the controversy surrounding Hillary Clinton's use of a private email server while she was secretary of state.
With a single stroke, President Donald Trump has effectively brought a newly resurgent and potent triad—Syria, Russia and Iran—to the very doorstep of their declared enemy, Israel, and given aid and comfort to Israel's longtime and persistent foe, Hezbollah, in Lebanon.
In 2017, 18-year-old Obdulia Sanchez livestreamed a video as she was driving drunk during a crash that killed her younger sister. She was convicted of vehicular manslaughter and served less than two years in prison. She was released last month.
Power outages to prevent fires in Northern California may continue for a decade, the state's biggest utility said Friday.
North Korea has blocked windows in several high-rise buildings in Pyongyang in what experts believe is an attempt to crack down on spying. CNN's Brian Todd reports.
Chicago Police Superintendent Eddie Johnson had "a couple of drinks with dinner" before he was found asleep on his car, the mayor says.
Mitch McConnell published a scathing op-ed in the Washington Post criticizing President Donald Trump's decision to pull troops from Syria, however, he didn't use Trump's name in the article.