The family of Valentina Orellana-Peralta, a young teenage girl killed last week after the LAPD shot recklessly at a suspect in a department store and struck her while she was trying on a dress, will be legally represented by civil rights attorney Ben Crump.

The family of Anthony Harden, a Black man 'murdered" by Fall River police this week, has more questions than answers after few details were being disclosed following the Massachusetts shooting that's only being attributed to an unspecified "altercation."

Antwan Gilmore was asleep in his car when he was approached by Washington D.C. police officers and shot to death in another egregious example of cops shooting first and asking questions last.

Capitol Police Lt. Michael Byrd speaks out for the first time about shooting Ashli Babbitt during the riot at the US Capitol on Jan 6.

North Carolina state's autopsy report for Andrew Brown Jr.'s police killing in Elizabeth City not only contradicts a "false" narrative by law enforcement but also supports claims from his family that he was "executed," lawyers say.

A Kentucky district attorney found that the police and national guardsman shooting death of David McAtee, a legally armed Black man, was justified and will not result in any criminal charges.

Garrett Rolfe, who was fired for killing Rayshard Brooks, was reinstated as an officer with the Atlanta Police Department after an independent panel determined that he was denied certain rights during the appeal process to get his job back.

Police in Mesquite, Texas, shot and killed Ashton Pinke while responding to a 911 call reportedly intended to seek a mental health wellness check, according to the lawyer representing his family.

Lingering unanswered questions surrounding the high-profile police shooting Andrew Brown Jr. was looming large ahead of his funeral in Elizabeth City, North Carolina.

Autopsy results for Andrew Brown Jr. found police shot him five times, including "a kill shot to the back of the head" in Elizabeth City, North Carolina.

The fatal police shooting of Andrew Brown Jr. is exposing just how many ways there are to add insult to literal injury.

Lawyers representing the family of Andrew Brown Jr., a Black man who was shot and killed by Elizabeth City police in North Carolina, said cops were "trying to hide the video" footage from the shooting.