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Latest: Sheriff IDs bailiffs killed in courthouse shooting

Two bailiffs killed in a shooting at a southwestern Michigan courthouse were longtime law enforcement officers who became court officers after retiring from their departments.

Cosby switching lawyers in civil cases around country

Bill Cosby is switching law firms to oversee civil lawsuits around the country that involve accusations he drugged and molested women.

Cops investigating mysterious initials scrawled by Dallas gunman

Police in Dallas are trying to piece together what happened in the deadly attack on police officers last week -- downloading and poring over 170 hours of video and trying to get to the bottom of initials "R.B." scrawled by suspected gunman Micah Johnson in two locations during his final hours, Dallas Police Chief David Brown said this morning.

UK’s Cameron says he will resign by Wednesday

Prime Minister David Cameron says he will step down on Wednesday, making way for Theresa May to succeed him as British leader.

Philando Castile’s girlfriend urges against protest violence

Diamond Reynolds, the girlfriend of police-shooting victim Philando Castile, urged against violence at protests in the aftermath of his death, which she streamed on Facebook Live using her cell phone during the fatal traffic stop in suburban St. Paul, Minnesota, on Wednesday evening.

Carter says US will send 560 more US troops to Iraq

Defense Secretary Ash Carter says the U.S. will send 560 more troops to Iraq.

Mom who shielded sons in Dallas advises America to ‘learn to love’

The woman who helped protect her four sons from bullets Thursday during an ambush-style shooting on police at a protest march in Dallas implored Americans to "learn to love" as they leave behind a tumultuous week.

Big endorsement coming for Clinton?

Hillary Clinton's campaign says that former Democratic rival Bernie Sanders will join her at a New Hampshire event on Tuesday where he plans to endorse her.

Pianist plays ‘Imagine’ at Dallas police headquarters

A globetrotting pianist joined those mourning in Dallas Sunday.

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