Losing Global Entry is easier than you think. Here are 4 common mistakes travelers make.

The U.S. Customs and Border Protection agency released a list of reasons why Global Entry membership was revoked.

Ohio police officer Zach Rosen, who beat up a suspect on video, just got his job back

The city's mayor said he disagrees with the arbitrator's decision.

16 recent police brutality cases that show how often officers aren’t held accountable

Officers Howie Lake and Blane Salomoni will not face criminal charges for the fatal shooting of Alton Sterling.

Trump is offering military weapons and armored vehicles to police. That’s what was used in Ferguson.

“Inviting the use of military weaponry against our domestic population is nothing short of recasting the public as an enemy.”

NYPD fatally shot Dwayne Jeune, again raising questions about training officers on mental illness

Dwayne Jeune's shooting death is at least the second time in less than a year that New York City officers have killed someone with a known mental health issue.

Before you call the police, ask yourself: Could this get someone killed?

Your problems are best solved without inviting people with guns.

Video shows Georgia police officer beating homeless black woman during her arrest in June

The officer was initially cleared of wrongdoing, even after admitting that he struck the woman in the head.
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Baton Rouge police officer sues Black Lives Matter leadership for shooting injury

The officer is suing Black Lives Matter, claiming it incited violence against police.
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Miosotis Familia was the 24th cop shot and killed in the line of duty in 2017

Officer deaths in the line of duty are notably higher this year than they were in 2016.

Seattle student fatally shot by police and 9 other stories you need to know this week

A roundup of news you might have missed this week, from Ray Tensing's mistrial to the fatal shooting of a 20-year-old student in Seattle.

Financial aid FAFSA deadline: Today's your last chance for almost $10K off 2016-2017 college tuition

You still have a few hours to score up to $10,000 toward college costs from the 2016-2017 academic year.

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'Hot Mic' podcast: Sterling family lawsuit, Low approval for GOP health care, Trump hotel sued

The important stories to get you caught up for Thursday.
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When cops kill, paying their victims' families can be a cold, calculating process, attorneys say

Black lives are often seen as having less monetary value in the eyes of the law.

Alton Sterling’s children sue Baton Rouge over shooting, alleging racism and excessive force

The Sterling family alleges that police officers sent racist text messages about people who protested the black man's shooting death.

10 things you might have recently missed in the movement for social justice

From Charleena Lyles and Nabra Hassanen to acquittals and vigils, the last few days haven't been easy to keep up with.
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Police officer critically injured in incident at Michigan airport

Bishop International Airport in Flint was evacuated Wednesday morning.

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Protests erupt in Tulsa after police shoot and kill mentally ill black man

According to 'Tulsa World,' police were serving a civil "pickup order" for Barre at his home after a judge ordered a mental health evaluation.

Video shows Jersey City police kicking injured bystander after fiery car crash

No police officers have been suspended for the incident.

A female Muslim student was called a "fucking terrorist" by her classmate. Then, she was suspended.

A police officer also allegedly used excessive force on the student.

Jurors often want to convict police of violent crimes. These Supreme Court rulings stand in the way.

Two Supreme Court rulings from the 1980s have made lethal uses of force by police incredibly hard to punish in court.

George Takei has the perfect response to racist and sexist 'Star Trek: Discovery' comments

The original Sulu shut down racist trolls with wit and panache

Dallas school police officer slammed a 6th-grader to the ground, fractured her clavicle

The unnamed officer was placed on administrative leave.

Officer from department that killed Jordan Edwards used a stun gun on handcuffed black man

Damning new information continues to emerge about the Balch Springs Police Department.
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Department of Homeland Security investigating sexual abuse allegations at Newark airport

"I was very afraid for my life," one officer said.

From Jordan Edwards to Alton Sterling, what will it take for justice to be served?

Alton Sterling's family didn't get justice. We can only hope Jordan Edwards' family won't wait in vain.

Jordan Edwards Shooting: Roy Oliver, officer who fatally shot 15-year-old, is fired

Charges could still be filed against the officer.

Michael Slager pleads guilty in Walter Scott shooting, avoiding federal civil rights trial

The former South Carolina police officer may still face a murder charge at the state level.

Jordan Edwards, 15-year-old honor roll student, killed in shooting by Texas police

Texas police were responding to a call of drunk teens, not a car full of teens, an official said.

'Overwatch' Officer D.Va and Oni Genji: How to get the new skins on PS4 and Xbox One

Don't let Officer D.Va catch you in a fashion crime: Here's how to get those new skins on console.