DALLAS — At a memorial for slain police officers, President Barack Obama declared Tuesday that a week of deeply troubling violence has appeared to expose "the deepest fault lines of our democracy." But he insisted the nation is not as…
By Darlene Superville, Associated Press
On this edition for Sunday, July 10, Dallas residents try to move past the mass shooting attack on the city’s police force this week. Later, a breakdown of why U.S. presidential conventions rules matter so much. And, see how a…
By Elisabeth Ponsot
On this edition for Saturday, July 9, police in Dallas look at the motives of a sniper who shot and killed five officers during a protest, and the mayor shares his perspective on the tragedy. Later, President Obama meets with…
By PBS NewsHour
President Barack Obama on Saturday rejected the notion that this week's stunning violence is a signal that the U.S. has returned to some of the darkest days of its past.
By Kathleen Hennessey, Associated Press
By Stella M. Chávez, KERA
The suspect's cousin said he never heard his cousin talk about wanting to carry out an attack or wanting to harm someone.
By Kassia Halcli and Gretchen Frazee
Dallas police executed an unprecedented move Friday morning, when officers used a robot-delivered bomb to engage a suspect.
By Nsikan Akpan and Amanda Gomez
Snipers reportedly attacked officers near a Dallas protest against police shootings.
By PBS NewsHour
Violent weather has battered the South and Midwest in recent days, bringing the death toll from up to 45. On Saturday, at least nine tornadoes swept through the Dallas area, blasting neighborhoods with winds of about 200 miles an hour.
By News Desk
Cleanup and recovery efforts were underway in the suburbs of Dallas, Texas, on Sunday after tornadoes and powerful storms ripped through the region overnight, killing at least 11 people.
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