The high-profile case of Cleveland officer Michael Brelo has received national attention amid increased scrutiny of lethal force used by police.
Women are fast entering the nascent marijuana industry, long dominated by men. Some call it a social movement, "like suffrage or civil rights."
Violence between gang members and police has claimed more than 400 lives this month alone.
The apparent legalization of same-sex marriage would be a historic move by traditionally Catholic Ireland, where homosexuality was illegal until two decades ago.
The recently released Apple Photos may be fine, but iPhone users might want to try different photo-management tools.
Winning control of Ramadi, just 70 miles west of Baghdad, last weekend was a major victory for the Islamic State group in Iraq.
Diplomats reported progress in the fourth round of talks between the two countries since the announcement that they would seek to restore relations.
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