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Charlotte police to release shooting video

Charlotte Police Chief Kerr Putney. (AP) The department will provide bodycam and dashboard footage of Keith Scott's shooting.

Charlotte police release video of fatal shooting

A protester holds up a sign during a march through the streets to protest the police shooting of Keith Scott in Charlotte, North Carolina The department provides bodycam and dashboard footage of Keith Scott's shooting.

Deadly shooting at Washington state mall

Police in US state of Washington are hunting a suspect described as a "Hispanic male wearing grey" after five people were shot dead at a shopping mall in Burlington A gunman remains at large after four women and a man were fatally shot at a shopping mall north of Seattle.

New York Times endorses Hillary Clinton

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton at a campaign stop at the Frontline Outreach Center in Orlando, Fla. (AP) The Times calls Trump "the worst nominee put forward by a major party in modern American history."

Wash. police seek help ID'ing mall shooter

Washington police ask for help ID'ing mall shooter. (Image courtesy of Mount Vernon Police Department) Authorities release images of a suspect in the deaths of four women and one man Friday night.

How N.Y. bombing shows FBI challenges

Ahmad Khan Rahami (WABC-NY) Although flagged by officials, it's unclear whether Ahmad Khan Rahami should have stayed on the FBI's radar.

Police hunt for mall gunman who killed 5

City 'changed forever' as authorities hunt mall gunman The FBI is assisting local authorities in the search for a man who opened fire in a Washington state mall on Friday night.

For black community, Charlotte is fake Oz

Marchers protest the fatal police shooting of Keith Lamont Scott in Charlotte, N.C. (AP) To protesters in downtown Charlotte, N.C., home is a world away from glimmering skyscrapers.

Trump employs unconventional debate prep

Donald Trump (AP) Experts think Donald Trump is putting himself at a disadvantage by skipping full-length mock debates.

Apocalyptic scene as Aleppo is bombarded

The husk of an ambulance sits in rubble in Aleppo, Syria. (AP) The rebel-held Syrian city is reduced to rubble under bombardment from government and Russian forces.

Family mourns Ohio teen shot by police

Demonstrator Ciara Humphrey, right, holds a sign during a rally for Tyre King, the 13-year-old Ohio boy who was fatally shot by police, Monday, Sept. 19, 2016, outside City Hall in Columbus. (AP) The friends and family of Tyre King gathered at the First Church of God in Columbus on Saturday.

Insights from Trump's original apprentice

Louise Sunshine, a real estate developer who worked for Donald Trump for 15 years. (Getty Images) Louise Sunshine's time with Trump, which ended in a messy departure, showed a distinct pattern.

Best debate moments of Clinton and Trump

Top-10 debate moments from Clinton and Trump. (John Locher/AP) She handled a crisp jab from then-candidate Barack Obama; he took on Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz simultaneously.

4 dead in Washington state mall shooting

Police: Lone gunman kills 4 females at Washington state mall A gunman remains at large after four women were fatally shot at a shopping mall about 65 miles north of Seattle.

4 dead in Washington state mall shooting

Law enforcement investigate a deadly shooting in the Macy's store at the Cascade Mall in Burlington, Wash., Friday, Sept. 23, 2016. A gunman opened fire in the crowded mall north of Seattle, killing several people and critically wounding another before fleeing Friday night, authorities said. Washington State Patrol spokesman Sgt. Mark Francis said police were searching for a Hispanic man wearing black and armed with a rifle who was last seen walking toward Interstate 5. (AP Photo/Stephen Brashear) A gunman remains at large after four women were fatally shot at a shopping mall about 65 miles north of Seattle.

Video shows deadly Charlotte shooting

New video shows deadly Charlotte encounter (Time) The wife of Keith Lamont Scott can be heard repeatedly telling officers her husband is not armed and pleading with them not to shoot.

Rahami's father says son had 'become bad'

FILE - This September 2016 file photo provided by Union County Prosecutor's Office shows Ahmad Khan Rahami, who is in custody as a suspect in the weekend bombings in New York and New Jersey. Rahami worked as an unarmed night guard for two months in 2011 at an AP administrative technology office in Cranbury, N.J. At the time, he was employed by Summit Security, a private contractor. Rahami remained hospitalized Tuesday, Sept. 20, 2016, after a shootout the day before with police in New Jersey. (Union County Prosecutor's Office via AP, File) The father of Ahmad Khan Rahami says his son's personality changed after a trip a few years ago.

Clinton aide received immunity from FBI

FILE -In this Sept. 3, 2015, file photo, Cheryl Mills speaks to reporters on Capitol Hill in Washington. A court deposition released by a conservative legal group shows that Mills, a veteran aide to Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton discussed Clinton's private email server with a technical aide who helped set up and run the system. Mills said in five hours of testimony that the conversations took place after Clinton stepped down as secretary of state in 2013. (AP Photo/Susan Walsh, File) Cheryl Mills was granted a deal in exchange for her cooperation in the private-email-server case, a GOP congressman says.

‘This is a test for us in our community’

Muslims in Elizabeth, N.J., hold their largest gathering since resident Ahmad Rahami was arrested in connection to the bombings. (AP) Muslims in Elizabeth, N.J., hold their largest gathering since resident Ahmad Rahami was arrested in connection to the bombings.

Ted Cruz backs Trump after bitter primary

Ted Cruz (AP) The Texas senator has announced his support for the Republican nominee, dropping his long-time opposition.

Obama vetoes 9/11 lawsuit bill, triggers fight

President Obama (Carolyn Kaster/AP) The president's rejection of the popular but controversial legislation sets up what is likely to be a successful vote to override his veto.

Chelsea Manning sentenced to solitary

Chelsea Manning (Reuters) The U.S. soldier, who is serving 35 years in prison for passing classified files to WikiLeaks, is punished for attempting suicide.

Congressman: Protesters 'hate white people'

Rep. Robert Pittenger, R-N.C. (Reuters) A GOP lawmaker from North Carolina says protesters in Charlotte are angry "because white people are successful and they're not."

Trump adviser has Kremlin ties?

U.S. intel officials probe ties between Trump adviser and Kremlin U.S. intelligence officials are trying to determine if a Trump adviser is talking with senior Russian officials.

Charlotte officer in the national spotlight

Brentley Vinson: The Charlotte cop involved in deadly shooting Brentley Vinson, 26, is on administrative leave after he shot and killed Keith Lamont Scott.

Trump quotes at center of new Clinton ad

Clinton ad features Trump trashing women as girls look at themselves in the mirror The new ad shows girls looking in the mirror as the Republican candidate comments on women's appearances.

Why Kaine is worried about Trump

The Democratic vice presidential nominee says he's worried about Trump's 'bromance' with Putin.

The Last 100 Days: Obama's long list of 'firsts'

President Obama during his visit to Laos. (AP) President Obama is wrapping up his eight years in the White House with a lot of "firsts."

Why Charlotte chief won't release shooting video

Charlottte-Mecklenburg Police Chief Kerr Putney (Yahoo News) Charlotte's police chief says the video won't be immediately released to the public.

Tulsa cop who fatally shot unarmed man charged

Tulsa police officer charged in man's death. (Tulsa Police Department via AP) Prosecutors file manslaughter charges against officer Betty Shelby, who shot and killed 40-year-old Terence Crutcher.

Burke Ramsey to sue CBS over documentary

Burke Ramsey visits his sister's grave. (John Barrett/Globe Photos via "The Case of: JonBenét Ramsey" suggested that Burke was responsible for his sister's death in 1996.

Legendary oil tycoon’s case for Trump

Legendary oil tycoon’s case for Trump. (Yahoo Finance) T. Boone Pickens said Obama has "been a complete loser for energy" and that he isn’t hopeful about Clinton either.

Clinton's awkward 'Between Two Ferns' chat

Zach Galifianakis uncomfortably questions Hillary Clinton in ‘Between Two Ferns’ video. (Funny or Die) "How does President Obama like his coffee? Like himself, weak?,” comedian Zach Galifianakis asked the former secretary of state.

President Obama's mockery propel Trump into race?

President Obama speaks at the 2011 White House Correspondents Association Gala in Washington, D.C. (Martin H. Simon-Pool/Getty Images) The president's ridiculing of Trump at a 2011 gala may have been a transformative moment, a new "Frontline" documentary suggests.

Charlotte protests take violent turn

Demonstrators protest Tuesday's fatal police shooting of Keith Lamont Scott in Charlotte, N.C. (Getty Images) Officials say a man is critically injured, not dead, during a night of unrest following the police shooting of Keith Lamont Scott.

IRS chief tries to fend off impeachment

IRS Commissioner John Koskinen is sworn in on Capitol Hill. (AP) John Koskinen admits to making statements about missing emails that proved to be wrong but says he's shouldn't lose his job.

CDC: Zika still a big threat to U.S.

CDC: Zika is still a big threat to U.S. (Getty Images) CDC director Tom Frieden recommends pregnant women and their partners take caution while traveling within Miami-Dade County.

Fed statement: Hold on interest rates

Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen. (AFP) But for the first time in nearly two years, there were three dissents to the Fed's statement.

Crutcher's father: 'The most devastating thing'

The Rev. Joey Crutcher reacts to the fatal shooting of his son, Terence, by a police officer in Tulsa, Okla.

Tennessee attorney general says Bible bill unconstitutional

By Tim Ghianni NASHVILLE, Tenn. (Reuters) - Tennessee's attorney general said on Tuesday a bill under consideration in the legislature to make the Bible the official state book would be an unconstitutional endorsement that the sacred text does not need. The bill would violate both the U.S. Constitution and Tennessee's state constitution, Tennessee Attorney General Herbert Slatery III said. He ...