The slain officer and his partner responded to a call of a man firing a weapon on the city's west side. When they arrived, the man fired in their direction, Detroit's police chief said.
The Kremlin has been accused of using the American basketball player as a political pawn while the Biden administration has said she has been “wrongfully detained.”
Suspected Boko Haram attackers came for members imprisoned in the capital, an official said, raising fears that insurgents are venturing from their remote enclaves.
The suspect is likely to have passed an enhanced background check, but Sen. Chris Murphy said a “well-run red flag law might have done the trick here.” The law provides funding.
A lawyer for Viktor Bout says Moscow wants to exchange the arms dealer for an American held in Russia — possibly basketball star Brittany Griner, facing drug charges.
In a remarkable twist, Johnson was abandoned by the finance minister and education minister he had promoted just 36 hours earlier in a bid to hold on to power.
A Georgia monument that drew curious visitors and was derided by a gubernatorial candidate as satanic was destroyed Wednesday after authorities said someone detonated an explosive device at the site.
The cash-strapped South Asian nation is also trying to attract more tourists, even as countries like Britain urge citizens to avoid unnecessary travel there.
The HHS inspector general found that in Pennsylvania, Illinois and two other states, most recovered foster children were not screened, even though missing children are often exploited.
At least 77 people, including women and children, have died in rain-related incidents across Pakistan in the past three weeks, the country’s minister for climate change said.
The top contenders in Michigan's GOP primary for governor professed loyalty to Trump at a debate while promoting debunked stolen election conspiracy theories.
Kenneth Petty was required to register when he moved from New York to California because of a 1995 attempted rape conviction.