Capitol Police using support dogs in wake of Jan. 6 trauma

Capitol Police using support dogs in wake of Jan. 6 trauma

(WASHINGTON) -- In the nine months since the Jan. 6 attack, even as their physical injuries heal, some Capitol Police officers still do battle with unseen wounds and memories. As part of their department's efforts to assist with that healing, the agency has now added two "wellness dogs" to its…
Trump must give videotaped deposition in protest lawsuit, judge orders

Trump must give videotaped deposition in protest lawsuit, judge orders

(NEW YORK) -- Former President Donald Trump must sit for a videotaped deposition next week as part of a lawsuit involving his anti-immigrant rhetoric, a judge in the Bronx ordered. A group of Mexican protesters said they were assaulted during a rally outside Trump Tower in September 2015 over the…
Hundreds gather for Miya Marcano’s Celebration of Life ceremony

Hundreds gather for Miya Marcano’s Celebration of Life ceremony

(COOPER CITY, Fla.) -- Hundreds of mourners gathered for an emotional Celebration of Life ceremony for Miya Marcano, the Florida college student who was found dead eight days after her family reported her missing. Her funeral will take place Thursday afternoon. Family and friends embraced each other in front of…
In 2020, 62% of police deaths were caused by COVID: One officer’s story

In 2020, 62% of police deaths were caused by COVID: One officer’s story

(NEW YORK) -- James Anthony "Tony" Sisk was a lifelong law enforcement officer. He had reached the rank of captain with the Culpeper County, Virginia, Sheriff's Department. Before that, he had worked in several different local departments starting in 1994, according to a department Facebook post Sisk was a native…
COVID-19 live updates: US to reopen Mexico, Canada borders for vaccinated

COVID-19 live updates: US to reopen Mexico, Canada borders for vaccinated

(NEW YORK) -- The United States has been facing a COVID-19 surge as the more contagious delta variant continues to spread. More than 716,000 Americans have died from COVID-19 while over 4.8 million people have died from the disease worldwide, according to real-time data compiled by the Center for Systems…
Fort Hood soldier found dead behind barracks, investigation underway

Fort Hood soldier found dead behind barracks, investigation underway

(FORT HOOD, Texas) -- A 26-year-old Fort Hood soldier was found dead Saturday behind his barracks, according to military officials. The soldier was identified as Spc. Maxwell Hockin, who was assigned to 1st Armored Brigade Combat Team, 1st Cavalry Division. He entered the Army in March 2017 as a combat…