Baton Rouge Attack Deepens Anguish for Police: ‘We’ve Seen Nothing Like This’

Law enforcement officials said it had been generations since the nation endured two separate episodes in which so many police officers were killed.


On Eve of G.O.P. Convention, Law and Order Takes the Floor

After three police officers are fatally shot in Louisiana, Donald J. Trump is likely to amplify his “law-and-order” campaign theme.


On Eve of the Republican Convention, Law and Order Takes the Floor

After three police officers are fatally shot in Louisiana, Donald J. Trump is likely to amplify his “law and order” campaign theme.


After 1963, a Silence Fell Upon Dallas. Not This Year.

For years after the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, Dallas was labeled the “city of hate.” Decades later, it is responding to new horror very differently.


Dallas, in Long Shadow of Kennedy Killing, Weathers New Tragedy

For years after the assassination, Dallas was labeled the “city of hate.” Decades later, it is responding to new horror very differently.


Dallas Journal: Dallas Police Are Used to Recovering From Being in Harm’s Way

Thursday’s shooting deaths of five officers came about 13 months after another attack from a gunman, and about two years after an Ebola crisis.


Obama Tells Mourning Dallas, ‘We Are Not as Divided as We Seem’

President Obama urged Americans not to give in to despair Tuesday at a memorial for five police officers gunned down by a black Army veteran.


Dallas Police Are Used to Recovering From Being in Harm’s Way

Thursday’s shooting deaths of five officers came about 13 months after another attack from a gunman, and about two years after an Ebola crisis.


Memorial Service for Dallas Officers

President Obama and former President George W. Bush spoke on Tuesday at the memorial service for the five police officers who were killed in Dallas.


Have the Dallas Police Improved? Depends on Whom You Ask

Though Chief David O. Brown has worked to steer his department away from a history of racism and abuse, black residents expressed a wide range of views of the police.


Watch Live: Memorial Service for Dallas Officers

President Obama and former President George W. Bush are expected to speak on Tuesday at the memorial service for the five officers who were killed in Dallas.


Obama, Traveling to Dallas, Seeks to Console and Reassure

President Obama and former President George W. Bush will speak on Tuesday at a memorial for the five white police officers gunned down by a black Army veteran.


Dallas Police Chief, David O. Brown, Is Calm at Center of Crisis

In the aftermath of the police shootings in Dallas, Chief Brown’s public appearances have helped ease tensions in the city and the nation.


Dallas Gunman’s Plans for Bombing Remain a Worry for Police

“The concern is we haven’t found something that’s out there,” the city’s police chief said Monday, referring to the gunman’s claims to have planted explosives.


Dallas Gunman Had Plans for Wider Attack, Police Say

Micah Johnson had practiced explosive detonations, the city’s police chief said, providing new details of how Mr. Johnson sang, laughed and taunted officers during negotiations.


Texas Open-Carry Laws Blurred Lines Between Suspects and Marchers

The mayor of Dallas suggests tightening the state’s gun laws to make it tougher to carry long arms in public.


On a Somber Sunday, ‘One Nation Under God Examines Its Soul’

Church leaders addressed the aftershocks of a week of gun violence as they tried to comfort worshipers in New York, Texas, Louisiana, Minnesota and elsewhere.


Amid Raw Emotions After Shootings, Calls for Healing at Church

In Dallas, Baton Rouge, La., and St. Anthony, Minn., ministers addressed the aftermath of a week of gun violence.


Slain Officer Michael Smith’s Church in Dallas Calls for Healing

The pastor of Watermark Community Church called for racial healing after the death of Sgt. Michael J. Smith, one of the officers targeted by a gunman.