(VIDEO) What police know so far about the death of Juneau Mayor

Juneau Police Chief Bryce Johnson emphasized today that police do not yet know what killed Mayor Greg Fisk, but said investigators have found no sign of suicide or drug overdose. The mayor also was not shot, Johnson said. 

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City and Borough of Juneau via CNN

Mayor of Juneau, Alaska, found dead

Just weeks after he took office, the mayor of Alaska's capital has been found dead, prompting a flurry of rumors that he was assaulted.

Juneau Mayor Stephen "Greg" Fisk, 70, was found with injuries Monday, Juneau Police told CNN. "It is not clear yet ...

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Mark Zuckerberg and Priscilla Chan welcome new daughter

There's one more baby filling up news feeds on Facebook. Meet Maxima Chan Zuckerberg.

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Chicago Police Department via CNN

Laquan McDonald shooting: Why so long for video?

In April, Chicago City Alderman Howard B. Brookins Jr. was prepared to vote in favor of a $5 million settlement for the family of Laquan McDonald.

The city's top attorney, known as the corporation counsel, warned that the police dashboard camera vide...

No revelations in 12-year-old's fatal shooting by police

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Tamir Rice shooting: Officer says threat was 'real and active'

The police officer who shot 12-year-old Tamir Rice is speaking out for the first time, more than a year after the shooting.

In a signed statement given to investigators and released by the Cuyahoga County Prosecutor's Office Tuesday, Cleveland Police ...


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Study: Unprecedented support for ISIS in the US

Support for ISIS in America has reached an unprecedented level with several thousand U.S.-based sympathizers and more terrorism-related arrests in 2015 than any year since 9/11, according to a report.

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Ghostly ships full of bodies wash up in Japan

An unsettling mystery has washed up on Japan's shores.

Over the past two months, at least 12 wooden boats have been found in the Sea of Japan on or near the coast, carrying a chilling cargo -- the decaying bodies of 22 people, police and Japan's coast...


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Chicago police superintendent asked to resign

Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel said Tuesday he has asked for the resignation of Chicago Police Superintendent Garry McCarthy.

The announcement at a news conference came amid angry protests in Chicago over the way the city responded when a white police of...

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Obama leaves Paris, climate legacy in mind

President Barack Obama has long made clear he wants action on climate change to be part of his legacy, and Tuesday in Paris he raised the stakes.

A successful outcome for the United Nations climate talks will include a "legally binding" mechanism to e...



Jersey graduate accused of tweeting racial threats

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Carter sending 'specialized' force to Iraq

Secretary of Defense Ash Carter announced Tuesday that the U.S. military will send "a specialized expeditionary targeting force" aimed at conducting more raids in Iraq.

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