Immigrants crammed into a broiling tractor-trailer in Texas are recounting a horrific journey during which they had no water, took turns breathing from a single air hole and pounded on the sides to try to get the driver's attention.
Mexican laborer Adan Lara Vega says he was told the $5,500 he was being charged to be smuggled into the United States would include an air-conditioned truck ride, but instead it was pitch black and lacked ventilation.
A small group of people rallying behind a white police officer who fatally shot an unarmed black motorist in Cincinnati have walked across a bridge to show their support, while demonstrators who support the slain motorist walked behind them.
News organizations will clash with Arizona prison officials over the First Amendment at a trial to determine whether the public has a right to know who supplies execution drugs and the qualifications of people who carry out the death penalty.
The ranks of the elderly are growing, and with them the number of people with dementia. As a result, older people and law enforcement officers are crossing paths more frequently, recent data suggests – sometimes with terrible consequences.