CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — The killing of a black man by a Charlotte police officer, and the sometimes violent protests that followed, have intensified the political divide in a state crucial to deciding whether Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump wins the presidency.
Republicans and Democrats alike say the killing of Keith Lamont Scott will energize both parties' strongest supporters in a presidential battleground state that also has competitive races for governor and the U.
How Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are preparing for Monday's presidential debate. One person was shot last night during protests in Charlotte, North Carolina. The protests were sparked by the fatal police shooting on Tuesday of K...
Hillary Clinton will visit the city of Charlotte, North Carolina, which has been the site of both peaceful protests and violent, deadly unrest in the nights following the shooting death of a black man at the hands of police.
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton will travel on Sunday to Charlotte, N.C., the site of violent protests over the shooting death of a black man at the hands of the police.
Alfred Olango was killed by police in California on Tuesday, and video of his shooting death has sparked protests and controversy over whether the shooting was justified. Olango was killed on Tuesday afternoon after police were call...