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What’s wrong with America? ‘Police are killing our children,’ protester says

Hundreds of marchers, young and old, black and white, chose a peaceful path of resistance during Saturday’s “March to End Police Brutality” in Dallas. The march was organized to honor the memory of Jordan Edwards — a 15-year-old black teen fatally shot by a police officer in Balch Springs on April 29 — and hundreds of others who have been killed by law enforcement officers in 2017.

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Fire engulfs vacant house on Fort Worth Avenue

Dallas fire department crews responded to the blaze at about 1:15 a.m. and found the one-story home in flames.
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Fire engulfs vacant house on Fort Worth Avenue 0:24

Fire engulfs vacant house on Fort Worth Avenue

Police respond to noise complaint, get dance routine instead 3:14

Police respond to noise complaint, get dance routine instead

T.D. Jakes' town hall after Dallas shooting filled with tears, hugs 2:12

T.D. Jakes' town hall after Dallas shooting filled with tears, hugs

Dallas woman captured shooting on camera: 'It still doesn't feel real' 1:16

Dallas woman captured shooting on camera: 'It still doesn't feel real'