Border Patrol agents swarmed into a hot dusty orange orchard near McAllen, Texas, on the hunt for a group of illegal immigrants spotted crossing the Rio Grande River from Mexico.
When Hurricane Michael was bearing down on the Florida Gulf Coast, local officials in this small town (population 21,000) decided to bring their families to the building housing the police station to ride out the storm. But the building did not survive the vicious storm.
You may not know what a Bearcat is but you’ve probably seen them, deployed by SWAT and tactical teams responding to violent protests and barricade situations, or to save people trapped in hurricanes, floods and mudslides.
In Boston, they call days like this “wicked stormy.”
People expect to see the Army National Guard during disasters.
Downtown Minneapolis has probably never seen this much security.
Disgraced former New York congressman Michael Grimm, once a rising star in the Republican Party, has been testing the waters in hopes of a political comeback.