Nearly a week after five officers were killed by a gunman in Dallas, memorial services for three of them drew thousands of mourners Wednesday.
US President Barack Obama on Tuesday praised Dallas police officers including the five slain at a protest against police violence last week for saving lives during the deadliest day for US law enforcement in almost 15 years.
"There is institutional racism, it exists throughout our society," Biden said highlighting that efforts to curtail racism are not enough.
The true horror of Dallas lies not with the bloodshed on Griffin street, but with the blood on our own hands.
The Black Lives Matter movement isn't backing down, despite concerns about a backlash after the killings of five police officers by a black sniper in Dallas.
Obama's predicament is understandable as he must balance the anger of black Americans against police brutality, hierarchical racism and the rage of white Americans against what they perceive as criminal forces threatening their peace and security
Dallas Mayor Mike Rawlings applauded Brown for making "the right call" and said he would have no qualms about resorting to the same strategy in the future.
Only time will tell if the massacre in Dallas has brought tensions in this country past the point of no return.
Johnson's rampage turned what had been a non-violent rally into a bloodbath in Dallas where 5 people lost their lives.
Post ambush in the Dallas shooting incident, Dallas police wrongly apprehends an innocent man, and tweets his picture claiming him of being a 'suspect'.
Why have Hillary and Trump taken an understated route for the Dallas shooting? It's simple, isn't it? They want to keep everyone happy. Trump and Clinton cannot afford to antagonise either the black voters or can they not support the law enforcement officials.
The US sports world reacted with shock on Thursday to deadly shootings that killed four police officers and wounded seven others in Dallas, with some describing it as a nightmare with seemingly no end in sight.
Snipers shot dead five police officers and injured six others in Dallas, unleashing chaos during a protest against police shootings of black men in an ongoing standoff Friday.
The perception of an armed black person has not changed much since the days of slave rebellions, said the Rev Kenn Blanchard, a former firearms instructor who runs BlackManWithAGun.com.