As protests have surged across the United States, so has police use of so-called less-lethal munitions. In this video, Newsy breaks down what kinds of munitions are commonly used and Bellingcat's Robert Evans walks us through his own experience having been shot at and gassed with the various less-lethal munitions police departments have at their disposal.
Police Use Of 'Less-Lethal' Munitions Has Exploded
From tear gas to rubber bullets, police use of so-called "less-lethal" munitions has ramped up over the past year.
Russia's Ghost Fleet
Scripps News and Bellingcat uncover Russian vessels covertly exploiting international ports for Ukraine's resources in the spoils of war.
Visual evidence highlights costs of Wagner revolt in Russia
Following Wagner leader's relocation to Belarus, neighboring Poland has said it's tightening border security and asking for help from the E.U.
Ukraine: Impacts of Invasion
Bellingcat and Scripps News explore the human costs of Russia's invasion of Ukraine and the war that continues to rage in eastern Europe.
Read full document: House GOP releases 45-day spending plan
Republican lawmakers met early in the morning on Saturday with just hours to go before a midnight deadline to fund government operations.
On brink of government shutdown, House passes a 45-day funding plan
House passage came after Speaker Kevin McCarthy dropped plans for steep spending cuts and relied on Democratic help.
ISIS official captured in US helicopter raid in Syria
U.S. Central Command said it conducted the successful mission capturing a facilitation official during an operation, with no civilian casualties.