The nation's top law enforcement official condemning the attacks on police after three officers were killed in Baton Rouge, and five were killed in Dallas.
FOX's Jill Nado has more from Washington:
Attorney General Loretta Lynch speaking to the National Organization of Black Law Enforcement Executives, saying all of us again are heartbroken at the news of what happened in Baton Rouge.
Lynch telling the group they have a unique and frustrating perspective as black officers, as police become targets and the public outcry over police-involved killings grows:
(Lynch) "The voice of all of you is needed more than ever, we need you to speak to the loss of humanity."
The motive behind the killing of the three officers in Baton Rouge isn't clear yet. But the sniper who killed five officers in Dallas told police he wanted to kill white officers.
In Washington, Jill Nado FOX News.