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Stopped 52 times by police: Was it racial profiling?Washington PostMINNEAPOLIS — When Philando Castile saw the flashing lights in his rearview mirror the night he got shot, it wasn't unusual. He had been pulled over at least 52 times in recent years in and around the Twin Cities and given citations for minor offenses ...
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The Myths of Black Lives MatterWall Street JournalEditor's Note: Originally published Feb. 11, 2016. A television ad for Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign now airing in South Carolina shows the candidate declaring that “too many encounters with law enforcement end tragically.” She later adds ...
Pulitzer Prize-Winning Reporter Sydney Schanberg Dies At 82NPRSydney Schanberg, the Pulitzer Prize-winning New York Times correspondent best known for his raw, gripping coverage of Cambodia's fall to the Khmer Rouge, has died at 82. His longtime friend Charles Kaiser confirmed his death to NPR. Schanberg had ...
Is it you? $540M Mega Millions ticket sold in IndianaUSA TODAYCAMBRIDGE CITY, Ind. — An undercurrent of excitement permeated the busy Cambridge City gas station that sold the winning ticket for Friday night's $540 million Mega Millions jackpot. There also was one main question: Who is the winner? The Speedway ...
Fast-Moving Fire Forces Evacuations North of Los AngelesABC NewsA fast-moving brush fire north of Los Angeles has sent about 2,000 people fleeing from their homes. The Los Angeles County Fire Department says the blaze broke out in the Stevenson Ranch foothill community Saturday afternoon. It quickly chewed through ...
Japan votes in upper house electionChannel NewsAsiaJapanese voters headed to the polls on Sunday to cast their ballot in a parliamentary election with Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's ruling party expected to cruise to victory despite lukewarm support. Posted 10 Jul 2016 06:38; Updated 10 Jul 2016 07:05. |