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The New Yorker
Why Obama Has Failed to Close Guantánamoour most precious values,” he said. Guantánamo has been the scene of dubious, l
Why Obama Has Failed to Close Guantánamo
The New Yorker / Posted 2 days ago
our most precious values,” he said. Guantánamo has been the scene of dubious, lengthy detainments, force-feedings, sleep deprivation, stress positions, vicious beatings, and other forms of torture, and yet in 2005 Vice-President Dick Cheney... Read more
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The Mercury News
On eve of Hillary Clinton's nomination, a historic moment is overshadowedlocal members of Congress -- five of nine -- are women: Pelosi and Reps. Jackie
On eve of Hillary Clinton's nomination, a historic moment is overshadowed
The Mercury News / Posted 3 days ago
local members of Congress -- five of nine -- are women: Pelosi and Reps. Jackie Speier, Anna Eshoo, Zoe Lofgren and Barbara Lee. But while the Bay Area is a welcoming place for female politicians, in Silicon Valley's tech industry just 11 percent... Read more
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The Borneo Post
Ripple effects of the OPR cutis, consumers will have more cash on hand to spend, which will likely spur the
Ripple effects of the OPR cut
The Borneo Post / Posted 3 days ago
is, consumers will have more cash on hand to spend, which will likely spur the domestic economy,” opined iMoney editor Iris Lee. “Any changes will impact floating rate loans which are common for mortgages. When there was an increased in OPR, there... Read more
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USA Today
Victims and offenders find justice through reconciliation programswhich two men attacked another man wearing a yarmulke in a bar, Brown said, the
Victims and offenders find justice through reconciliation programs
USA Today / Posted 3 days ago
which two men attacked another man wearing a yarmulke in a bar, Brown said, the coordinator brought in someone trained in bias to help in the discussion, largely because one of the offenders, who visited the bar with his Jewish friend, did not... Read more
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The Arizona Republic
Arpaio's attorneys: Lawman should not be referred for criminal contemptNational Convention. After court let out, McDonald jokingly praised his client
Arpaio's attorneys: Lawman should not be referred for criminal contempt
The Arizona Republic / Posted 4 days ago
National Convention. After court let out, McDonald jokingly praised his client for staying awake during the hearing. Lee Stein, an attorney for Sheridan, began by acknowledging that he and Snow may never agree on whether Sheridan lied in... Read more
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Zero Hedge
The Market's Biggest Permabull Is "Scared About The Month Of August"JPM's former permabull, Tom Lee, needs no introduction: any time he appears on
The Market's Biggest Permabull Is "Scared About The Month Of August"
Zero Hedge / Posted 4 days ago
JPM's former permabull, Tom Lee, needs no introduction: any time he appears on CNBC, his advice was simple: buy it all. And while he may have parted ways with JPM after moving to his own firm, FundStat, his investing psychology has remained the same:... Read more
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heraldscotland
'The Trumpiest Trump speech ever' – he came, he saw, he shouted ... WATCHwith Nice attacks … Use of banking by mobile soars by 50% in year … UK’s first
'The Trumpiest Trump speech ever' – he came, he saw, he shouted ... WATCH
heraldscotland / Posted 5 days ago
with Nice attacks … Use of banking by mobile soars by 50% in year … UK’s first double hand transplant carried out in Leeds. 07.00 BBC Good Morning Scotland headlines British-Irish council meets in Cardiff over Brexit ... Trump ... Sports... Read more
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heraldscotland
'The Trumpiest Trump speech ever' as The Donald becomes the candidatewith Nice attacks … Use of banking by mobile soars by 50% in year … UK’s first
'The Trumpiest Trump speech ever' as The Donald becomes the candidate
heraldscotland / Posted 5 days ago
with Nice attacks … Use of banking by mobile soars by 50% in year … UK’s first double hand transplant carried out in Leeds. 07.00 BBC Good Morning Scotland headlines British-Irish council meets in Cardiff over Brexit ... Trump ... Sports... Read more
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Boston Globe
Women in charge at the Berkshires’ four major theatersinclude Diane Paulus, artistic director of the American Repertory Theater; Debr
Women in charge at the Berkshires’ four major theaters
Boston Globe / Posted 5 days ago
include Diane Paulus, artistic director of the American Repertory Theater; Debra Wise, head of Underground Railway Theater; Lee Mikeska Gardner, leader of Nora Theatre Company; Danielle Fauteux Jacques of Apollinaire Theatre Company; and Meg... Read more
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Spartanburg Herald-Journal
Slain Kansas officer's partner is expectingresponding to a police call. Authorities say the attack wasn't a planned ambush
Slain Kansas officer's partner is expecting
Spartanburg Herald-Journal / Posted 6 days ago
responding to a police call. Authorities say the attack wasn't a planned ambush. Two suspects are in custody. Maj. Gen. Lee Tafanelli said Wednesday in a statement that Melton served in the guard from 1986 until he retired in 2012. He says there... Read more
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The Hendersonville Times-News
Slain Kansas officer's partner is expectingresponding to a police call. Authorities say the attack wasn't a planned ambush
Slain Kansas officer's partner is expecting
The Hendersonville Times-News / Posted 6 days ago
responding to a police call. Authorities say the attack wasn't a planned ambush. Two suspects are in custody. Maj. Gen. Lee Tafanelli said Wednesday in a statement that Melton served in the guard from 1986 until he retired in 2012. He says there... Read more
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Salon.com
Slain Kansas officer was decorated veteranresponding to a police call. Authorities say the attack wasn’t a planned ambush
Slain Kansas officer was decorated veteran
Salon.com / Posted 6 days ago
responding to a police call. Authorities say the attack wasn’t a planned ambush. Two suspects are in custody. Maj. Gen. Lee Tafanelli said Wednesday in a statement that Melton served in the guard from 1986 until he retired in 2012. He says there... Read more
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The News & Observer
Melania Trump plagiarism allegations draw fire – toward the mediaanger was aimed squarely at the media. “It seems to me they had people ready a
Melania Trump plagiarism allegations draw fire – toward the media
The News & Observer / Posted 7 days ago
anger was aimed squarely at the media. “It seems to me they had people ready and waiting to tear her speech apart,” said Lee Haywood of Guilford County. “I hope they treat the speeches at the Democratic convention the same way.” He and others... Read more
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Marin Independent Journal
Marin IJ Readers’ Forum for July 19Kelzer, Novato Protests do little to quell racial violence Noah Griffin (Mari
Marin IJ Readers’ Forum for July 19
Marin Independent Journal / Posted 8 days ago
Kelzer, Novato Protests do little to quell racial violence Noah Griffin (Marin Voice, July 17) is correct that there is bias in policing and that tony neighborhoods tend to be very sensitive to those who do not appear to fit in. He is wrong,... Read more
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Op-Ed News
Greg Palast: How the 2016 Election is being and will be stolen... and New Angles on Fukushimavery unusual happened-- it happened to White folks. End of voting rights act,
Greg Palast: How the 2016 Election is being and will be stolen... and New Angles on Fukushima
Op-Ed News / Posted 9 days ago
very unusual happened-- it happened to White folks. End of voting rights act, in 2013, said that places with racial bias could not not It applied to Kings county and it was under justice dept special scrutiny and could not have happened if... Read more
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Breitbart
Blue State Blues: 3 Things We’ve Learned from Black Lives Matter — and 1 Thing We Still Don’t Knowshootings. A black Harvard economics professor has published a new study that r
Blue State Blues: 3 Things We’ve Learned from Black Lives Matter — and 1 Thing We Still Don’t Know
Breitbart / Posted 11 days ago
shootings. A black Harvard economics professor has published a new study that reveals that there is no evidence of racial bias when police use deadly force. “On the most extreme use of force – officer-involved shootings — we find no racial... Read more
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WWL-TV, Channel 4 New Orleans
#BlackWhiteBlueTogether: Churches try to bridge gap between police, communityWASHINGTON — Just a few blocks from the Lincoln Memorial, the Rev. Tony Lee's v
#BlackWhiteBlueTogether: Churches try to bridge gap between police, community
WWL-TV, Channel 4 New Orleans / Posted 12 days ago
WASHINGTON — Just a few blocks from the Lincoln Memorial, the Rev. Tony Lee's voice hung over the crowd of nearly one hundred. "This is the season when we've got to say this does not go on from here," Lee said. "Somewhere along this journey we've... Read more
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KTHV Little Rock
#BlackWhiteBlueTogether: Churches try to bridge gap between police, communityWASHINGTON — Just a few blocks from the Lincoln Memorial, the Rev. Tony Lee's v
#BlackWhiteBlueTogether: Churches try to bridge gap between police, community
KTHV Little Rock / Posted 12 days ago
WASHINGTON — Just a few blocks from the Lincoln Memorial, the Rev. Tony Lee's voice hung over the crowd of nearly one hundred. "This is the season when we've got to say this does not go on from here," Lee said. "Somewhere along this journey we've... Read more
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WXIA-TV Atlanta
#BlackWhiteBlueTogether: Churches try to bridge gap between police, communityWASHINGTON — Just a few blocks from the Lincoln Memorial, the Rev. Tony Lee's v
#BlackWhiteBlueTogether: Churches try to bridge gap between police, community
WXIA-TV Atlanta / Posted 12 days ago
WASHINGTON — Just a few blocks from the Lincoln Memorial, the Rev. Tony Lee's voice hung over the crowd of nearly one hundred. "This is the season when we've got to say this does not go on from here," Lee said. "Somewhere along this journey we've... Read more
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WHAS TV11 Louisville
#BlackWhiteBlueTogether: Churches try to bridge gap between police, communityWASHINGTON — Just a few blocks from the Lincoln Memorial, the Rev. Tony Lee's v
#BlackWhiteBlueTogether: Churches try to bridge gap between police, community
WHAS TV11 Louisville / Posted 12 days ago
WASHINGTON — Just a few blocks from the Lincoln Memorial, the Rev. Tony Lee's voice hung over the crowd of nearly one hundred. "This is the season when we've got to say this does not go on from here," Lee said. "Somewhere along this journey we've... Read more
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11 News Houston
#BlackWhiteBlueTogether: Churches try to bridge gap between police, communityWASHINGTON — Just a few blocks from the Lincoln Memorial, the Rev. Tony Lee's v
#BlackWhiteBlueTogether: Churches try to bridge gap between police, community
11 News Houston / Posted 12 days ago
WASHINGTON — Just a few blocks from the Lincoln Memorial, the Rev. Tony Lee's voice hung over the crowd of nearly one hundred. "This is the season when we've got to say this does not go on from here," Lee said. "Somewhere along this journey we've... Read more
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WGRZ-TV Buffalo
#BlackWhiteBlueTogether: Churches try to bridge gap between police, communityWASHINGTON — Just a few blocks from the Lincoln Memorial, the Rev. Tony Lee's v
#BlackWhiteBlueTogether: Churches try to bridge gap between police, community
WGRZ-TV Buffalo / Posted 12 days ago
WASHINGTON — Just a few blocks from the Lincoln Memorial, the Rev. Tony Lee's voice hung over the crowd of nearly one hundred. "This is the season when we've got to say this does not go on from here," Lee said. "Somewhere along this journey we've... Read more
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KVUE-TV Austin
#BlackWhiteBlueTogether: Churches try to bridge gap between police, communityWASHINGTON — Just a few blocks from the Lincoln Memorial, the Rev. Tony Lee's v
#BlackWhiteBlueTogether: Churches try to bridge gap between police, community
KVUE-TV Austin / Posted 12 days ago
WASHINGTON — Just a few blocks from the Lincoln Memorial, the Rev. Tony Lee's voice hung over the crowd of nearly one hundred. "This is the season when we've got to say this does not go on from here," Lee said. "Somewhere along this journey we've... Read more
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KREM.com Spokane
#BlackWhiteBlueTogether: Churches try to bridge gap between police, communityWASHINGTON — Just a few blocks from the Lincoln Memorial, the Rev. Tony Lee's v
#BlackWhiteBlueTogether: Churches try to bridge gap between police, community
KREM.com Spokane / Posted 12 days ago
WASHINGTON — Just a few blocks from the Lincoln Memorial, the Rev. Tony Lee's voice hung over the crowd of nearly one hundred. "This is the season when we've got to say this does not go on from here," Lee said. "Somewhere along this journey we've... Read more
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WCSH 6 Portland
#BlackWhiteBlueTogether: Churches try to bridge gap between police, communityWASHINGTON — Just a few blocks from the Lincoln Memorial, the Rev. Tony Lee's v
#BlackWhiteBlueTogether: Churches try to bridge gap between police, community
WCSH 6 Portland / Posted 12 days ago
WASHINGTON — Just a few blocks from the Lincoln Memorial, the Rev. Tony Lee's voice hung over the crowd of nearly one hundred. "This is the season when we've got to say this does not go on from here," Lee said. "Somewhere along this journey we've... Read more
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USA Today
#BlackWhiteBlueTogether: Churches try to bridge gap between police, communityare show of faith and unity in the face of fears WASHINGTON — Just a few block
#BlackWhiteBlueTogether: Churches try to bridge gap between police, community
USA Today / Posted 12 days ago
are show of faith and unity in the face of fears WASHINGTON — Just a few blocks from the Lincoln Memorial, the Rev. Tony Lee's voice hung over the crowd of nearly one hundred. "This is the season when we've got to say this does not go on from... Read more
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WTSP-TV Tampa
#BlackWhiteBlueTogether: Churches try to bridge gap between police, communityWASHINGTON — Just a few blocks from the Lincoln Memorial, the Rev. Tony Lee's v
#BlackWhiteBlueTogether: Churches try to bridge gap between police, community
WTSP-TV Tampa / Posted 12 days ago
WASHINGTON — Just a few blocks from the Lincoln Memorial, the Rev. Tony Lee's voice hung over the crowd of nearly one hundred. "This is the season when we've got to say this does not go on from here," Lee said. "Somewhere along this journey we've... Read more
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WLTX-TV Columbia
#BlackWhiteBlueTogether: Churches try to bridge gap between police, communityWASHINGTON — Just a few blocks from the Lincoln Memorial, the Rev. Tony Lee's v
#BlackWhiteBlueTogether: Churches try to bridge gap between police, community
WLTX-TV Columbia / Posted 12 days ago
WASHINGTON — Just a few blocks from the Lincoln Memorial, the Rev. Tony Lee's voice hung over the crowd of nearly one hundred. "This is the season when we've got to say this does not go on from here," Lee said. "Somewhere along this journey we've... Read more
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WLBZ Bangor
#BlackWhiteBlueTogether: Churches try to bridge gap between police, communityWASHINGTON — Just a few blocks from the Lincoln Memorial, the Rev. Tony Lee's v
#BlackWhiteBlueTogether: Churches try to bridge gap between police, community
WLBZ Bangor / Posted 12 days ago
WASHINGTON — Just a few blocks from the Lincoln Memorial, the Rev. Tony Lee's voice hung over the crowd of nearly one hundred. "This is the season when we've got to say this does not go on from here," Lee said. "Somewhere along this journey we've... Read more
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13 WMAZ Macon
#BlackWhiteBlueTogether: Churches try to bridge gap between police, communityWASHINGTON — Just a few blocks from the Lincoln Memorial, the Rev. Tony Lee's v
#BlackWhiteBlueTogether: Churches try to bridge gap between police, community
13 WMAZ Macon / Posted 12 days ago
WASHINGTON — Just a few blocks from the Lincoln Memorial, the Rev. Tony Lee's voice hung over the crowd of nearly one hundred. "This is the season when we've got to say this does not go on from here," Lee said. "Somewhere along this journey we've... Read more
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WZZM 13 Grand Rapids
#BlackWhiteBlueTogether: Churches try to bridge gap between police, communityWASHINGTON — Just a few blocks from the Lincoln Memorial, the Rev. Tony Lee's v
#BlackWhiteBlueTogether: Churches try to bridge gap between police, community
WZZM 13 Grand Rapids / Posted 12 days ago
WASHINGTON — Just a few blocks from the Lincoln Memorial, the Rev. Tony Lee's voice hung over the crowd of nearly one hundred. "This is the season when we've got to say this does not go on from here," Lee said. "Somewhere along this journey we've... Read more
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KING5 Seattle
#BlackWhiteBlueTogether: Churches try to bridge gap between police, communityWASHINGTON — Just a few blocks from the Lincoln Memorial, the Rev. Tony Lee's v
#BlackWhiteBlueTogether: Churches try to bridge gap between police, community
KING5 Seattle / Posted 12 days ago
WASHINGTON — Just a few blocks from the Lincoln Memorial, the Rev. Tony Lee's voice hung over the crowd of nearly one hundred. "This is the season when we've got to say this does not go on from here," Lee said. "Somewhere along this journey we've... Read more
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First Coast News
#BlackWhiteBlueTogether: Churches try to bridge gap between police, communityWASHINGTON — Just a few blocks from the Lincoln Memorial, the Rev. Tony Lee's v
#BlackWhiteBlueTogether: Churches try to bridge gap between police, community
First Coast News / Posted 12 days ago
WASHINGTON — Just a few blocks from the Lincoln Memorial, the Rev. Tony Lee's voice hung over the crowd of nearly one hundred. "This is the season when we've got to say this does not go on from here," Lee said. "Somewhere along this journey we've... Read more
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KGW Channel 8 Portland
#BlackWhiteBlueTogether: Churches try to bridge gap between police, communityWASHINGTON — Just a few blocks from the Lincoln Memorial, the Rev. Tony Lee's v
#BlackWhiteBlueTogether: Churches try to bridge gap between police, community
KGW Channel 8 Portland / Posted 12 days ago
WASHINGTON — Just a few blocks from the Lincoln Memorial, the Rev. Tony Lee's voice hung over the crowd of nearly one hundred. "This is the season when we've got to say this does not go on from here," Lee said. "Somewhere along this journey we've... Read more
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KENS 5 San Antonio
#BlackWhiteBlueTogether: Churches try to bridge gap between police, communityWASHINGTON — Just a few blocks from the Lincoln Memorial, the Rev. Tony Lee's v
#BlackWhiteBlueTogether: Churches try to bridge gap between police, community
KENS 5 San Antonio / Posted 12 days ago
WASHINGTON — Just a few blocks from the Lincoln Memorial, the Rev. Tony Lee's voice hung over the crowd of nearly one hundred. "This is the season when we've got to say this does not go on from here," Lee said. "Somewhere along this journey we've... Read more
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KTVB Boise
#BlackWhiteBlueTogether: Churches try to bridge gap between police, communityWASHINGTON — Just a few blocks from the Lincoln Memorial, the Rev. Tony Lee's v
#BlackWhiteBlueTogether: Churches try to bridge gap between police, community
KTVB Boise / Posted 12 days ago
WASHINGTON — Just a few blocks from the Lincoln Memorial, the Rev. Tony Lee's voice hung over the crowd of nearly one hundred. "This is the season when we've got to say this does not go on from here," Lee said. "Somewhere along this journey we've... Read more
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WFAA Dallas-Fort Worth
#BlackWhiteBlueTogether: Churches try to bridge gap between police, communityWASHINGTON — Just a few blocks from the Lincoln Memorial, the Rev. Tony Lee's v
#BlackWhiteBlueTogether: Churches try to bridge gap between police, community
WFAA Dallas-Fort Worth / Posted 12 days ago
WASHINGTON — Just a few blocks from the Lincoln Memorial, the Rev. Tony Lee's voice hung over the crowd of nearly one hundred. "This is the season when we've got to say this does not go on from here," Lee said. "Somewhere along this journey we've... Read more
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Raw Story
San Francisco cop who shot homeless man dead moved to internal reform boardracist text scandal in two years came to light, and the department’s police chi
San Francisco cop who shot homeless man dead moved to internal reform board
Raw Story / Posted 13 days ago
racist text scandal in two years came to light, and the department’s police chief resigned under pressure from Mayor Ed Lee. Three former judges examining accusations of racial bias by police in San Francisco said in a report released on Monday... Read more
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Sporting Life
Back Zach for early attackin the final round at Firestone last time out.Current weather forecasts suggest
Back Zach for early attack
Sporting Life / Posted 14 days ago
in the final round at Firestone last time out.Current weather forecasts suggest that there shouldn't be much of a draw bias on Thursday so I'm casting the net far and wide, with Colin Montgomerie out first and Callum Shinkwin in the very last... Read more
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The Register NorthJersey.com
New appointments may not resolve problems on Paterson zoning boardattending the board’s meetings. Both of them said they want the City Council to
New appointments may not resolve problems on Paterson zoning board
The Register NorthJersey.com / Posted 14 days ago
attending the board’s meetings. Both of them said they want the City Council to continue its hearings into allegations of bias that Deeb and Khan had made against other members. “I’ve been waiting patiently, but I can’t go back until they address... Read more
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The Times & The Sunday Times
Zuma rand's enemy No 1over unemployment and poverty and a series of scandals implicating the presiden
Zuma rand's enemy No 1
The Times & The Sunday Times / Posted 15 days ago
over unemployment and poverty and a series of scandals implicating the president. The government "shows an overall bias" to act populist, Krieger said. "This is the basic balance of the government and I'm afraid this will go on because... Read more
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CBS Sports
2016 British Open: Expert picks, predictions before a tough test at Royal Troonright now. I would be stunned if he finished outside the top 10 and downright f
2016 British Open: Expert picks, predictions before a tough test at Royal Troon
CBS Sports / Posted 15 days ago
right now. I would be stunned if he finished outside the top 10 and downright flabbergasted if he was outside the top 25. Sleeper: Scott Piercy (100-1). Why the long odds? He has finished runner-up at the last two events which, if you have not been... Read more
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Al.com
Prosecutors object to Hubbard 'fishing expedition' into jurylawyers filed an affidavit from an unnamed juror who claimed to have heard othe
Prosecutors object to Hubbard 'fishing expedition' into jury
Al.com / Posted 15 days ago
lawyers filed an affidavit from an unnamed juror who claimed to have heard other jurors make comments that indicated a bias against Hubbard as early as the first day of the nearly three-week trial. The affidavit in the public court file is... Read more
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San Francisco Chronicle
Blue-ribbon panel: SFPD needs more training, tracking to fight biasSan Francisco police should better train officers to avoid racial profiling and
Blue-ribbon panel: SFPD needs more training, tracking to fight bias
San Francisco Chronicle / Posted 15 days ago
San Francisco police should better train officers to avoid racial profiling and other forms of bias, rigorously study racial data collected during officers’ stops, and share more information with the public including basic crime statistics, according... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
Blue-ribbon panel: SFPD needs more training, tracking to fight biasSan Francisco police should better train officers to avoid racial profiling and
Blue-ribbon panel: SFPD needs more training, tracking to fight bias
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 15 days ago
San Francisco police should better train officers to avoid racial profiling and other forms of bias, rigorously study racial data collected during officers’ stops, and share more information with the public including basic crime statistics, according... Read more
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iol.co.za
R17 per dollar? Analyst sees gloomy timesover unemployment and poverty and a series of scandals implicating the presiden
R17 per dollar? Analyst sees gloomy times
iol.co.za / Posted 16 days ago
over unemployment and poverty and a series of scandals implicating the president. The government “shows an overall bias” to act more populist, Krieger said. “This is the basic balance of the government and I’m afraid this will go on because... Read more
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Dallas Morning News
For all the talk of unity after Dallas shooting, leaders talking past each other on guns, race, policethe aisle to recognize not just the tragedy of an attack on police but other fa
For all the talk of unity after Dallas shooting, leaders talking past each other on guns, race, police
Dallas Morning News / Posted 17 days ago
the aisle to recognize not just the tragedy of an attack on police but other factors they view as a deeper pathology: bias by police, and widespread access to guns. "We will stand against violent gun behavior, thugs, and terrorists. Americans... Read more
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The Borneo Post
Making money in Melbourne’s property marketThat said, we would expect tightening of lending rules on foreigners to dampen
Making money in Melbourne’s property market
The Borneo Post / Posted 17 days ago
That said, we would expect tightening of lending rules on foreigners to dampen sales growth.” Despite all these negative bias given prolonged weakening of domestic consumer sentiment, Malaysian firms are steadfast in undertaking their projects in... Read more
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Denton Record-Chronicle
Denton leaders converse on biashasn’t even been discriminated against. He talked about a morning conversation
Denton leaders converse on bias
Denton Record-Chronicle / Posted 18 days ago
hasn’t even been discriminated against. He talked about a morning conversation he had with a loved one about the systematic bias in the community. The question was asked in the course of that conversation: “Why do black people get so angry?” he... Read more
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The San Angelo Standard-Times
'America is weeping': Taking stock after 3 days of tragedyin the week, during a news conference on Capitol Hill in Washington, Friday, Ju
'America is weeping': Taking stock after 3 days of tragedy
The San Angelo Standard-Times / Posted 18 days ago
in the week, during a news conference on Capitol Hill in Washington, Friday, July 8, 2016. From left are: Rep. Barbara Lee, D-Calif., Rep. Marcia L. Fudge, D-Ohio, Rep. John Lewis, D-Ga., Rep. Frederica Wilson, D-Fla., and Rep. Sheila Jackson... Read more
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