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White House's police equipment rules get mixed re...
... - Banning equipment such as grenade launchers and weaponized aircraft, an executive order addresses the controversy over "militarized" police responses. The Obama administration's new rules...
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Progressives’ looming challenge: Bill de Blasio, ...
New York Mayor Bill de Blasio took his progressive agenda road show to Washington Tuesday, where he was trailed by local and national reporters in the fever grip of a narrative: How can de Blasio be...
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How President Obama and his supporters damaged th...
Just two years after the end of disastrous and corrupt presidency of George W. Bush, Democrats were dealt a shellacking in the midterm elections of 2010. In 2014 control of both houses of Congress was...
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Quinn: Jesse Jackson and Silicon Valley, Part 2
Last week Jackson applauded Intel CEO Brian Krzanich, who had announced the company's progress in making its workforce more diverse with new hires and other initiatives. Then, without missing a beat,...
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Exclusive: Video reportedly shows teen driving Le...
We asked Jones how he knew the wrong person was driving the bus. "I saw Mr. Little get up on the first seat," he says. "He was on the wrong side of the road, and he almost crashed up into a car, a...
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Hillary Clinton Embraced Police and Prison Reform...
Murder, theft, and other wickedness. In a major speech delivered last week in the wake of unrest in Baltimore, Hillary Clinton made a stirring and unequivocal case for reforming the criminal justice...
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New York City Police
“Screwing with the Democratic Party”: Fear and lo...
With around 250 in attendance, the event room at Civic Hall is packed. I’m actually part of the overflow, watching Harvard Law professor Lawrence Lessig’s presentation on massive closed-circuit TVs in...
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