Monthly Archives: May 2014

Despite that record, sheriff describes drug suspects are "terrorists."

The critical injury of a Georgia toddler is merely the latest in a long line of casualties caused by the explosive devices.

Plus: Philadelphia pays out $14 million in police abuse cases, leader of Islamic anti-cartoon protests in Denmark apologizes.

Criminal justice reform is the first battle. Undoing the damage comes next.

Plus: SCOTUS on IQ and executions, NYPD to start carrying nalaxone.

. . . but everyone had only the best of intentions.

Plus: More shaken baby court challenges, ending the federal pot raids, Chuck Schumer to the rescue

Ruling comes as new book tries to rehabilitate Mike Nifong's reputation.

But the police-involved shootings in the city are improving.

Plus: Lawsuit alleges forced catheterization after DUI stop, activists want NYPD's IG to investigate spying, women in solitary.

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