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The drug war marches on.

He did what police officers are supposed to do -- put himself at risk to save a life.

The Burley sisters say they were raided, roughed up and verbally abused, but because they can't name the perpetrators, they won't get a fair day in court.

Bush appointee lashes out at union for blocking DOJ consent decree

It's a gobsmacking documentation of systemic racism, harassment, brutality, and constitutional violations -- not just by individual officers, but as a matter of policy.

A New York Times feature spotlights a Maryland cop, but glosses over the the trail of brutality left by him and the department he works for.

What to do about the problem isn't entirely clear.

Study shows cameras reduce police use of force, but only when officers use them consistently.

Video that contradicts police narratives has brought some accountability for officer misconduct. But it's getting harder to get such videos released.

Two videos show how police cameras can be helpful and instructive, or just another way to deceive

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