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Police Killings Surpass the Worst Years of Lynching, Capital Punishment, and a Movement Responds

Video cameras have transformed how we view police killings. First, there was the horrifying homicide in July 2014 of Eric Garner, placed in a choke-hold for selling loose cigarettes and denied medical assistance for several long minutes despite pleading “I can’t breathe” eleven times. Then there was the shocking slaying …

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L’Oréal Paris Rinde Homenaje a las 10 Galardonadas del Premio Women of Worth Por Marcar La Diferencia En Sus Comunidades

Además, celebra el 10th aniversario del galardón, y anuncia la votación para la Galardonada Nacional NUEVA YORK – L’Oréal Paris presentó hoy a las receptoras del galardón Women of Worth 2015: 10 mujeres extraordinarias de diferentes partes del país, que donan su tiempo y energía de manera incansable, apasionada y …

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Several city or state ballot initiatives will also test voter preferences on school funding and the sharing economy.   The governor’s race in Kentucky and a school-funding battle in Mississippi are among the top races Tuesday in what otherwise is a relatively low-key, off-year election cycle. Just two states are …

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The price of safety on Metro transit

ST. LOUIS  – Reporter Elliott Davis traveled to Atlanta as part of an You Paid For It inquiry into security on Metrolink here in St Louis. Many St Louis Metrolink passengers say they don’t feel safe on the trains. They complain of being intimidated by other passengers and about illegal …

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