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  • Police departments weigh in on use of military-type gear and guns

    Police departments weigh in on use of military-type gear and guns
    Beginning last Saturday, and then for several nights in a row, the image of Ferguson, Mo., police officers in camouflage pointing high-caliber rifles from armored vehicles at unarmed protesters was inescapable. Seeing that much military-grade equipment,...
  • First came data-driven policing. Now comes data-driven prosecutions.

    First came data-driven policing. Now comes data-driven prosecutions.
    Prosecutors' offices are finally joining the intelligence revolution that has transformed policing since the 1990s. That revolution dates to 1994, when William J. Bratton took over the New York Police Department and declared that his goal was to prevent...
  • Rev. Al Sharpton cancels NYC bridge protest as Garner probe continues

    Rev. Al Sharpton cancels NYC bridge protest as Garner probe continues
    The Rev. Al Sharpton said on Saturday he will cancel a planned protest that would have shut down one of New York City's busiest bridges and instead will lead a march on the office of the district attorney who is probing the death of Eric Garner....
  • Former NYPD sergeant sentenced to 58 months in $4.7 million scheme

    NEW YORK — A former New York City police sergeant who admitted duping investors in a $4.7 million real estate scheme was sentenced Friday to nearly five years in prison, a federal prosecutor said. When James Monahan met with people who were...
  • Al Sharpton plans march as Eric Garner's family speaks on chokehold victim

    Al Sharpton plans march as Eric Garner's family speaks on chokehold victim
    The Rev. Al Sharpton will lead a protest march across the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge in New York City later this month in response to a medical examiner's ruling that Eric Garner was the victim of a homicide after police placed him in a chokehold last...
  • Comic-Con 2014: ‘Under the Dome,’ ‘Scorpion,’ ‘Reign’ offer early looks

     
    Their characters may be trapped “Under the Dome” in Chester's Mill, but the hit CBS show's actors are willingly entering […]...
  • Survey: 81% of TV Directors Are White, Only 14% Are Female

    Minorities and women haven't achieved significant progress in directing series TV, according to a survey from the Directors Guild of America, with Caucasian directors accounting for 81% of all primetime episodes while female directors were hired on only...
  • NBC's 'Mysteries of Laura' is helped by 'America's Got Talent' lead-in

    NBC's 'Mysteries of Laura' is helped by 'America's Got Talent' lead-in
    A lead-in from the Season 9 finale of NBC's "America's Got Talent" helped "Mysteries of Laura" open strong in what was an overall solid night for the network. "America's Got Talent," a Nick Cannon-hosted reality show that crowned magician Mat Franco...
  • 'Walk Among the Tombstones' runs right into torture porn zone

    "A Walk Among the Tombstones" is the creepiest film I've seen in quite some time, and that's not meant as a compliment. This old-school thriller starring Liam Neeson as an unlicensed private investigator trying to right the world's wrongs has a very...
  • New Pastor In North Haven Gets New Name From DMV (He Wants Old One Back)

    New Pastor In North Haven Gets New Name From DMV (He Wants Old One Back)
    When the Rev. Gerald Lee Jones started a new job in July as pastor of Faith United Methodist Church in North Haven, he didn't know it would cost him his name. Jones had been living a pastor's life, with stops in Florida, New Mexico and, most recently,...
  • Philadelphia police sued by ACLU, which says filming led to arrests

    Philadelphia police sued by ACLU, which says filming led to arrests
    The American Civil Liberties Union filed a federal lawsuit against the Philadelphia Police Department this week, claiming the department has used excessive force repeatedly to stop civilians from filming officers in public in recent years, according to...