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Today β€” August 14th 2020Your RSS feeds

Man Charged With Murdering 4-Year-Old Whose Killing Prompted U.S. Anti-Crime Operation

By Michael Levenson

The Justice Department last month named an operation to combat violent crime in cities after LeGend Taliferro, who was shot and killed while he slept in an apartment in Kansas City, Mo.

Yesterday β€” August 13th 2020Your RSS feeds

Confidence in Police Is at Record Low, Gallup Survey Finds

By Aimee Ortiz

For the first time in its 27 years of measuring attitudes toward the police, Gallup found that a majority of American adults do not trust law enforcement.

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In Push to Play, College Football Stars Show Sudden Unity

By Alan Blinder and Billy Witz

The blending of athletes’ #WeAreUnited and #WeWantToPlay campaigns showed students asserting themselves in ways that have been uncommon (and often stifled) in college sports.

In Push to Play, College Football Stars Show Sudden Unity

By Alan Blinder and Billy Witz

The blending of athletes’ #WeAreUnited and #WeWantToPlay campaigns showed students asserting themselves in ways that have been uncommon (and often stifled) in college sports.

Leaving Gun Towers and Barbed Wire for a Healing House

By Patricia Leigh Brown

Susan Burton, an advocate for formerly incarcerated women, is racing against the clock to shelter those freed early because of the surge of coronavirus cases in prisons.

Former Angels Employee Charged in Pitcher’s Overdose Death

By Christina Morales

Tyler Skaggs, who had fentanyl and oxycodone in his system at the time of his death, would not have died if not for the fentanyl, federal prosecutors said on Friday.

Former Angels Employee Charged in Pitcher’s Overdose Death

By Christina Morales

Tyler Skaggs, who had fentanyl and oxycodone in his system at the time of his death, would not have died if not for the fentanyl, federal prosecutors said on Friday.

In Poland, the Rainbow Flag Is Wrapped Up in a Broader Culture War

By Marc Santora

Three activists were arrested and charged after hanging banners on Warsaw monuments, while opposition lawmakers wore multicolor clothing and masks in a protest in Parliament.

Ex-Saudi intelligence official accuses Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman in lawsuit of ordering torture, assassination

By Hollie McKay

A former Saudi minister of state and intelligence official has filed an explosive lawsuit against Mohammed bin Salman (MBS), Crown Prince of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, alleging that he “orchestrated an ongoing multi-year conspiracy by a Saudi government-sanctioned ‘death squad’ to torture and assassinate” the ex-intel officer on both U.S. and Canadian soil.

In St. Louis, Testing Liberal Might Against a Democratic Fixture

By Nicholas Fandos

Cori Bush, an activist backed by the progressive group Justice Democrats, is trying to unseat 10-term Representative William Lacy Clay in a bid to turn protest-movement fervor into hard political power.

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