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Today β€” April 21st 2019Your RSS feeds

Columbine Survivors Reflect, and Reckon With Specter of Future Shootings

By JULIE TURKEWITZ

On the 20th anniversary of the Colorado school shooting, survivors gathered to remember their classmates who were killed. Several said they now worry about their own children.

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20 Years After Columbine, Schools Have Gotten Safer. But Fears Have Only Grown.

By DANA GOLDSTEIN

The panic of mass shootings has ramped up efforts to secure schools. But anxieties remain high, even as federal data shows that schools are less violent.

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Police Officer Wounded in Wild Shootout in Upper Manhattan

By JAMES C. McKINLEY Jr. and ALI WINSTON

Two officers cornered a man with a gun in a parking lot, who fired at them. The man was fatally shot and one officer was wounded.

β€˜Infatuated’ With Columbine: Threats and Fear, 20 Years After a Massacre

By JULIE TURKEWITZ and JACK HEALY

The frenzied hunt for an armed woman drove fears that Columbine still had the power to captivate would-be attackers, and that the community would never be free.

Officer Who Used Gun Instead of Taser Won’t Face Charges for Shooting Unarmed Man

By EMILY S. RUEB

The Pennsylvania police officer had an “honest but mistaken” belief he was using his Taser before he wounded the man, investigators said.

Retro Report: 20 Years After Columbine, What Have We Learned?

By CLYDE HABERMAN

A horrifying mass shooting that unfolded onscreen in real time has become a recurring nightmare with a well-worn script.

A Police Officer Shot a Woman in Pajamas. Here’s Why It May Be Hard to Convict Him.

By RICHARD A. OPPEL Jr.

Prosecutors may not find it easy to convince a jury that a former Minneapolis officer committed a crime when he fatally shot an Australian woman while on duty. Here’s why.

Pete Buttigieg Faces Scrutiny Over β€˜All Lives Matter’ Remark in 2015

By MATT STEVENS

Mr. Buttigieg said Thursday that he had not understood at the time that the phrase had become a sort of counter-slogan to the Black Lives Matter movement.

Nonfiction: The Author Who Tased Himself to Reveal the Failures of High-Tech Policing

By ADAM WINKLER

In “Thin Blue Lie” Matt Stroud untangles the web of law enforcement agencies, for-profit corporations and politicians that have put technology at the center of policing.

14 Officers Indicted on Assault or Cover-Up Charges in Beating of Black Men

By ADEEL HASSAN

Twelve current and two former officers are accused of beating four black men after a barroom dispute in Springfield, Mass., or participating in a cover-up of the assault.

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