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Minimum wage fight moves to Wash. city ballot
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SEATAC, Wash. (AP) — The latest flashpoint in the nation’s debate over the minimum wage will happen on the ballot in a small suburb south of Seattle….

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3 planets could host life
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In the midst of chaos here on Earth, scientists are finding hope for life on other planets.

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Defense attorney shares secret recording, says judge urged his …
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A Detroit-area judge was secretly taped offering to free a drunken-driving suspect from jail if the suspect agreed not to pursue a police brutality suit against arresting officers, the Detroit Free Press reports. Timothy Corr, the …

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VIDEO: Dash-cam catches crash after vehicle drives into parked truck trailer …
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RILEY COUNTY, Kan. – Drivers in Riley County, Kan., 14 miles northwest of Manhattan, caught a dangerous crash on camera. Police say the one person inside the vehicle that crashed was taken to the hospital with unknown injuries. Police are investigating …

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Why Are Police And FBI Putting Strange Marks On People's …
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… be a sign of things to come around the country. Check it out; it shows police and the FBI doing warrantless check points and putting strange marks on people's hands in Michigan in this very obvious violation of civil rights of…

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City of Savannah to represent former city manager, assistant police chief and …
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The Savannah City Council on Thursday voted to represent former City Manager Michael Brown and Assistant Police Chief Julie Tolbert — as well as one former and one current Savannah-Chatham police officer — in a corruption lawsuit filed early this …

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Police are now turning into Robocops, complete with privacy …
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Police are now turning into Robocops, complete with privacy-violating head-cams. … will be a sum benefit. That line of thought is summed up by Cincinnati-based civil rights attorney Scott Greenwood, who told the online mag TheVerge that the police agencies around the country could save millions of dollars on litigation – if the technology is […]

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Sri Lanka's Downward Spiral
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The police have been widely criticized for failing to prevent the violence. … However, when it comes to Sri Lanka, the current situation would likely be even worse if it weren't for sustained international pressure regarding war crimes and ongoing …

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