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The New York Times › 17 minutes ago
The panel’s withdrawal is a blow to the government’s effort to meet public demands for an independent investigation into allegations of police brutality.
Chronicle Live › 11 hours ago
Simon Flint, 42, was arrested after threatening a group of teenagers and a passer-by with a crossbow in County Durham
The Guardian › 1 day ago
In one incident, police in Santa Rosa shot someone after mistaking their umbrella for a rifle
CBS News › 1 day ago
Government data shows startling inconsistencies in how long shelters and detention centers take to release migrant children to their families
RT › 2 days ago
In what appears to be the first firearm seizure linked to massive rallies, police in the former British colony have found a semi-automatic pistol and live ammunition – along with knives and even a Japanese sword. Read Full Article at RT.com
The New York Times › 3 days ago
Marchers are again expected to fill Hong Kong streets Sunday in a rally that will test the enduring appeal of an anti-government movement marking a half year of demonstrations.
Man who had to be flushed from Round Lake attic with fire hose during standoff with police charged with resisting arrest
Chicago Tribune › 4 days ago
Charges were filed against one of the two men taken into custody this week after an hours long standoff in Round Lake that ended with authorities having to go into the attic to arrest him, despite a fire hose being used to flush him out.
Arlington Heights man armed with knife barricaded himself in apartment following domestic incident, police use pepper spray to force him out
Chicago Tribune › 4 days ago
An Arlington Heights man is facing charges, police say, after a domestic disturbance where he ended up barricading himself in the apartment he shared with is girlfriend.
New York Post › 4 days ago
A woman was busted for pepper-spraying a trio of strangers inside an Upper East Side subway station Friday morning, police said. The woman was squabbling with a man as they got off a train at the 86th Street and Lexington Avenue 4/5/6 station around 9...
The Sydney Morning Herald › 4 days ago
A 45-page report documents what observers believe was excessive use of capsicum spray, overzealous use of batons and dangerous use of police horses to break up protest lines.
Al Jazeera › 5 days ago
Video journalist Veby Mega Indah was hit in one eye by projectile fired by riot police during protests in September.
The New York Times › 5 days ago
More than two months after being blinded in one eye by what she believes was a projectile fired by riot police, Indonesian video journalist Veby Mega Indah is still seeking answers.
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette › 6 days ago
A total of five women have been charged with attacking either Billie Jo Goldsworthy or her boyfriend, Mark Conn, who was left paralyzed.
ABC News › 6 days ago
Chicago Tribune › 1 week ago
“We still had to go in and get him,” Round Lake Police Chief Michael Gillette said. "He was pretty cold when we got him out."
Reuters › 1 week ago
Russian authorities said on Tuesday that two sisters should face trial for the premeditated murder of their abusive father, despite calls for leniency in a case that has shone a spotlight on domestic abuse in the country.
New York Daily News › 1 week ago
Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam says that clashes between protesters and police last weekend have dampened her hopes that a recent lull in the violence would allow
Daily Mail Online › 1 week ago
The thug from Middlesbrough was seen walking towards officers on Whitby swing bridge in North Yorkshire shouting: 'What the f*** is that doing? What the f*** is that doing? Are you mad?'
The New York Times › 1 week ago
Beijing said it would suspend visits to Hong Kong by American warships and impose sanctions on several nongovernmental groups. The measures suggest China is wary of upsetting trade negotiations.
UPI › 1 week ago
China retaliated against the United States on Monday for signing pro-Hong Kong legislation by suspending port calls by U.S. military ships to Hong Kong and imposing sanctions against non-governmental organizations.