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Following a series of unsatisfactory apologies , United's stock dipped causing the company to lose nearly $1 billion as a result of public outrage over the brutal and inhumane treatment of Dao to make room for a United employee. He took "full responsibility" and apologized to Dao in a Tuesday letter to employees, insisting that "no one should ever be mistreated this way". But police officers should try to find out what they are going into and to defuse the situation, if possible, experts ...
  • Boy killed in classroom was 'happy child' with rare disorder

    Boy killed in classroom was 'happy child' with rare disorder

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    Burguan said Anderson had been arrested four times, from 1982 to 2013, on charges including weapons, domestic violence and theft - but none of those cases resulted in convictions. "This is truly tragic". Madden said police had received reports of the shooting at the school shortly before 10:30 a.m., and officers responded within minutes.
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    Putin says "outside entities" planning more strikes on Syria

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    He even appeared to suggest the United States may have more attacks planned. The United States on Tuesday sharply rejected Russian claims that the chemical agent sarin, which killed dozens of people in Syria last week, came from an airstrike on a rebel-held munitions depot rather than a deliberate attack by Syrian fighters on civilians.
  • After earlier denial, police say they have rapper's jewelry

    After earlier denial, police say they have rapper's jewelry

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    Police say members of Boosie's crew attacked the loss prevention employee and a police officer, then fled the scene. BILOXI, Miss. (AP) - A MS police department denies that officers took a rapper's jewelry. De Back says Boosie didn't participate in the assault. Givens and Coleman were released from the Harrison County jail Monday after posting $50,000 bail.
  • Md. lawmakers don't want to delay police reforms

    Md. lawmakers don't want to delay police reforms

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    Baltimore Police Commissioner Kevin Davis called the request by Justice officials for a 90-day delay in court proceedings over the agreement "a punch in the gut" and said , "We have to continue to stress the necessity of constitutional policing in Baltimore and break the culture of zero-tolerance policing brought to the city many years ago".
  • Clinton calls Russian election interference 'more effective theft than Watergate'

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    Comparing herself with Mary Mallon, who was isolated after she became the first person in United States to be diagnosed with typhoid, Clinton said that public opinion changed when she showed interest in running for the White House. As for dealing with Assad, Clinton told New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristof that she thinks the Syrian leader should have been stopped from bombing innocent people and dropping sarin gas on them.
  • Alabama governor quits over affair with senior aide

    Alabama governor quits over affair with senior aide

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    All of this might have never come out if it weren't for Alabama's former chief law enforcement officer Spencer Collier, who went public with allegations against the governor previous year. "I believe she should and hope she will (change it)", said Rep. Ed Henry, R-Hartselle. The committee on Monday started what was expected to be days of hearings leading to a vote on possible impeachment, but Bentley's departure stopped the process cold.
  • 'Manchester by the Sea' inspired duo to kill son

    'Manchester by the Sea' inspired duo to kill son

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    Scientific surveys of fire victims are conducted in the lungs and bronchi for smoke and soot, McBride said, and "this victim did not have any". Chenango County District Attorney Joseph McBride said during a bail hearing for Ernest and Heather Franklin last week that Jeffrey Franklin, 16, was killed within two hours of the couple watching the film on February 28, two days after the movie won Academy Awards for best actor and best original screenplay.
  • Judge Denies Justice Department Request to Delay Baltimore Police Oversight Hearing

    Judge Denies Justice Department Request to Delay Baltimore Police Oversight Hearing

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    But Justice Department lawyer John Gore said Attorney General Jeff Sessions is anxious about whether the agreement "will achieve the goals of public safety and law enforcement while at the same time protecting civil rights". The way it usually works is, say you're looking at [a specific provision] of a consent decree. After a almost two-year effort to reform the Chicago Police Department, the final piece of the puzzle may never come.
  • Russia criticises UK decision to cancel Johnson visit to Moscow

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    In the aftermath of the USA strike, Russian Federation pledged to help strengthen Syria's air defenses. The swift decision, by a President who had previously shown no interest in entering conflicts like Syria's, set Mr. Experts said the USA military strike could complicate Tillerson's diplomatic mission to Moscow, and that an escalation of tensions between the US and Russian Federation over the future of Assad also is possible.
  • Suspect arrested for trying to ram police auto near US Capitol

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    She was due in court Wednesday morning in a domestic violence case at approximately the same time as the incident at the Capitol, according to online court records in Maryland. Wednesday's incident evoked memories of a 2013 auto chase near the Capitol that ended with police fatally shooting the driver. Ferson said he heard what sounded like three gunshots.