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  1. Federal Ferguson Review Finds More Than 100 Lessons For Police

    An assessment of police response to the demonstrations there calls into question strategies like the overwatch tactic, with officers using rifle sights to survey the crowd from atop tactical vehicles.
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  2. Mexican Broadcaster Uses Trump's Words To Blast U.S. In Soccer Match Promo

    Azteca created an advertisement for the upcoming U.S. versus Mexico game, using clips of Trump's remarks on immigration.
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  3. Why Utah Is The Only State Trying To Track And Limit SWAT-Style Tactics

    For all the talk of police militarization, no reliable statistics exist on the number of raids by SWAT or other heavily armed tactical teams. There are no federal or state tallies — except in Utah.
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  4. Dogs Can Detect Seizures Before They Happen, Trainer Says

    Some dogs have the power to detect epileptic seizures before they occur, becoming a powerful ally to the disabled, a dog trainer says.
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  5. Report: In A Decade (Or Sooner), Pakistan Could Be No. 3 Nuclear Power

    Two think tanks estimate that Islamabad could have 350 warheads in the next several years as it outpaces rival India and several other nations in production.
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  6. John Oliver Says U.S. Students Learn Virtually Nothing About Africa

    So we asked a former U.S. student who went to live in Africa to come up with 11 factoids — a crash course on the continent. Note: We will not test you on these facts.
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  7. Report: Judges Have Too Much Control In Public Defense System

    A new report by criminal defense lawyers finds judges involved in the cases of people who are unable to pay for attorneys too often put their own fingers on the scales.
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  8. What Happens After You Get That Mammogram

    What are the odds that you'll get a false positive when you get a mammogram? How likely is it that it will detect cancer? Here's one way to look at it.
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  9. Video: GM driverless cars

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  10. Colorado Symphony's New Associate Conductor: More Than A Musical Understudy

    Christopher Dragon, the Colorado Symphony's 25-year-old new associate conductor, makes his official debut Wednesday night.
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