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Trump's 'vision of violence' may be off but city homicides are a troubling issue

The Guardian - ‎vor 13 Stunden‎
Advocates pushing for police accountability and an end to police killings of black Americans - widely regarded on the left as a new American civil rights movement - have called that argument “a reactionary attempt to undermine the movement”. Trump ...

Turkey seizes over 2250 institutions in post-coup crackdown

Hawaii News Now - ‎vor 8 Stunden‎
The streets of Turkey's major cities were quiet Friday, a day after Turkis... By CHRISTOPHER ... Gulen, a critic and former ally of Erdogan, has denied any knowledge of the attempted coup. Turkish officials say ... Turkish judges, military personnel ...

Attack in Nice Exposes Strains in Policing a Constant Threat

Wall Street Journal - ‎22.07.2016‎
Critics of the government say the security escalation is chipping away at the civil liberties that shape France's national identity.

This week's magazine | The English revolt

New Statesman - ‎20.07.2016‎
A new study by the Royal United Services Institute, Leiden University, Chatham House and the Institute for Strategic Dialogue has mapped the outcomes of 72 loneactor attacks over the past 15 years. .... His opponents fear that he will use the failed ...

The Republican Party Nominates Trump

The Atlantic - ‎19.07.2016‎
With Hillary's critics out in force, Trump was largely absent. Despite .... Ben Carson started out his convention speech with a warning to any would-be Hillary Clinton apologists lurking within his own party. ... That was the story shared by Senator ...

THE AMERICAN ELECTIONS: WHO'S WHO PART I – Profile Of Hillary Diane Rodham Clinton

Global News Network - ‎22.07.2016‎
She served as the 67th United States Secretary of State from 2009 to 2013, the junior United States Senator representing New York from 2001 to 2009, First Lady of the United States during the presidency of Bill Clinton from 1993 to 2001, and First Lady ...

South Florida 100 Forum July 24

Sun Sentinel - ‎22.07.2016‎
Last week: The story which was missed. .... The revenue must either be found elsewhere, or services cut but by reducing this burdensome tax, which Florida is alone in levying, the additional economic activity will make up some of the shortfall ...

Joel Alcox Is Resurrected

Santa Barbara Independent - ‎21.07.2016‎
“The DA's Office wants to keep this as quiet as they possibly can,” said Alcox's close friend John Davis, a retired Raytheon engineer living in Goleta.

Star Spangled Geeks

Backchannel - ‎19.07.2016‎
Some techies in the White House, including the nation's CTO (chief technology officer) Todd Park, readied a rescue plan - recruiting a small team of coders, steeped in the best practices of Silicon Valley, to save the project. ... GAO's David Powner ...

Donald Trump's Army on the Border

POLITICO Magazine - ‎18.07.2016‎
“When you hear 'union,' don't immediately turn off the dial,” Cabrera's co-host Border Patrol Agent Shawn Moran, the union's spokesman, warned listeners on their first talk radio show back in May. “This is not a liberal union. This is a very ...

The Daily 202: Seven things to watch at the Republican convention in Cleveland

Washington Post - ‎18.07.2016‎
CLEVELAND—Hurricane Gustav in 2008 and Hurricane Isaac in 2012 upended the first nights of the Republican National Convention.

Theresa May policy audit: how to feel about the new Prime Minister if you're left wing

New Statesman - ‎14.07.2016‎
As home secretary, she pursued an anti-immigration agenda with no serious thought for the economic consequences - or the impact on public services, with both schools and hospitals likely to feel the strain when restrictions on non-EU nationals earning ...

The Ugly Battle Over the Wildenstein Art Empire

Bloomberg - ‎11.07.2016‎
He had already told his story in the glossy Côte d'Azur beach read Paris Match a few months before. The last time a member of the insular Wildenstein clan made use of the mass media was the first time most Americans heard of the family: In the late ...

Obama speaks about racism, but what has he done about it?

FRANCE 24 - ‎13.07.2016‎
In the lead-up to Tuesday's interfaith service, some critics noted that Obama chose to memorialise the slain police officers but was not planning to visit the Louisiana and Minnesota communities where the two black men were killed. On the other hand ...

Some 6000 people detained in Turkey in crackdown on alleged coup plotters, government opponents

National Post - ‎15.07.2016‎
Before the weekend's chaos, Turkey - a NATO member and key Western ally in the fight against the Islamic State group - had been wracked by political turmoil that critics blamed on Erdogan's increasingly authoritarian rule. He has shaken up the ...

In Mississippi gay rights battle, both sides feel they are losing

Christian Science Monitor - ‎14.07.2016‎
“If you have a political process that is catering to fear, then that's the kind of public policy you are going to get,” says Mr. Fleming, the ACLU's chief lobbyist and a former state senator. “If you cater to somebody who is expressing hope, then you ...

Dallas shootings: Police lash Barack Obama over racial tensions

The Australian - ‎11.07.2016‎
Daniel Garcia, a former Phoenix police chief who served for three decades in the Dallas police department, said the president didn't always strike a neutral tone after police shootings in recent years and came down too harshly on officers.

South Florida 100 Forum July 17

Sun Sentinel - ‎15.07.2016‎
Whether it was a peace march with Snoop-Dogg and the LAPD in Los Angeles, or a silent Peace Walk for Unity in Coral Springs, now is the time to come together and love your neighbor and fellow man.

Trump demands an apology from Ginsburg, Loretta Lynch under fire, and China loses in Court

CainTV - ‎13.07.2016‎
o Former U.S. Army Reserve, Micah Johnson gunned down the officers in an ambush last Thursday after expressing anger over recent police killings of black people.