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"Hands up!" sign displayed at a Ferguson protest. (Photo:  Jamelle Bouie/flickr/cc)
A Department of Justice probe into the now-notorious Ferguson Police Department...

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Talk about viral: Last weekend, over 200 million people in China watched a new, deeply personal, meticulously researched, $160,000 documentary about that country's calamitous pollution, which on its worst "airpocalypse" days is said to resemble an airport smoking lounge. Some view the impact of the film, released on the eve of the National People's Congress, as akin to China's "Silent Spring." Journalist and filmmaker Chai Jing hopes so: "This is how history will be made."