Police in major U.S. cities stop and question more than a
million people each year, a new study finds. Big surprise: Most are
black and Hispanic men, and almost all are innocent of any crime. The
numbers of those stopped, and often frisked, are way up from a few
years ago, even though crime rates are down. More here.
At a gathering in Harlem, dozens of men said they'd been stopped.
Paul Hawkins: "You see these guys? They're normal guys, you know?