All News Articles for 2015-03-02

Monday, March 2, 2015
Looks Like A Cop. Sounds Like A Cop. Says "I'm A Cop." It's Not A Cop.
Concerns grow over lack of training and regulation for private police, known in many states as 'special conservators of the peace' (SCOPs)
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Obama Task Force Calls for Significant Changes to Policing in America
Report recommends that law enforcement report shootings and other incidents of police brutality to federal government
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Corporate-Friendly Democrats Mobilize to Drag Party Rightward
So-called 'centrist' Democrats are attempting to distance themselves from progressive voices like Sen. Elizabeth Warren
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Highlighting Failed Policy in Syria, US-Armed Militia Falls to Al-Qaeda Affiliate
Harakat al-Hazm, armed with American anti-tank missiles, announces dissolution
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City of Cleveland Lawyers Argue 12-Year-Old Tamir Rice to Blame for Being Shot Dead by Police
The shooting of boy, who was holding a toy gun in a park and given almost no time to respond to officers' order, was captured on video
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Racist Policing in Ferguson Verified by DOJ Report
Results of federal probe to highlight culture of racial bias which led to shooting death of Michael Brown, officials say
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Iraqi Forces Mobilize for Largest Offensive Yet Against ISIS
Tikrit offensive seen as setting stage for future operation to recapture key city of Mosul
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What Rift? When It Comes to Palestinians and Human Rights, US and Israel As Close As Ever
'The unprecedented partisan rancor that Netanyahu's speech engendered on Capitol Hill has not really affected the fundamentals of U.S. policy'
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Iran: Let's Make a Deal
Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif says that sanctions relief key, but that Iran is prepared to settle nuclear arrangement once and for all
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Answers Demanded Following Fatal Shooting of Homeless Man by LAPD
Caught on tape by bystander, a graphic video shows several officers failing to subdue homeless man before opening fire
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