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Reporters shot to death on live television: shooter identified

Reporters shot to death on live television: shooter identified

Disturbing content on video that captures murder of a TV reporter and cameraman. UPDATE: shooter is dead.

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Can a society of spikes and body-cameras long survive?

Can a society of spikes and body-cameras long survive?

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The Love that replaces hatred and violence

The Love that replaces hatred and violence

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Jews and Catholics in solidarity against cop-killers

Jews and Catholics in solidarity against cop-killers

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New Jersey cops leave unarmed man with 200 stitches

New Jersey cops leave unarmed man with 200 stitches

Video evidence has emerged of a police beat-down of a 20 year-old man in Atlantic City. Officers allow a dog to attack him.

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Florida counties brace for violence in Zimmerman case

Florida counties brace for violence in Zimmerman case

A video produced as a public service announcement by Broward County FL is asking the public to "raise your voice and not your fist," anticipating violence should George Zimmerman be found not guilty of the killing of Trayvon Martin.

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Soundings 2: Diversity, guns, education, and the Post Office

Soundings 2: Diversity, guns, education, and the Post Office

sounding: noun, the act of measuring the depths or the heights. These soundings are short, not necessarily connected, and not in any order of importance.

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Mexico: tourists bound by bikinis raped by criminals

Mexico: tourists bound by bikinis raped by criminals

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Can new gun control law control violent crime?

Can new gun control law control violent crime?

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The case of Lizzy Seeburg illustrates complexities of sexual assault investigation

The case of Lizzy Seeburg illustrates complexities of sexual assault investigation

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A greater lesson from the Sandy Hook tragedy

A greater lesson from the Sandy Hook tragedy

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U.S. Marine writes senator and refuses to be 'disarmed'

U.S. Marine writes senator and refuses to be 'disarmed'

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The Newtown Massacre: a new low for our country

The Newtown Massacre: a new low for our country

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Michigan autoworkers, teachers rally to defend collective bargaining

Michigan autoworkers, teachers rally to defend collective bargaining

Pro-labor protesters tore down a tent lawfully erected by a group in favor of right-to-work laws in a multitudinous rally in Michigan. Protest was otherwise largely peaceful.

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Ongoing violence and killing in Syria ?unacceptable,? says Ban

Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon is gravely alarmed by reports of continued violence and killing in Syria, including shelling and explosions in various residential areas as well as armed clashes, and called the situation "unacceptable."

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Ohio wedding marred by brawling bride and female guest

Ohio wedding marred by brawling bride and female guest

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Mexican bordertown shows signs of turning the corner on violence

In Juarez, the murder rate is down and restaurant business is up.

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A Christian perspective on the Trayvon Martin case

A Christian perspective on the Trayvon Martin case

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The case of Trayvon Martin sparks debate on race and violence

The case of Trayvon Martin sparks debate on race and violence

A parent's nightmare: losing a child to violence, becomes the focus of a national debate on race and the reopening of wounds.

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Ethnic conflict brews over killing of Florida teen

Ethnic conflict brews over killing of Florida teen

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Five Dead In Violence In Russia's North Caucasus

Five people have been killed and three wounded during violence in Russia's North Caucasus region.

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Guatemala: Students and teachers fearful on the way to school

Guatemala: Students and teachers fearful on the way to school

Violent criminal gangs, known as 'maras', are to blame.

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The upshot of London's days of rage

The upshot of London's days of rage

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Ending violence against women begins with change in attitudes - Migiro

Strong laws are vital to ending violence against women, but the long road to tackling this scourge begins with a change in attitudes, Deputy Secretary-General Asha-Rose Migiro stressed today during a visit to Ethiopia.

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Risk of violence means UN electoral support must be more than technical - official

The political nature of elections means that United Nations assistance must involve more than just technical advice and include mediation and the use of good offices, given the potential for violence to accompany many polls worldwide, a top UN official said today.

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