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Alabama Cops Planted Drugs on Black Men for Years

Members of a narcotics investigation squad for the police department in Dothan , Alabama planted drugs and weapons on young black men since the mid-1990s with the approval of their superiors - one of whom is now the state's Assistant Director of Homeland Security.

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Clifton students arrested for plotting to blow up high school

Clifton Police spokesman Robert Bracken says the students built a device - but the device had no explosive properties. Content Preview This content is exclusive for Optimum, Time Warner, Comcast, customers with access to News 12. Police found a "suspicious device" when investigating the threat, but the device was later proven to be non-explosive, authorities said. Police also said someone else may have helped the students come up with the plan.

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Everything you need to know about HIV and AIDS

We speak with author and Florida State University professor Diane Roberts about her new book, "Tribal: College Football and the Secret Heart of America". Recently Global NGO TeachAIDS has roped in 22 leading Indian film actors to create instructional animated multi-media content to promote HIV education, especially in schools.

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Father charged in death of missing Searcy toddler

The father of a Searcy toddler who has been missing for more than a year was arrested and charged with capital murder late Tuesday night, police said. Dozens of volunteers spent weeks scouring the neighborhood about 50 miles northeast of Little Rock. Last month, Mr Clifton said he was still searching for his son, 'looking at cars that pass, in parks'.

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Thai Airways International shares drop due to safety concerns

Thai Prime Minister, Prayuth Chan-ocha Wednesday moved quickly to press Thai aviation officials to overcome safety concerns and standards after the FAA downgrade of the country's safety ratings. The regulator said those areas could include technical expertise, trained personnel, recordkeeping, or inspection procedures. "Normally, we do not fly to the USA anyway", Deputy Prime Minister Somkid Jatusripitak told reporters, referring to how Thai Airways stopped direct flights to America in ...

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Dancing Traffic Cop Fired For Protesting Against Black Lives Matter

However, it seems that on the other side of the river, in East Providence, people may feel differently about the 68-year-old. Lepore had previously been turned down for a traffic-directing job by the police department in neighboring Providence.