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Chicago Tries High-Tech Approach to Curb Violence Chicago Tries High-Tech Approach to Curb Violence
Tue, May, 16, 2017
Chicago is turning to technology in an effort to curb violence. Shibani Mahtani from the Wall Street Journal has the story.
At least 108 college athletes who faced serious charges were picked up by another school At least 108 college athletes who faced serious charges were picked up by another school
Fri, March, 3, 2017
College athletes booted from universities over serious charges are finding homes at other schools. Melissa Korn from the Wall Street Journal has the story.
Police Body Cameras Don't Reduce Use of Force Police Body Cameras Don't Reduce Use of Force
Mon, November, 28, 2016
WSJ's Zusha Elinson with surprising results from the use of body cameras by police.
How Bill Cosby Could Hide Another Side of His Personality How Bill Cosby Could Hide Another Side of His Personality
Mon, January, 4, 2016
Psychologist, Dr. Bart Rossi, tries to give insight into the mind of accused rapist; comedian Bill Cosby.
10 Things Americans Steal Most 10 Things Americans Steal Most
Thu, November, 5, 2015
Catey Hill from MarketWatch explains some of the items sticky-fingered Americans swipe most often.
Inadequate Data Hampers Law Enforcement in Fight Against Rising Crime Inadequate Data Hampers Law Enforcement in Fight Against Rising Crime
Mon, October, 12, 2015
Outdated systems for gathering national crime data have made it difficult for law enforcement agencies to know how to deploy their resources. Devlin Barrett of the Wall Street Journal has more.
How Risk Assessment Can be Used to Fight Crime How Risk Assessment Can be Used to Fight Crime
Wed, August, 12, 2015
How close are we to being able to predict crimes? Ben Casselman from FiveThirtyEight.com has the story.
Several Big U.S. Cities See Homicide Rates Surge Several Big U.S. Cities See Homicide Rates Surge
Mon, July, 13, 2015
USA Today's Aamer Madhani on what is causing the murder rate to increase in many American cities.