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Philly Police Can’t Guarantee Safety Of Property If Eagles Win NFC Champ Game

The Philadelphia police department knows the Eagle's fan base well. Eagles fans are well-known by other NFL fans as some of the most distasteful in football, and the police department is having to prepare for what could be a raucous celebration.

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The Smoking Gun II: The FBI’s Concerted Effort To Interfere With The 2016 Presidential Election

Investigators say there is written evidence that the FBI found evidence that some laws were broken when the former secretary of State and her top aides transmitted classified information through her insecure private email server.

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Senate Votes To Reauthorize NSA Spying Program

While most Congressional observers are focused on the battle to avert a weekend government shutdown (an outcome that's looking increasingly likely), the Senate on Thursday quietly passed an extension of the NSA's spying program, sending the bill to the president's desk a week after the House voted to authorize the controversial plan.

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Gov’t Revokes Off-Grid Amish Community’s Religious Rights, Forces Them to Use Electricity

Despite the Yoder family never causing harm to anyone by not using electricity, the government is forcing them to connect to the grid anyway.

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New Charges Possible In Mandalay Bay Shooting While Mystery Shrouds Broken CCTV

New charges could be coming in the Las Vegas Mandalay Bay mass murder, an attorney for the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police said Tuesday during a courtroom battle over the release of search warrants related to the shooting.

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One Bad Apple? Half Of An Entire Police Dept Suspended—Including The Chief

Half of the city's police force has been suspended, including their police chief, amid allegations of official oppression and evidence tampering.

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Escaped Teen Helps Rescue 12 Starved Siblings, Parents Charged With Torture

Some of the 13 victims, aged 2 to 29, were starving, chained and bound in their California home. Police initially assumed the adults were children, as they were so emaciated. The 17-year-old who escaped was thought to be 10.

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WATCH: Cops Raid Park, Arrest a Dozen People, Including a Child—For Helping the Homeless

To "protect" society from the likes of "criminals" who'd dare to help out the homeless, police raided a park Sunday and arrested more than a dozen people.

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App That Crowdsources Bail Lets Anyone Help Disrupt America’s Mass Incarceration

At face value, the system’s corruption and breadth appear too overwhelming to tackle head on, but a new app places power in the hands of ordinary consumers, allowing them to chip away at some of the seemingly intractable authority of the U.S. prison system.

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BREAKING: Julian Assange Granted Ecuadorian Citizenship

Ecuador has granted citizenship to WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange after more than five years of living in asylum at the nation's embassy in London, officials announced Thursday.

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