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Baltimore asks U.S. Justice Department to review police practices

Police gather at North Ave and Pennsylvania Ave in Baltimore, MarylandBaltimore officials asked the U.S. Justice Department to investigate its police department for civil rights violations after the death of a black man from injuries sustained in police custody, Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake said on Wednesday. The review will look into police practices such as frisks, street stops of suspects and arrests to see if they violate the U.S. Constitution, Rawlings-Blake said at a news conference. The request follows the April 19 death of Freddie Gray, 25, who sustained spinal injuries after being arrested by police. Six officers were charged last week in a case that is the latest in a series of deaths in the United States of unarmed black men involving police officers.


State official: Clinton email practices 'not acceptable'

Karen Kaiser, general counsel at The Associated Press, testifies on Capitol Hill in Washington, Wednesday, May 6, 2015, before the Senate Judiciary hearing on open records laws. Kaiser testified that despite promises of greater transparency by the Obama administration, most agencies are not abiding by their legal obligations under open records laws. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci)WASHINGTON (AP) — A State Department assistant secretary said Wednesday it's "not acceptable" for any agency employee to conduct government business on a private email server as former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton did.


Sayonara, Snooze Button: 6 Hacks to Give You More Time in the Morning

Sayonara, Snooze Button: 6 Hacks to Give You More Time in the Morningby Marissa Miller, Teen VoguePhoto: Courtesy of PBteen.comGetting up in the morning can be so miserable, there's literally a word for "finding it hard to get out of bed" (dysania, for those of you looking to impress your Scrabble opponents). But ride the struggle bus no longer, because the end of the semester is nigh and it's time to actually...


Boston bomber 'would always go along' with older brother, friend says

Dzhokhar Tsarnaev is pictured in this handout photo presented as evidence by the U.S. Attorney's Office in BostonBy Richard Valdmanis BOSTON (Reuters) - A longtime friend of Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev's family on Wednesday told jurors deciding his sentence that he was a studious youth and adored his older brother, who cultivated a deep interest in Islam, politics and conspiracy theories before the 2013 attack. Attorneys for Tsarnaev are seeking to spare his life by painting him as a normal teen who went astray when he followed his older, domineering brother Tamerlan in carrying out the attack on the world-renowned race. "Anytime Tamerlan would say 'Let's do this or that,' he would always go along. He would be a good younger brother, I would say," Elmirza Khozhugov told jurors via a remote video feed from Kazakhstan in Central Asia, where he now lives.


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