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N.Y. MTA Officer Sings Anthem at Knicks Game

November 8, 2012
A New York state transit police officer will sing the national anthem before the New York Knicks' NBA game on Friday after a ceremony honoring the victims of Superstorm Sandy.

UC Fla. Cop Shoots, Kills 7-Eleven Robbery Suspect

November 7, 2012
St. Petersburg police are trying to determine if a 7-Eleven robbery that resulted in a suspect being fatally shot by an officer is related to a recent robbery at another 7-Eleven.

Suspected Freeway Shooter Arrested In Mich.

November 7, 2012
The mother of I-96 corridor shooting suspect Raulie Wayne Casteel, who was arrested at his in-laws' Wixom home Monday night, says she was worried her son was mentally ill and tried to get him help.
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Sheriff Arpaio Elected To Sixth Term

November 7, 2012
Maricopa County (Ariz.) Sheriff Joe Arpaio won a sixth term Tuesday in what was his closest race. Arpaio defeated challenger Paul Penzone, a veteran Phoenix Police officer, and Mike Stauffer, a Scottsdale Police lieutenant.
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Calif. Retains Death Penalty, Softens Three Strikes

November 7, 2012
California voters sent a mixed message to public safety Tuesday by retaining the death penalty, softening three-strikes sentencing for violent felonies, and increasing penalties for human trafficking.
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Maryland Police Lose Bargaining Rights

November 7, 2012
Voters in Montgomery County, Md., stripped the Fraternal Order of Police's Lodge 35 of some of its bargaining rights by approving the Question B measure.
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Colorado, Washington Legalize Marijuana

November 7, 2012
Voters in Colorado and Washington legalized recreational marijuana, setting up a showdown with the Department of Justice. Also, Massachusetts became the 18th state to legalize marijuana for medical purposes.
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Ballot Measures 2012: Death Penalty, Legal Marijuana, Bargaining Rights

November 6, 2012
Today, voters in three states will decide whether to legalize recreational marijuana and in California will consider reshaping sentencing for violent offenders.

Video: Ind. Cop Demoted for Appearing In Hip-Hop Video

November 6, 2012
Gary (Ind.) Police Chief Wade Ingram demoted one of his patrolmen who appeared with his cruiser in a YouTube video with people flashing guns and gang signs.

Calif. Cops Shoot, Kill Naked Man

November 6, 2012
A busy Fremont neighborhood was jammed Monday morning as police investigated a deadly officer involved shooting, where two officers fatally shot a 37-year-old San Jose man who police say was naked and chasing his wife with a knife.
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