Sunday, August 18, 2019 | Updated at 1:35 PM ET

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It really is something out of Hollywood.

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A police officer in Puerto Rico was arrested Monday after he shot and killed three fellow officers at a police headquarters, investigators said.

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While there is widespread agreement that race relations in the U.S. are in a sorry state, but racial division exists regarding race relations' contribution to police violence. Multicultural groups in the U.S. are far more skeptical than whites about law enforcement's efforts to control crime. Also, Democrats are more disposed to mistrust law enforcement.

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President Barack Obama signed a new law requiring improved disseminating of information for police officers at risk in public.

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If you're in Rio catching the FIFA World Cup 2014, you might see some futuristic looking riot police clad in black armor resembling the titular character from the RoboCop reboot, along with gas masks that look like Darth Vader. That's just a sample of the massive buildup of 21st century military tech meant to secure visitors and "pacify" impoverished Brazilians, fed up with the country's massive spending on international sporting events.

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New York police are searching for the man who used a knife to stab two young children as they were on their way to get ice cream in East New York, Brooklyn Sunday evening.

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Six Americans have been held in a Honduran jail for more than three weeks after authorities charged them with illegal weapons possession.

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A five-month long undercover investigation has led officers of the San Diego County Sheriff's Department to crackdown hard on drug dealers who have been using the Internet to push products and attack customers.

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Police suspect that a 26-year-old Modesto, Calif. man murdered his husband and stuffed the body in an abandoned auto-body shop's freezer located in the state's Central Valley region.

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Emma Watson has hired a former NYPD lieutenant to be her personal bodyguard and pays Denise Morrone $150,000 (£90,000) a year. Morrone, who used to be with Staten Island's 122nd Precinct, was hired after an on-set incident with a fan that freaked out the Harry Potter star.

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For those who are unaware, Josephine Serrano Collier was the first Latina officer for the Los Angeles Police Department. She joined the force in 1946 despite her family's objections and her fiancé calling off their engagement.

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Consumer release for the wearable smart device faces roadblocks

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The cop patrols the Facebook community

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The New York Police Department is working hard to cut down on crime in the New York City metro area in the time leading up to the Super Bowl

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The New York City sex industry isn't glamorous. It's dark, seedy, lurid, and the sex work that the women and, to a lesser degree, men engage in carries the risk of danger, disease, sexual violence, and abduction. There aren't many tools that the sexually exploited demographic can use, but one tool that is at their disposal is condoms. With 50 percent of streetwalkers being African American and 25 percent being Latino, and the average age of prostitute in the United States being between the ages of 12-14 years old; it's ethic teenagers who continue to suffer HIV/AIDS and other infectious diseases at a high rate -particularly when police confiscate their condoms, a form harassment that's orchestrated in order to prevent sex workers from turning tricks.

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Last Saturday, Wisconsin's Dylan T. Grall assaulted two men who were speaking Hebrew, thinking that the two were conversing in Spanish.

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