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NYPD swears in over 500 new recruits
NYPD holds swearing-in ceremony just one day after an officer was slain while on duty in the Bronx.
What's next for NYPD's newest recruits
Former NYPD Commissioner Ray Kelly explains what's next for the new police academy recruits.
M*A*S*H: Where Are They Now?
Thirty years ago today, the world said good night to Hawkeye Pierce, Hotlips Houlihan, B.J. Hunnicut, Col. Potter, Winchester and Clinger for the last time. Inspired by the 1970 Robert Altman film of the same name, M*A*S*H premiered Sept. 17, 1972, and followed the staff of a hospital in South
Phone Fatigue: Voice Calls on the Decline
Is this the end of the line for the cherished telephone call ? For decades, it's played a starring role in our lives and pop culture (can you imagine "E.T." , for example, without it But according to some, its heyday could be winding down. In an article in the August issue of Wired magazine , Clive
From Actor to Activist, MASH Style
TVs. still here. I'm at a bar ski morning America now Mike Estes Mike Farrell the book is called just call me Mike. Good morning Mike good morning Hillary are you I'm doing fine almost admired your work in the reading your book just call me my kid He talk about your journey from. Being an actor to
Eyewitness to an Execution
Brian Rooney Gives an Account of Crips Co-Founder's Lethal Injection in California
Tookie Williams: Gang Founder Versus Nobel-Nominated Peacemaker
Stanley "Tookie" Williams' fight for clemency is a battle between his polar opposite legacies: the co-founder of the notorious Crips gang versus the Nobel Prize-nominated children's book author who warns against the dangers of gang life. Time is running out for Williams, who is scheduled to be
Ed Asner Sounds Off On Intelligent Design
Actor Performs Historic Scopes Monkey Trial as Real Towns Challenge the Teaching of Evolution
Celebrities Targeted For Anti-War Stances
Most Americans who've opposed the war are anonymous faces in the crowd, and their protests haven't cost them all that much. But for famous faces like actor Martin Sheen, freedom of speech could be costly to his career. And he says it ought to be. "You have to pay something," he said. "It has to