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US Justice Dept. Warns Law Enforcement: Street Gangs Actively Targeting Officers
The U.S. Department of Justice 's National Gang Intelligence Center has issued a bulletin to law enforcement agencies nationwide, suggesting that the general anger towards police could now be morphing into an organized effort to target both uniformed and plain-clothes officers -- especially by
Nearly 70% of Americans Say Race Relations Are Bad, New Poll Shows
Sixty-nine percent of Americans say U.S. race relations are generally bad, according to a New York Times/CBS News poll -- meaning Americans have reached a similar level of dissatisfaction as they felt after the Rodney King verdict 24 years ago. The opinion of race relations today are 12 percent
Christopher Darden Reveals New Details of OJ Simpson Trial
Former Simpson prosecutor Christopher Darden describes what happened behind the scenes in the landmark trial.
Marcia Clark explains domestic violence bias in the O.J. Simpson trial
Marcia Clark was the lead prosecutor in the O.J. Simpson criminal trial more than 20 years ago. She had worked on high-profile cases before, but the heavy public criticism she received in the media frenzy around the Simpson case was unparalleled. After the trial ended in Simpson's acquittal, Clark
'O.J. Made In America' Director Reveals How He Made the 5-Part Documentary
"O.J. Simpson: Made In America ," is a five-part documentary that explores the murder trial of O.J. Simpson, but also, his life and the world in which he rose to fame. For director Ezra Edelman, though, the film is so much more than that. It's actually, he said, about "everyone." "People respond to
Director Ezra Edelman on Why O.J. Simpson Story Still Fascinates
Ezra Edelman's five-part ESPN documentary, "O.J.: Made in America," explores what unfolded in courtroom and examines the racial tensions at the time of the trial.
Marcia Clark and Carl Douglas Reflect on the OJ Simpson Documentary, Trial and More
In 1995, the nation was singularly focused on the murder trial of O.J. Simpson, and the eventual not guilty verdict that the jury handed down after nine months of testimony. Now, in a five-part documentary that stretches over more than seven hours, director Ezra Edelman has explored not just what
Real-Life Prosecutor Reacts to Premiere of 'The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story'
“The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story,” premiered Tuesday night, and real-life prosecutor Marcia Clark, who is played by Sarah Paulson in the show, is giving feedback on what she thinks of the show so far. In an interview with Entertainment Weekly , Clark discussed the episode, and
LAPD Outfits Every Officer with Body Cameras
Officers talk about the effects of capturing their interactions with the public when out on patrol.
Feds Deploy Agents to Fight Baltimore's Record Slayings
Federal agents have joined with Baltimore police as part of a wide-reaching effort to curb the recent violence that one expert says appears to be modeled on Los Angeles’ response to the 1992 riots. The effort, launched today, involves personnel from the FBI , the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco,