With No Police Shootings, Newark Makes Case For Consent Decrees

As U.S. police grapple with how to reel in use of force, the Newark police department managed to go all of 2020 without a police shooting or death.


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0:23Pregnant woman wearing a face mask and gloves.
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U.S. Birth Rate Declines For Sixth Straight Year

0:28Screen grab from body camera footage of Atlanta Police Officer Garrett Rolfe speaking to Rayshard Brooks.
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Atlanta Police Officer Who Fatally Shot Rayshard Brooks Is Reinstated

0:20The Pentagon
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Defense Department Watchdog To Examine Pentagon's Handling Of UFOs

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States, Businesses Offering Sweeteners For Getting Shots

0:22People hold signs as they attend a rally to support Stop Asian Hate.
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Video: 2 Asian Women Attacked In New York City

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0:28A sign is seen at the Logan Square Monument in Chicago, Saturday, March 20, 2021.
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2 Asian American Women Stabbed In San Francisco

1:45Attorney General Merrick Garland speaks at the Department of Justice in Washington.
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Attorney General Garland: Terrorism Keeps Me Up At Night

1:58Protesters march along the streets to protest the shooting of Andrew Brown Jr.

Breakthrough: Confronting Racial Trauma

0:26Neighbors inspect the wind toppled trees in this northeast Jackson, Miss.
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Flooding Hits Southern States

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Derek Chauvin Requests New Trial

1:14President Joe Biden
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President Biden Sets New National Vaccination Goal

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0:24A photo of Jeffrey Epstein and Ghislaine Maxwell
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Ghislaine Maxwell's Trial Pushed Back To Fall 2021

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Putin's Foe Likely Suffering From Long-Term Effects Of Nerve Agent

0:27Puerto Rican boxer Felix Verdejo
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Puerto Rican Boxer Charged In Murder

0:20Wreckage and debris from a capsized boat washes ashore at Cabrillo National Monument near San Diego.
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3 Dead After Boat Capsizes Near San Diego

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Southern States Brace For Severe Weather Again

0:25Gen. Mark Milley
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Top Military General Shifts Gears On Sexual Assault Policy

0:44Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., is joined by U.S. Rep. Grace Meng, D-N.Y., at a news conference.
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Asian American Business Leaders Combat Rise In Hate Crimes

0:24Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) Headquarters
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FBI Shoots Armed Man Outside CIA Headquarters

0:34Lawyers enter the Robert C. Byrd United States Courthouse in Charleston, W. Va.
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Key Opioid Trial Begins In West Virginia

0:31Bill and Melinda Gates
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Bill And Melinda Gates Announce They're Getting Divorced

0:59A high school senior gets the first dose of the Pfizer vaccine
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FDA To Authorize Pfizer COVID Shot For Kids Ages 12-15

0:53A sign from a recent rally against anti-Asian hate crimes
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Hundreds Rally Against Asian Hate In New York

0:48Caitlyn Jenner
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Caitlyn Jenner Opposes Transgender Girls In Women's Sports

1:16Mourners attend the funeral for Andrew Brown Jr.
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Funeral Held For Andrew Brown Jr. In North Carolina

0:49Person receives COVID vaccine shot
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Democrats Call On Government To Ease COVID Vaccine Patent Restrictions

1:57T-shirt Design

WTMJ: Milwaukee Designer Uses His Skills To Fight Hate