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New York's unusual plan to build minority confidence in its cops (+video)

In a bid to ease tensions, the New York Police Department will dramatically reform its stop-and-frisk policy, giving those stopped but not arrested a written explanation and a badge number.

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August 28, 2015

Photos of the Day 08/28

Former US President George W. Bush talks with Ashantae Martin (l.) and Ronjae Pleasant at Warren Easton Charter High School one day before the ten year anniversary of hurricane Katrina in New Orleans, La., Friday.

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