Seattle Faces Backlash After Easing Up On Punishing Crimes Involving Mental Illness

Seattle Faces Backlash After Easing Up On Punishing Crimes Involving Mental Illness

Seattle is grappling with a crisis of what is sometimes called "visible homelessness" — people who live in the street and struggle with mental illness or drug addiction. It's a population that often commits small crimes, such as disorderly conduct or shoplifting to pay for drugs. And public frustration is growing.

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A deputy pulled over a car for speeding. That traffic stop saved a 12-day-old baby’s life

A deputy pulled over a car for speeding. That traffic stop saved a 12-day-old baby's life

When Deputy Will Kimbro stopped a car for speeding last month, he didn't know he would end up saving a newborn's life. The dramatic episode, which took place during a routine patrol in Berkeley County, South Carolina on June 11, was caught on a newly released video recorded by the officer's body camera.

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Report: Johnson & Johnson Under Criminal Investigation For Concealing Cancer Risks Of Baby Powder

Report: Johnson & Johnson Under Criminal Investigation For Concealing Cancer Risks Of Baby Powder

Federal authorities have launched a criminal probe into whether pharmaceutical giant Johnson & Johnson lied to the public about the possible cancer risks of its talcum powder, Bloomberg reported Friday, escalating a scandal plaguing the company for years as it faces several civil lawsuits from customers who claim that its Baby Powder was responsible for their ovarian cancer.

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Arizona police officer who shot unarmed man briefly rehired in order to receive pension

Arizona police officer who shot unarmed man briefly rehired in order to receive pension

Local media reports former police officer Philip Brailsford signed an agreement that allowed him to be temporarily rehired to allow him to apply for an accidental disability pension and medical retirement.

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