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Monday, April 14, 2014
Video: Phoenix Man Shot and Killed After Using Taser on Off-Duty Officer

A Phoenix man was shot and killed Friday night after he used a stun gun on an off-duty police officer. Jefferson Duncan, 32, died at the hospital, said Sgt. Tommy Thompson, a Phoenix Police Department spokesman.

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3 Dead in Jewish Community Center Attack in Kansas

Law enforcement sources say a grandfather and grandson were shot dead in the parking lot of a Jewish community center and a third female victim is dead at a nearby Jewish care home.

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Video: Thousands Honor NYPD Officer Killed by Suspected Arson Fire

Friends, family and fellow police officers bid an emotional final farewell Monday to NYPD Officer Dennis Guerra, who died after being critically hurt in a fire on Coney Island.

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Video: Illinois Officer Faces Charges in Elderly Man's 2013 Death

Cook County prosecutors announced the charges on Wednesday, alleging that the Park Forest police officer was reckless in his use of less-lethal weapons in an attempt to arrest a 95-year-old man.

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Sikhs Honor Officer Wounded During 2012 Temple Massacre

A Maryland-based Sikh organization has honored retired police officer Brian Murphy of the Oak Creek (Wis.) Police Department for his service when a gunman killed six worshippers at the Sikh Temple of Wisconsin. During the incident, Murphy was shot 12 times.

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Oakley's PRIZM Shooting Lenses

Performance eyewear manufacturer Oakley has long been known for consulting with its customers and potential customers before developing a new product line. The development process for the company's new PRIZM lenses is not...

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Video: Utah Officer's Widow Says State's Survivor Benefits Need to Improve

The murder of Utah County Sgt. Cory Wride Jan. 30 during a traffic stop in Eagle Mountain exposed a fault with Utah's retirement plan for police officers, Wride's widow Nannette Wride says.

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