President Donald Trump speaks at Suffolk Community College on July 28, 2017 in Brentwood, New York. Trump, speaking close to where the violent street gang MS-13 has committed a number of murders, urged Congress to dedicate more funding to border enforcement and faster deportations. Trump spoke to an audience that included to law enforcement officers and the family members of crime victims. (Photo by Kyle Mazza/NurPhoto via Getty Images)
President Donald Trump was just joking when he suggested police officers should let suspects' heads bang against the doors of their police cars ― or so White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sande...
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The 21-year-old student was arrested for allegedly trying to snatch a revolver from a woman cop.
The engineering student allegedly killed himself over harassment by college authorities.
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'Immediate action against officers responsible for inhuman attack on protesters'
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The right to bear firearms has a lot to do with the answer...
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Serena Williams is known for being one of the greatest living athletes in the world, and in a new powerful Facebook post she's vowed to use her platform to speak out against police brutality. The tenn...
Exposing cracks in the Indian legal system, a first of its kind study published by the National Law University highlights that one out of every three people given death sentence by trial courts in the...
On 30 January, the day Rohith Vemula would have turned 27, students from different universities came together at Ambedkar Bhavan to conduct a march, in continuance of the nationwide demand for justice. Sanghapali Aruna Lohitakshi, a PhD student from JNU, was also present with her camera, trying to document the protest march. But what her camera ended up capturing instead is a tale of brutal state violence against students. This is what she has to say about the experience.
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Washington: One of the two police officers who allegedly assaulted the 57-year-old Indian man in Alabama has been arrested and FBI will be conducting a probe into the matter to find out if there were...
Perhaps a starting point to cleansing the Indian police force would be to expel the trigger happy "encounter specialists", weed out the communal minded, punish acts of torture and prejudice, castigate the wrong doers through strict accountability. To stem the rot, people's rights and freedoms must trump the convenient nexus between power and police.