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Former poet laureate Robert Hass participated in the "Occupy Cal" campout at the University of California at Berkeley a couple of weeks ago and in the latest example of knee-jerk left-wing Reagan-bashing in the Times Sunday Review: Poet-Bashing
Flood waters expected in Motueka River Tasman District Council, Fuseworks November 21, 2011, 3:32 pm River levels are expected to continue rising in the lower Motueka River for the next 3-4 hours. Flood levels are expected to peak at the Motueka
Police say the man used the golf club and garden stake to hit street signs and trees before damaging a wooden fence, cracking a coffee-shop window and smashing the passenger side window of a parked car in Blamey Street, Kelvin Grove at 10pm on
A British police officer filmed striking a woman during protests surrounding the Group of 20 meeting in April 2009 has been cleared of misconduct and will not face disciplinary action...Delroy Smellie was seen hitting animal rights activist Nicola
Aylesbury concern over prison staff batons Aylesbury young offenders institution houses more than 400 men aged 18 to 21 Prison officers at a young offenders institution drew their batons nearly 40 times in two years, the chief inspector of prisons
What's the first thing you'd grab for a day trip to Liberty Island to get an up-close look at the Statue of Liberty? Yeah, most people would say a camera, maybe an umbrella on a rainy day but thousands of visitors are thinking differently.
Some 371 knives were recovered between January 2009 and September 2011, along with a cosh and a truncheon, the broadsheet reported, citing information obtained from the Parliamentary authorities. This year, in July, one person attempted to bring a
Officer Beating Protesters with His Billy Club Judging by this video, containment strategy doesn't seem to have worked particularly well...As far as we know it's the first time that's happened at occupation, which is now in its third week. It wasn't
If the Ahmedabad police have their way, then controlling the irate crowd either during the riots or rampages will be easy and effective soon. At the same time, the weapons used by the police to bring the crowd under control will not harm the members
Updated: September 28, 2011 1:00AM A Chicago man is accused of carjacking an SUV, plowing into a school bus with children and leading police on multiple chases Tuesday morning before being tased on the Northwest Side, officials said.