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Move to cover up police firearms

Firearms carried by police officers in Scotland are expected to be covered with a new type of holster to make them less visible to the public.

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UK Tabloid’s ‘Public Interest’ Sex Sting

The Sunday Mirror says it was in the ‘public interest’ to entrap a Conservative MP in an elaborate sex sting. Many are questioning the paper’s justification.

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The Mystery Woman Who Outdid Dillinger

Behind bars in the same jail as the ‘Public Enemy No. 1,’ the Jane Doe had succeeded at erasing her fingerprints where Dillinger had failed

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Tom Sizemore’s Revenge

You couldn’t miss Sizemore in the ‘90s. Now, after a very public battle with drugs and Heidi Fleiss, the actor is trying to mount a comeback.

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TV’s Most Important Show Is Blowing It

Sixteen seasons in, ‘The Biggest Loser’ continues to be a ratings winner. But its coaches and producers are losing an opportunity to really educate the public about the science of weight gain and loss.

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Still Desparately Seeking Susan Sontag

She spent her life provoking people from all corners of life, and if we remember her most for the early essays, and even if her novels and movies were dreck, she was still our last public intellectual.

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Dole, Nazis, and Desperation in Kansas

Increasingly, GOP Senate hopes hinge on Kansas. And, increasingly, incumbent Republican Pat Roberts is becoming more and more unhinged.

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Still Desperately Seeking Susan Sontag

She spent her life provoking people from all corners of life, and if we remember her most for the early essays, and even if her novels and movies were dreck, she was still our last public intellectual.

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Obama: The Most Secretive President?

A presidential administration expected to be more open and transparent than preceding ones has become focused on keeping secrets, and preventing legitimate public inquiry.

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Police deal with ‘firearms incident’

Police dealing with a suspected firearms incident in Shetland urge the public in some areas to remain indoors.

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Public borrowing at £11.6bn in August

Government borrowing remained high in August, denting the chancellor’s efforts to reduce the public deficit, official figures show.

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Andy Murray regrets tweet fallout

Andy Murray speaks publicly for the first time about comments he made on the eve of the Scottish referendum.

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Scottish ministers ‘back Sturgeon’

Half the Scottish cabinet are publicly backing Alex Salmond’s deputy, Nicola Sturgeon, to replace him as SNP leader and first minister.

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GOP Nixes ‘Creative’ Iran Nuke Deal

The administration is preparing to let Iran ‘disconnect’ its nuclear centrifuges rather than actually dismantling them. Republican senators are already saying no way.

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Blackwater Founder: We Could Stop ISIS

Erik Prince says his old private army could have dealt with the Islamic State militants on their own—and that Republicans need to start fighting ‘like we pay them to.’

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Don’t Blame The NFL, Blame The Courts

The public has slammed the NFL for its weak response to domestic violence, just as it criticized universities for their handling of sexual assault. Neither should be held the arbiter of justice.

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Corruption, Clientelism and Censorship in Greece’s Media Landscape

It was just over one year ago when Greece was, once again, thrust into the international limelight. On June 11, 2013, the Greek government, in a sudden and surprise move, immediately shut down ERT, the country’s national public broadcaster. That evening, ERT’s frequencies throughout Greece went dark, putting an end to a national broadcasting institution that had been on the air continuously since 1938.

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Our Spineless Duopoly Strikes Again

From a new war in the Middle East to the reauthorization of a corrupt government programs, Republicans always find a way to disappoint everyone.

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Bobby Jindal vs. ‘Science Denier’ Obama

The likely 2016 Republican White House hopeful says it’s liberals who get science wrong. But will anyone buy it?

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ISIS Horror Show Strikes Britain

The beheadings of American journalists galvanized U.S. public opinion, pushing Obama toward war.

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