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Angela Moore

As U.S. police struggle to hire, next-generation cops seek more humane approach

31 Jul 2020

WASHINGTON Stephanie Robinson, 23, a rookie Black police officer on Detroit's West Side, has been challenged by Black residents about her loyalty while on patrol since the death of George Floyd under the knee of a white police officer.

UPDATE 2-As U.S. police struggle to hire, next-generation cops seek more humane approach

31 Jul 2020

WASHINGTON, July 29 Stephanie Robinson, 23, a rookie Black police officer on Detroit's West Side, has been challenged by Black residents about her loyalty while on patrol since the death of George Floyd under the knee of a white police officer.

CORRECTED-UPDATE 1-As U.S. police struggle to hire, next-generation cops seek more humane approach

31 Jul 2020

WASHINGTON, July 29 Stephanie Robinson, 23, a rookie Black police officer on Detroit's West Side, has been challenged by Black residents about her loyalty while on patrol since the death of George Floyd under the knee of a white police officer.

As U.S. police struggle to recruit, young cops seeks more humane approach

29 Jul 2020

WASHINGTON, July 29 Stephanie Robinson, 23, a rookie Black police officer on Detroit's West Side, has been challenged by Black residents about her loyalty while on patrol since the death of George Floyd under the knee of a white police officer.

'Do I need to be here?': Some New Yorkers decide to pack up and leave

23 Jun 2020

NEW YORK Rebekah Rosler and her husband did not intend to leave Manhattan for good in March when they packed up their three children and headed 50 miles north to wait out the coronavirus pandemic in her parents' vacant home in upstate New York.

Mothers as 'trauma surgeons:' the anguish of raising black boys in America

18 Jun 2020

NEW YORK/LOS ANGELES Raising black boys in America involves "constant mental anguish," Danielle Pattillo, a special education teacher in New York City and mother to two sons, ages 14 and 22, said. | Video

After surviving wars, pestilence, religions use technology to beat pandemic

13 May 2020

NEW YORK Throw a global pandemic at the world's religions, and you get confessions via Skype, virtual seders and recitations of the Koran over Facebook. | Video

Tiger with COVID-19 gets meds, TLC from New York's Bronx Zoo keepers

07 Apr 2020

NEW YORK Nadia, the tiger who tested positive for the novel coronavirus in New York, and six other big cats who developed a dry cough at the Bronx Zoo appeared to be on the mend on Monday after doses of medication and tenderness.

In brains of dead athletes, researchers seek clues to head trauma

22 Feb 2020

BOSTON Dr. Ann McKee of Boston University studies the brains of deceased football players at the world's largest brain bank, hoping to learn about the long-term impact of repeated head traumas for people ranging from professional athletes to victims of domestic abuse. | Video

Man who ate $120,000 banana at art show says 'I'm not sorry'

10 Dec 2019

NEW YORK A performance artist who ate a banana taped to a wall that was an artwork valued at $120,000 said his actions were not vandalism and he does not regret his snack at Art Basel in Miami Beach, Florida.

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