Videos of police violence have resulted in a wave of new apps that safely record acts of aggression. The new tools can spread awareness, increase solidarity and help bring belligerent officers to justice.
Cleveland activists have made a direct legal appeal for the arrest of two officers involved in the death of Tamir Rice. After Ferguson, many African-Americans don't trust the grand jury system. Spencer Kimball reports. (10.06.2015)
An act of police aggression at an out-of-control pool party in McKinney, Texas has revived an online call for moderation. #BlackLivesMatter remains the most important hashtag in the ongoing US debate on police violence. (09.06.2015)
US police have been accused of adopting military-style tactics and equipment. Some say, however, a failure to address violence and poverty has put law enforcement on the defensive. Spencer Kimball reports. (24.05.2015)
An Israeli rocket has taken off from Cape Canaveral in Florida, on course for a lunar landing that would make history for both the Jewish state and commercial space travel.
An unmanned Japanese space probe has successfully touched down on an asteroid some 340 million kilometers from Earth. Hayabusa2 will collect material that could help answer questions about the origin of life.
Breast cancer kills more women globally than any other cancer. Doctors in Germany say they've now developed a new test that can accurately detect cancer in the blood.
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