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Internal Probe Moving Swiftly in Chokehold Death

by Associated Press, Tom Hays, Colleen Long
NYPD Car

Giacomo Barabaro, flickr

The New York Police Department's internal affairs unit is now investigating whether any officers will be disciplined for their roles in the videotaped arrest that ended in the chokehold death of Eric Garner.
 
The internal probe was on hold pending the outcome of a grand jury's decision on whether Officer Daniel Pantaleo should face criminal charges.

Morning Brief: November 25

by Kris Venezia
Ferguson, Missouri.

peoplesworld, Flickr

A grand jury decided not to bring charges against white police officer Darren Wilson who shot African-American teenager Michael Brown. The decision from the court angered some protests who decided to take action Monday night. [New York Times]

Weather

Today, cloudy with a high of 54, and tonight, cloudy with a low of 43 degrees. [Full Forecast]

Protesters Hit Wall Street in Costume

by Associated Press
Street sign of Wall Street
Mathew Knott, flickr

Protesters speaking out against corporate greed and other issues showed no signs of giving up their campaign Monday, with organizers urging participants to dress up as what they called corporate zombies and to take part in a rally against police brutality.

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