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The Two-Way

Body Cam Study Shows No Effect On Police Use Of Force Or Citizen Complaints

That's the conclusion of a study performed as Washington, D.C., rolled out its huge program. The city has one of the largest forces in the country, with some 2,600 officers now wearing cameras.

Volunteers assemble tens of thousands of sandwiches each day at the Coliseo in San Juan, Puerto Rico. Chef José Andrés, who is overseeing the massive effort to feed displaced Puerto Ricans, calls it "one of the most effective sandwich lines made by volunteers in history — I'm so proud of them." Christina Cala/NPR hide caption

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Chef José Andrés Has Served Nearly 1.5 Million Meals To Hungry Puerto Ricans

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Body Cam Study Shows No Effect On Police Use Of Force Or Citizen Complaints

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Blitt's 2008 New Yorker cover, "Fistbump: The Politics of Fear," was inspired by the rumors that circulated about the Obamas during that year's presidential campaign. The New Yorker via bado-badosblog.blogspot.com hide caption

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'I'm Just Trying To Make Myself Laugh': 'New Yorker' Artist Shares His Cover Stories

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Participants in a "Rolling Thunder" POW/MIA ceremony are reflected in a Vietnam War memorial at Lejeune Memorial Gardens in Jacksonville, N.C. Jay Price/North Carolina Public Radio - WUNC hide caption

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Having Changed America, The League Of POW/MIA Families Fades

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