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LAPD Deputy Chief Dennis Kato tracks crime statistics in near real time and searches across databases using new, more powerful analytics tools. Martin Kaste/NPR hide caption

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How Data Analysis Is Driving Policing

Police are getting better tools for mining data. They're supposed to make law enforcement more surgical, but some say it's a high-tech justification for targeting certain places and people.

LAPD Deputy Chief Dennis Kato tracks crime statistics in near real time and searches across databases using new, more powerful analytics tools. Martin Kaste/NPR hide caption

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How Data Analysis Is Driving Policing

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President Donald Trump with Pauline Conner, widow of 1st Lt. Garlin Conner, during a ceremony at the White House Tuesday. Trump presented the Medal of Honor posthumously to Conner for his actions in January 1945 during World War II. Susan Walsh/AP hide caption

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WWII Soldier Receives Medal Of Honor Posthumously

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Harley-Davidson motorcycle engines are assembled at the company's plant in Menomonee Falls, Wis. Tariffs from the European Union are prompting the company to shift production of some motorcycles for the European market overseas. Scott Olson/Getty Images hide caption

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Trump Urges Harley-Davidson Not To Shift More Production Overseas

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James Meadours delivers the keynote address at a summit in New Jersey to propose reforms to prevent sexual abuse of people with intellectual disabilities. Meadours, a rape survivor with an intellectual disability, travels the country to raise awareness. Joseph Shapiro/NPR hide caption

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States Aim To Halt Sexual Abuse Of People With Intellectual Disabilities

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Bolero Enjoys A Revival Thanks, In Part, To 2 Teenage Sisters

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