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Evesham, N.J., is one of thousands of U.S. police departments that use body-worn cameras. Joe Warner/South Jersey Times/Landov hide caption

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Can Body Cameras 'Civilize' Police Encounters?

Police in Ferguson, Mo., started wearing video cameras this week. What effect do they have on behavior? A criminologist reviews the (preliminary) evidence.

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Protesters demonstrate outside a McDonald's in Chicago. Hundreds of workers from McDonald's, Taco Bell, Wendy's and other fast-food chains were expected to walk off their jobs Thursday to push the companies to pay their employees at least $15 an hour, according to labor organizers. M. Spencer Green/AP hide caption

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Across The Country, Fast-Food Workers Rally For $15-An-Hour Pay

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Market Basket meat manager Bob Dietz of Methuen, Mass., (center) and other workers celebrate after watching a televised speech last month by restored Market Basket CEO Arthur T. Demoulas at a store in Chelsea. Steven Senne/AP hide caption

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In Market Basket's Win, Did Workers Change The Game?

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Sekou Siby worked at Windows on The World in the World Trade Center. He recorded a remembrance of his friend and colleague, Moises Rivas, who died in the twin towers, for StoryCorps and the National September 11 Memorial and Museum. StoryCorps hide caption

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Losing A Friend On Sept. 11 'Will Travel In Me My Entire Life'

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Eric Bleeker and a partner respond to 911 calls in this vehicle. The medical team can run simple lab tests and prescribe some drugs, which may spare a patient a trip to the ER. Eric Whitney hide caption

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Replacing An Ambulance With A Station Wagon

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Evesham, N.J., is one of thousands of U.S. police departments that use body-worn cameras. Joe Warner/South Jersey Times/Landov hide caption

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Can Body Cameras 'Civilize' Police Encounters?

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Edward Hirsch has written several books of poetry, including For the Sleepwalkers, Wild Gratitude and Special Orders. Courtesy of Knopf hide caption

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A Poet On Losing His Son: 'Before You Heal, You Have To Mourn'

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