Category Archives: Crime

After 2 Year Vote Fraud Investigation – FBI Swoops In, Arrests One-third of Toledo City Council

Adam Casalino of the Toledo Patriot Journal – President Trump made a major promise during his 2016 campaign to end corruption within the government, or to “drain the swamp.” It’s become so common for government officials to bend the law … Continue reading

Posted in Controversial, Crime, Donald Trump, government

America in Crisis

Oliver Darcy and Brian Stelter of CNN – What do you write on a day like this? How can the day be neatly summed up in a string of sentences and paragraphs? How can the pain, agony, frustration and fear … Continue reading

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UK police are using AI to predict who could become violent criminals

Thomas Macaulay in The Next Web – Police in the UK are using AI to identify future criminals in a pilot of a system that the government wants to roll out nationwide. The system uses a machine learning algorithm to … Continue reading

Posted in Artificial Intelligence, Crime, United Kingdom

Iconic Plymouth Rock vandalized, covered in graffiti: ‘Why? Why would someone do this?’

Rich Harbert, USA TODAY Network – “Why? Why? Why would someone do this?” Gayle Manning asked as she looked down at vandalized Plymouth Rock yesterday morning. Continue…  

Posted in Controversial, Crime

Despite recent violence, Chicago is far from the U.S. ‘murder capital’

By John Gramlich and Drew DeSilver of Pew Research Adjusting for its large population, Chicago is by no means the nation’s “murder capital.” For decades, in fact, it has had fewer murders per capita than many other U.S. cities with … Continue reading

Posted in Crime, Pew Research