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‘The Relationship Has Always Been Tense.' Philadelphia's Police Department Has a Troubling History With the City's Black Community

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Philadelphia is the latest American city to be at the center of racial tension and protests, after the Oct. 26 killing of another Black man by police officers.
Since the shooting of 27-year-old Walter Wallace Jr. in a West Philadelphia neighborhood by two members of the Philadelphia Police Department , an all-too-familiar series of events has followed: Protests and rioting, looting, violent confrontations between police officers and demonstrators, and pleas from family members of the victim for people to not destroy their communities.
Over 170 people have been arrested across four nights...
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Ravens-Steelers game postponed again as Baltimore reports more COVID-19 cases

Ravens-Steelers game postponed again as Baltimore reports more COVID-19 cases

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2 Bengals coaches to miss Sunday's game due to COVID-19

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NFL MVP Lamar Jackson among Baltimore Ravens to test positive for...

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Trump says Biden can only move into White House if he ‘PROVES' his votes...

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Top Iranian Nuclear Scientist Assassinated, State Media Reports

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‘Dead to me': Eric Clapton slammed for collaborating with Van Morrison on...

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The announcement that Eric Clapton and Van Morrison have teamed up on a song critical of Covid-19 lockdowns has the legendary musicians facing a barrage of criticism on social... Read more ...