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Deadly Ambush Attacks Against Cops Have Increased Dramatically This Year: Inside the 'Troubling' Report

Deadly Ambush Attacks Against Cops Have Increased Dramatically This Year: Inside the 'Troubling' Report

iStock/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) -- The number of law enforcement officers killed in ambush-style attacks has increased dramatically this year, according to a report issued today by the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund, a finding its spokesperson called "especially troubling."

Sixty-seven law enforcement officers died in the line of duty this year as of July 20 -- a small increase fro...

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The O'Jays Send Music Cease-and-Desist Letter to Trump Campaign

The O'Jays Send Music Cease-and-Desist Letter to Trump Campaign

David Becker/Getty Images for Nu-Opp, Inc.(NEW YORK) -- RB music greats TheO'Jaysare again objecting to the use of their music in connection withDonald Trump's bid for the presidency.

Last week, founding membersEddie LevertandWalter Williamsexpressed their displeasure with Trump for using their song "Love Train" at the Republican National Convention, with Levert declaring that The Donal...

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President Obama Tells DNC 'America is Already Great' and 'We Don't Look to Be Ruled'

President Obama Tells DNC 'America is Already Great' and 'We Don't Look to Be Ruled'

Alex Wong/Getty Images(PHILADELPHIA) -- President Obama delivered a resounding defense of the state of the country at the Democratic Convention Wednesday night and said Hillary Clinton would help defend his legacy in the White House, continuing the work left unfinished during his presidency.

The president also offered a stinging rebuke of Clinton's Republican rival Donald Trump, painting him as ...

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The O'Jays Send Music Cease-and-Desist Letter to Trump Campaign

The O'Jays Send Music Cease-and-Desist Letter to Trump Campaign

David Becker/Getty Images for Nu-Opp, Inc.(NEW YORK) -- RB music greats TheO'Jaysare again objecting to the use of their music in connection withDonald Trump's bid for the presidency.

Last week, founding membersEddie LevertandWalter Williamsexpressed their displeasure with Trump for using their song "Love Train" at the Republican National Convention, with Levert declaring that The Donal...

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Kareem Abdul-Jabbar Urges Police, Black Community to Engage in ‘Conversation’

Kareem Abdul-Jabbar Urges Police, Black Community to Engage in ‘Conversation’

ABC News(PHILADELPHIA) -- Former NBA All-Star Kareem Abdul-Jabbar urged police and the black community to start having meaningful conversations following both the recent targeted killings of law enforcement officers and the deaths of black men at the hands of police.

Its a frightening thing to see the breakdown start to occur like that because without the police, we dont have a civil society...

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