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Features by Sally Herships

Training is in short supply for police forces

Professional development is lacking, experts say, but costs can be prohibitory.
Posted In: police, policing, mentally ill, mental illness
Washington D.C. Police Officer Debra Domino models a body camera before a press conference at City Hall in Washington, D.C. Some say that the number of private police vs. public ones is a growing problem.

Accountability at question in private policing

Security guards outnumber government officers 3-to-2, but most have less training.
Posted In: police, private police, Crime
A look at some of the merchandising available at Hillary Clinton's online shop.

The merch tells the mood

Constrained or confident? Campaign T-shirts and onsies can say a lot about that.
Posted In: presidential candidates, merchandise, brands
The U.S. is looking to Europe to import eggs amid shortage.

The U.S. is facing an egg-tastrophe

The nation’s poultry industry is facing an unprecedented avian flu epidemic, which has led to a shortage.
Posted In: avian flu, eggs, imports

David Letterman wears the pants at Worldwide Pants

The production company was crucial when Letterman moved to CBS two decades ago.
Posted In: David Letterman, late night, late night talk shows, CBS, NBC

In police killings, numbers are scarce or inaccurate

Why is it so hard to get these life and death numbers?
Posted In: homicides, police, data
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The cost of stress in the police force

Police officers say they have less discretion about how they do their jobs.
Posted In: police, shooting, regulations

Not just fillies: women are becoming racehorse owners

More women are getting into horse racing by investing in syndicates.
Posted In: horse racing, syndicates, women
Offices at Facebook headquarters in Palo Alto, CA back in 2011.

The rise of the open-plan office

More offices are emphasizing trendiness over functionality.
Posted In: office, cubicles, Facebook, ergonomics, workplace, workplace culture

Calls for action against mental health discrimination

A new report says health insurance plans still discriminate against mentally ill.
Posted In: mental health, Affordable Care Act, health insurance

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