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Thursday, May 08, 2014

Police keep watch as demonstrators associated with the 'Occupy Wall Street' movement protest in Times Square on October 15, 2011 in New York City. (Mario Tama/Getty)

Outrage Cripples Nigerians in Face of KidnappingsĀ | After 10 Years Behind Bars, A Wrongfully Convicted Man Fights for What's His | Syrian Opposition Surrenders Homs | Rubbish: Uncovering the Problems With Trash | Can You Trust the Cops? | How Music & Technology Influence Each Other

Outrage Cripples Nigerians in Face of Kidnappings

Filmmaker Kenneth Gyang says people in Nigeria are feeling a deep sense of outrage and powerlessness, and some are beginning to conclude that Boko Haram and its kidnappings have become normal in Nigeria now.

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Is This America's Unluckiest Man?

Dwayne Provience was wrongfully convicted and spent almost 10 years in prison before being freed. He was awarded a $5 million settlement, but then the city of Detroit filed for bankruptcy and he never received compensation.

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Rubbish: Uncovering the Truth About Trash

What we throw away, where we toss it, and what gets recycled has been a concern for decades. As more and more Americans are living closer together in urban areas, the trash problem has become even bigger.

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Can You Trust the Cops?

Protesters plan to crowd a city council meeting scheduled for Thursday to voice their complaints against the Albuquerque Police Department in the wake of several police killings that have caused outrage.

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How Music & Technology Influence Each Other

From Chet Atkins to Jimmy Page, musicians have been pushing the technical limits of their instruments and gadgets since the first bang on a drum. And today, those limits are being pushed even further.

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