The terms of the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal have been finalized. Now it has to get ratified by Congress. Details of the agreement are going to start becoming public. Bernie Sanders has already blasted it.
- A U.S. general says it was the government of Afghanistan that called in the airstrike that killed 22 people at a hospital in Kunduz. Doctors Without Borders has since left Kunduz, condemned the attack, and accused the U.S. today of trying to shift the blame.
- Hillary Clinton today called for a bunch of familiar gun control policy proposals that won't accomplish what she thinks they will.
- An Amtrak train derailed in Vermont. Seven have been hospitalized.
- NATO is warning Russia against crossing into Turkey's airspace to continue its airstrikes in Syria.
- A cop and his union in Rhode Island are complaining because a worker at a Dunkin' Donuts wrote "blacklivesmatter" on his coffee cup.
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How much does this cost?" shouldn't be a stumper.
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They are as safe or safer than other places and help make local law enforcement more effective.
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