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‘I felt like a piece of trash’ – Life inside America’s food processing plants

Immigrant workers in USMaria Lopez will never forget that day. It was 2004, the middle of an ordinary shift on the line at Hormel Foods – a sprawling brick-and-concrete complex on the southern edge of Fremont, Nebraska.

The worker beside her fed pork shoulders one after another into a spinning saw, just as he did every other day of the week, while Lopez gathered and bagged the trimmed fat to go into Spam. The pace of work had always been steady, but the speed of the line had jumped recently – from 1,000 pigs per hour to more than 1,100 – and Lopez was having trouble keeping up.

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Staples: millions exposed in data breach

Staples hackedStaples Inc. said hackers stole personal information from up to 1.16 million payment cards used in the Northeastern United States during the busy back-to-school shopping weeks earlier this year.

Malware was deployed at 115 of the office-supply company's approximately 1,400 stores in the United States, the company said.

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Gunman Kills 2 Police Officers; Suspect Dead: NYPD

2 NYPD officers killedA gunman possibly bent on retribution shot and killed two NYPD officers sitting in their squad car Saturday in Brooklyn, according to police officials and other sources.

After firing on the officers, the man ran into a nearby subway station and turned his weapon on himself, officials said. The suspect died, an NYPD spokesman said.

The gunman posted an angry, threatening message about the police on a social media account, according to one law enforcement source.

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FBI Mishandled Evidence All Over America

FBIAn internal investigation at the Federal Bureau of Investigation has found that the agency mishandled, mislabeled, and lost evidence in every region of the country.

The agency is also storing more weapons, two tons more drugs, and less money and valuables than its records indicate.

The report was based on a review of more than 41,000 pieces of evidence in FBI offices and could affect future criminal investigations, since lawyers are able to get evidence thrown out of court because of record-keeping discrepancies. Most of the mistakes appear to come from the FBI’s transition to a computer system called Sentinel. But some of the errors include disappearing evidence, which is more serious.

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Ferguson DA Claims He Knew Witnesses Were Lying, Let Them Testify Anyway

Ferguson prosecutor McCulloch

Some witnesses were clearly lying when they spoke to a grand jury about the August police killing of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Mo., according to St. Louis County prosecuting attorney Robert McCulloch. In an interview about the case Friday, the prosecutor says he won't seek perjury charges.

Nearly a month after he announced the grand jury's decision not to indict Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson, McCulloch told St. Louis radio station KTRS 550 AM that he hasn't spoken publicly about the Michael Brown case because "I didn't want to fire things up."

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Supreme Court Clears Way For Same-Sex Marriages In Florida

SC alllows gay marriage in FloridaRejecting a request by Florida's attorney general to maintain a judge's stay that would have kept same-sex couples from marrying in the state, the Supreme Court cleared the way for gay marriages to be held in Florida next month.

The stay stems from a ruling by U.S. District Judge Robert L. Hinkle, who said in August that Florida's 2008 ban is unconstitutional.

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As a Major U.S. Problem, Race Relations Sharply Rises

RACE RELATIONS a major US problemThe percentage of Americans naming "race relations" or "racism" as the most important problem in the U.S. has climbed dramatically to 13%, the highest figure Gallup has recorded since a finding of 15% in 1992, in the midst of the Rodney King verdict. In November, race relations/racism was cited by 1% of the public as the most important problem.

Since 1992, the percentage of Americans saying race relations/racism is America's biggest problem has ranged from 0% to 5%. The jump to 13% this month comes on the heels of national protests of police treatment of blacks in the wake of incidents in Ferguson, Missouri, and Staten Island, New York, among others.

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