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The CIA and the government spying on homes has been a part of the rumor mill for years. With so many “smart gadgets” available, that scary idea may actually become reality. Even “dumb gadgets,” such as refrigerators, ovens, and lighting systems are now linked to the Internet. So how is the future looking? It’s possible that we will be living “with TVs spying on their viewers and beds recording the dreams of those sleeping in them.” That’s not a future I’m looking forward to. What about you?

Innocent people, mostly minorities, are getting arrested because police officers need to meet quotas. This has become an issue in the 41st precinct in the Bronx and probably many other areas not brought to media attention. Watch this video as Adil Polanco, a former 41st-precinct NYPD officer, uncovers what really goes on behind the system and how it’s all a numbers game.

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A self-appointed neighborhood watch captain shot and killed an innocent 17-year-old Black boy making his way home on a rainy night. This story has been going viral on the Internet and here on NewsOne. His family shares their reactions on the phone recordings of the event and asks the public to take action to help arrest the killer. Is this a race issue as the story claims or just another tragic event?

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