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Bobbies on the beat: St. Louis aims to redraw police districts

In the dark and dangerous London of the mid-19th century, the British prime minister, Sir Robert Peel, had a plan to create a safer city. He brokered the creation of a professional police force whose members bore his name for decades to come. They were known, rather endearingly, as "Bobbies."

Taking fees but not performing: elements of fraud include intent

The mortgage market instability that began to surface in 2007 became a full-scale crisis the following year. The fallout from it played a role in triggering the Great Recession and left millions of people behind on their mortgage payments.

'Share the blessing' scheme leads to investment fraud convictions

Church-going people are often categorized in particular ways by others. More than 200 hundreds years ago, for example, the celebrated historian Edward Gibbon claimed that Christians' lack of civic zeal helped bring down the Roman Empire.

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