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For People Of Color, Relationships With Police Are Complicated
Tensions in Ferguson, Mo., have become a flashpoint in an ongoing national conversation about race and police tactics. Depending on their race, people may have different relationships with police.
World's Largest Beverage Company Keeps Diversifying
In a $2.5 billion cash deal, Coca-Cola will buy a 16.7 percent stake in Monster Beverage — maker of the popular Monster energy drink. Energy drinks are a nearly $7 billion business in the U.S.
Copenhagen's First Free Supermarket Set To Open
Customers pay about $3 a month for operational costs. They also have to write a review of the products within a deadline or pay the consequences.
Russian Aid Convoy Parked Near Ukraine Border
A humanitarian aid convoy from Russia has reached the border with Ukraine. Russia is suspected of using the convoy to extend its influence there. Ukraine is battling a pro-Russian rebellion.
China's Wanda Group Branches Out Into Entertainment
A Chinese company this week made a play to become what could be likened to The Walt Disney Company of China. Steve Inskeep talks to Clifford Coonan, Asia bureau chief for The Hollywood Reporter.
N.C. Sheriff Terry Johnson On Trial For Racial Profiling
Justice Department officials say Alamance County Sheriff Terry Johnson illegally targeted Latino drivers and detained people without probable cause. Johnson's attorneys say the charges are baseless.
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