Portlands Bizarre Experiment With Not Policing Proud Boys Rampage Ends in Gunfire

Portland’s police force chose to stand back and stand by.


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Portland’s Bizarre Experiment With Not Policing Proud Boys Rampage Ends in Gunfire

Robert Mackey

Portland’s police force chose to stand back and stand by as Proud Boys who came to the city to fight with anti-fascists assaulted protesters and a right-wing gunman opened fire.

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Little-Known Federal Software Can Trigger Revocation of Citizenship

Sam Biddle, Maryam Saleh

Known as ATLAS, the software mines various federal databases for derogatory information. It runs autonomously on Amazon servers.

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