Hillary Clinton's and Donald Trump's responses to the weekend bombings in New York and New Jersey, as well as a mass stabbing in Minnesota, were markedly different.

Trump on Monday morning called on law enforcement to embrace increased racial and religious profiling as they sought out terrorism suspects, while Clinton said it's "crucial that we continue to build up trust between law enforcement and Muslim-American communities."

AMERICANAFEST 2016: A Roots Radio Tipsheet

Sep 19, 2016

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (HAVIGHURST)  --  The Americana Music Association Festival and Conference was a steady-state affair for industry insiders during its first decade, but in recent years the convention has grown and changed like the Nashville skyline. The 17th edition of the event launches at the Sheraton Downtown Hotel on Tuesday morning and spreads its musical tendrils across more than a dozen venues until Sunday night. The Association reports that in 2006, Americana showcased just over 50 bands for an audience of about 400 registered attendees.

MURFREESBORO, Tenn. (AP) — Deputy investigative editor David Fallis of The Washington Post will be in Murfreesboro this week.

Fallis will make a presentation on the newspaper's Pulitzer Prize-winning database of fatal police shootings.

The "Fatal Force" discussion is presented by the John Seigenthaler Chair of Excellence in First Amendment Studies at Middle Tennessee State University.

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I was in New York for the weekend, visiting a friend who lives on West 27th Street. We'd been in at an event in Brooklyn; in the cab home, the radio had been saying something about an explosion in Chelsea, on 23rd Street between Sixth and Seventh — four blocks from her home.

Small-Screen Titans Take The Stage At The Emmys: Our Live Blog

Sep 18, 2016

It was the night of the small-screen giants. And none stood taller at the 2016 Emmys than the HBO juggernauts Game of Thrones and Veep, which won for best drama and comedy series, respectively. The People v. O.J. Simpson also won the Emmy for outstanding limited series.

Game of Thrones and VEEP may have pulled off repeat wins at Sunday's Emmy Awards, but there was also plenty of room for fresh faces in the winner's circle.

The head wrap was brilliant blue. It mirrored the applique on the long yellow bodice of the strapless gown and was echoed in the shoes and handbag.

Lupita Nyong'o wore the outfit this past week at the Toronto premiere of her film Queen of Katwe. Fashion critics called it "flawless."

Chicago Police: All Patrol Officers To Wear Body Cams By 2018

Sep 18, 2016

CHICAGO  — Chicago police announced Sunday that they will expand the use of body cameras to include all officers on patrol by 2018.

Numbers of body cameras will increase by several thousand within the next two years so that every officer on patrol has access to the wallet-size cameras, Chicago Police Superintendent Eddie Johnson said.

"This expansion is a win-win for the public and for officers," he said, adding that their use should improve accountability and help build community trust.

An assailant at a mall in St. Cloud, Minn., stabbed at least nine people before the suspect was shot dead by an off-duty police officer, authorities said.

Police say he was "reportedly wearing a private security uniform" and began attacking shoppers at Crossroads Center just after 8 p.m., as Minnesota Public Radio's Tim Nelson told our Newscast unit. "Police said that the attacks occurred in several places in the mall," he added.

When To Call Attacks 'Terrorism'

Sep 18, 2016

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