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Yellow-Light Crusader Fined for Doing Math Without a License

Yellow-Light Crusader Fined for Doing Math Without a License

Mats Jarlstrom, at the intersection in Beaverton, Ore., where his wife received a red-light camera ticket.
Yellow-Light Crusader Fined for Doing Math Without a License

Yellow-Light Crusader Fined for Doing Math Without a License

Mats Jarlstrom, at the intersection in Beaverton, Ore., where his wife received a red-light camera ticket.
Jets Receiver Robby Anderson Is Accused of Threatening a Police Officer

Jets Receiver Robby Anderson Is Accused of Threatening a Police Officer

Jets receiver Robby Anderson sat on a bench in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., as he waited for a ride after being released from the Broward County Jail on Friday.
Do ‘Fast and Furious’ Movies Cause a Rise in Speeding?

Do ‘Fast and Furious’ Movies Cause a Rise in Speeding?

A traffic stop in Sacramento. Research suggests that watching movies about fast driving may encourage more fast driving.
Do ‘Fast and Furious’ Movies Cause a Rise in Speeding?

Do ‘Fast and Furious’ Movies Cause a Rise in Speeding?

A traffic stop in Sacramento. Research suggests that watching movies about fast driving may encourage more fast driving.
Do ‘Fast and Furious’ Movies Cause a Rise in Speeding?

Do ‘Fast and Furious’ Movies Cause a Rise in Speeding?

A traffic stop in Sacramento. Research suggests that watching movies about fast driving may encourage more fast driving.
Opinion: Grab a Pillow: Weekend Reads From Opinion

Opinion: Grab a Pillow: Weekend Reads From Opinion

The young Parker photographed at the National Portrait Gallery, by Ben Hines, went viral and led to a dance party with Mrs. Obama.
About New York: Caught on Speed Camera, a Senator Who’d Like to Shut Them Down

About New York: Caught on Speed Camera, a Senator Who’d Like to Shut Them Down

Senator Martin J. Golden, a Republican of Brooklyn, right, is one of a tiny number of car owners who have been ticketed 10 or more times for speeding in a school zone monitored by cameras.
Before an Arrest, Officers Tossed a (Virtual) Coin

Before an Arrest, Officers Tossed a (Virtual) Coin

Officers in Georgia used a coin-flipping app while they decided whether to arrest Sarah Webb after she was pulled over for speeding, according to video from a body-worn camera.
Before an Arrest, Officers Tossed a (Virtual) Coin

Before an Arrest, Officers Tossed a (Virtual) Coin

Officers in Georgia used a coin-flipping app while they decided whether to arrest Sarah Webb after she was pulled over for speeding, according to video from a body-worn camera.
Fixes: When It’s Hard to Make Ends Meet, Can Smart Apps Help?

Fixes: When It’s Hard to Make Ends Meet, Can Smart Apps Help?

A cashier ringing up a customer using a SNAP card at a supermarket in Framingham, Mass.
New York Says It Will Crack Down on City Workers Abusing Parking Privileges

New York Says It Will Crack Down on City Workers Abusing Parking Privileges

The number of city-issued placards has soared under the de Blasio administration, leading to their misuse. On Thursday, the mayor announced a new crackdown on scofflaws.
The Police Were Called for Help. They Arrested Her Instead.

The Police Were Called for Help. They Arrested Her Instead.

Naomi Bropho was imprisoned in 2017 for unpaid fines stemming from issues with her dog.
The Police Were Called for Help. They Arrested Her Instead.

The Police Were Called for Help. They Arrested Her Instead.

Naomi Bropho was imprisoned in 2017 for unpaid fines stemming from issues with her dog.
A Raised Middle Finger Is Protected Free Speech, Appeals Court Rules

A Raised Middle Finger Is Protected Free Speech, Appeals Court Rules

A woman who was handed a harsher ticket after giving the finger to a Michigan police officer in 2017 has the right to sue him, a U.S. appeals court decided last week.
A Raised Middle Finger Is Protected Free Speech, Appeals Court Rules

A Raised Middle Finger Is Protected Free Speech, Appeals Court Rules

A woman who was handed a harsher ticket after giving the finger to a Michigan police officer in 2017 has the right to sue him, a U.S. appeals court decided last week.
Ex-State Trooper Who Fired Taser at Teenager on A.T.V. Is Convicted of Manslaughter

Ex-State Trooper Who Fired Taser at Teenager on A.T.V. Is Convicted of Manslaughter

Mark Bessner, a former state trooper in Michigan, was found guilty of involuntary manslaughter on Wednesday. A previous trial had ended in a hung jury.