Globe (tabloid)

Globe is a supermarket tabloid first published North America on November 10, 1954 in Montreal, Canada as Midnight by Joe Azaria and John Vader and became the chief competitor to the National Enquirer during the 1960s. In 1978 it changed its name to the Midnight Globe after its publisher, Globe Communications, and eventually changed its name to Globe. The newspaper, as well as most of its rivals, is now owned by American Media Inc. and is published out of American Media's headquarters in Boca Raton, Florida. Globe covers a widespread range of topics, including politics, celebrity news, human interest and high-profile crime stories. It recently led the fight to try to save TV's All My Children and One Life to Live.

History

In mid-November 1995, Globe caused controversy by publishing Tejana singer Selena Quintanilla-Perez's autopsy photos, causing retailers in her home region of South Texas to pull and dispose of that edition of the tabloid. The same pulling occurred in Boulder, Colorado in 1997, when autopsy photos of JonBenét Ramsey were published in the tabloid, though one local retailer retained stock of that edition.

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Poughkeepsie police begin using body-worn cameras

Daily Freeman 25 Jan 2020
— The city’s administration, with funding from the Common Council, has started phasing in body-worn cameras for the city's police force ... Last year, the city entered into a five-year lease agreement with AXON, a company that provides products such as body-worn cameras to law enforcement, military personnel and civilians around the globe....
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Bill Caldwell: The Staffleback gang was a 'tough crowd indeed'

The Joplin Globe 25 Jan 2020
He reported it to the police. The Daily Globe reported on Thursday, July 29, that Deputy Charley Rains, Constable Lafe Roe and Deputy Radley investigated the finding ... The Daily Globe minced no words in describing the family in the days following their arrest ... On Saturday, July 31, the Daily Globe noted all the gang were illiterate....
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Bill would allow lawmakers to hide behind tinted windows

San Francisco Chronicle 25 Jan 2020
Anastasia Williams, a Providence Democrat, introduced a bill Thursday that would carve out an exception for the state's lawmakers and officials to travel around behind tinted glass, The Boston Globe reported....
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Witnesses: Holy Cross coach turned into oncoming traffic

American Press 24 Jan 2020
Patrick Diggins, 55, the coach of the Holy Cross rowing team, allegedly blurted out a prayer moments after last week's horrific crash in Florida that injured 13 people and killed Holy Cross rower Grace Rett, The Boston Globe reported Thursday. “Please let me have had a green light,” Diggins said, according to a police report released Thursday....
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OSU police revamp diversity training

O'Colly 22 Jan 2020
Police officers are busy ... But the Oklahoma State University Police Department still made time to focus on diversity ... Captain Colt Chandler of the OSUPD explained why it is crucial for a university police department, especially, to adopt values of transparency and respect....
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Fox News prime-time avoided covering Australian bushfires until a Murdoch paper minimized the role of climate change

Media Matters 21 Jan 2020
“It was arson, perhaps not climate change.” Earlier in the program, frequent Ingraham guest Raymond Arroyo was upset about celebrities at the Golden Globes talking about climate change and the fires, and he noted that police had “arrested 12 people in Australia for those fires; they were blaming it on climate change -- wrong again.”....
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Painter Biswaal recovers social media handle hacked from Turkey

The Times of India 19 Jan 2020
The recovery, though partial, brought relief to the Biswaals and also their numerous friends and followers across the globe. The ace painter, who has also tweeted his gratitude to city police chief BK Upadhyay and TOI, is now likely to take up the case with Nagpur police cyber cell, which his wife had already approached....
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No more HRH for Meghan and Harry and no more public money - but what ...

AOL 19 Jan 2020
They will no longer receive public funds for royal duties. It continued ... 38 PHOTOS. Harry and Meghan in Africa. See Gallery ... ... [Photo. ITV] ... of ... Security expert Chris Mathers, who worked in intelligence for the Royal Canadian Mounted Police,told Canadian newspaper The Globe and Mail that the couple's annual security bill could be more than £7million....
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Review: James Bond. Elon Musk. No one is safe from two new TV series’ expert satire

The Los Angeles Times 17 Jan 2020
Created by Rob Corddry, Kristen Johnson, Jonathan Stern and David Wain, “Medical Police” spins off from the short-form Adult Swim comedy “Childrens Hospital.” Where “Avenue 5” evinces little interest in the tropes of science fiction, “Medical Police” is very much a parody of a globe-trotting action show....
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Batavia seminar teaches the art of survival

Kane County Chronicle 17 Jan 2020
Sarra is the deputy director of Controlled FORCE, a security firm headquartered in Batavia but with an international presence, providing training for police and military personnel around the globe ... In the aftermath of the 9/11 terrorist attacks, Controlled FORCE provided pre-deployment training for military police before being sent overseas....
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State police union agrees to GPS tracking with new contract

Dothan Eagle 16 Jan 2020
The State Police Association of Massachusetts, which represents the majority of the 2,200-member police force, agreed to the contract terms in recent weeks, The Boston Globe reported Tuesday ... Baker and the state police commander at the time implemented the GPS tracking in May 2018....
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Ed Redmon: Retired public employees need a COLA

The Hutchinson News 16 Jan 2020
Americans grant the word to our servicemen and women around the globe protecting our country, ......
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Curtain Call — ‘Once on this Island,’ ‘Grease” and more theater openings, previews Jan. 16-22

Chicago Sun-Times 16 Jan 2020
Joan Marcus ... Pick of the Week ... 2 ... 15 ... 29 ... Joe Martinez Leslie Ann Sheppard and Drew Schad star in “Sheepdog” at Shattered Globe Theatre ... Kevin Artigue’s drama about two police officers whose relationship is challenged by a police-involved shooting that roils the department; directed by Wardell Julius Clark ... Shattered Globe Theatre at Theater Wit, 1229 W....
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