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An NYC program implemented to track the lives of “suspicious” Muslims has been disbanded. New York Police Commissioner William Bratton determined that the activity gathered can be collected in other (hopefully not so discriminatory) ways. The controversial program prompted two civil rights lawsuits, with the public protesting the program’s laws as unconstitutional, since it focused on people’s religion, national origin and race. In the six years the program existed, it never came up with leads or arrests for terrorism. [USA Today]

Momager Dina Lohan pleaded guilty to a DWI arrest on Tuesday. The DWI stems from a 2013 arrest in Long Island, NY. Lindsay’s mother will have to complete 100 hours of community service and pay a fine of $3,100. [US Magazine]

A clever police officer from Pennsylvania went above and beyond to protect women and children from a pervert. Police officer Chad Adams of the Pulaski Township Police Department dressed up as an Amish woman to catch a man who was exposing himself to people on the street. The photo of Adams has gone viral, with people praising him for his efforts to protect and serve. Local Amish residents lent him their clothes. [Newser]

A recent breakdown of New York City shows that the world’s biggest metropolis is also the most segregated. A student from the Harris School of Public Policy at the University of Chicago made the discovery with the help of the 2012 Census and an interactive map. The map shows that black neighborhoods are shrinking and becoming heavily mixed. African-Americans make up 90 percent of a handful of areas on the interactive map. [Huff Post]