Police Shootings; Political Divisions; Airport Hacks

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AirTrain rail service exits a station at JFK Airport in New York City.

After a man was shot and killed by a police officer in the stairwell of an East New York NYCHA building last week, Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams talks about whether police training needs to change. Plus: a look at whether closing frats will lower sexual assault rates on college campuses; the rise of the military-Internet complex; culture that unites the politically divided; and Bloomberg Businessweek recently put LaGuardia, Kennedy and Newark Airports at the top of its airport frustration index – on this very busy travel day we’ll take your hacks on how to make the best of bad (airport) situations.