Police Politics; Bridgegate Anniversary & Community Colleges

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NJ Gov. Chris Christie arrives in Fort Lee, New Jersey, to apologize to mayor Mark Sokolich for his administration's role in a GW bridge closure scandal.

The NYPD and City Hall are locked in a standoff, and the number of tickets issued by cops has dropped dramatically. NYPD Confidential columnist Leonard Levitt examines the politics of the standoff. Then: Marshall Project writer Clare Sestanovich puts police protests in a national and historical context. Plus: what we know a year after the Bridgegate revelations; President Obama's plan to cover tuition for students at community colleges; and a West Point English professor explains how she teaches future military officers to reckon with war and peace.