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Common sense arrives on Wall Street

The financial crisis saw bank CEOs engaging in some extremely dangerous activities. For instance, Andrew Ross Sorkin recounts a fraught journey by Morgan Stanley CEO John Mack in his book, "Too Big To Fail."

Background: Mack had been summoned from his office in Times Square to the New York Fed, and so he jumped into his chauffeur-driven Audi, only to find it stuck in traffic on the West Side Highway.

Report: NYC police illegally kept log of juveniles' fingerprints

NYPD car.
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New York City police until recently illegally kept a database of fingerprints from juveniles who'd been taken into custody, AP reports.

What we know: The Legal Aid Society says the repository contained tens of thousands of youths' fingerprints. Bulletins have also been issued to the Department's 36,000 officers notifying them of the procedural change.