A police officer in St. Louis posted a meme on Facebook, and is under investigation by the department.
The Smith family's lawyer says the city of St. Louis withheld evidence it had since 2012.
Police Officer Jason Stockley was acquitted today in the shooting death of Anthony Lamar Smith. Newsweek reviewed court documents and broke down the arguments.
Stockley, a police officer, has been acquitted in St. Louis six years after he shot and killed Anthony Lamar Smith.
If passed, the legislation would also enable anti-abortion crisis pregnancy centers to operate without risk of political restriction.
Governor Eric Greitens has called a second extraordinary session in his first year in office to discuss stricter rules on abortion.
The defense tried to block the case on the basis of a federal law that shields gun companies from legal action.
The contest came down to razor-thin victories for both Trump and Clinton.
Twelve of at least 13 flood-related deaths were caused by vehicles being swept from flooded roadways.
The new judge's decision came in the wake of the fatal police shooting of unarmed teen Michael Brown last August.
A car and buildings were set on fire in St. Louis on Wednesday night, as protesters and police clashed.
Police shot a suspect, who they say pointed a gun at them, while he tried to flee the scene with another individual.
More than three dozen news organizations are asking Ferguson officials to drop criminal charges brought against two reporters.
Police arrested at least 23 people late Monday night.
Harris was charged on four counts, including "assault on law enforcement," after a gunfire exchange on the anniversary of the shooting of Michael Brown.
Officials issued a state of emergency Monday in St. Louis County.
One man was shot Sunday night after a peaceful weekend of street protests to remember the black teenager.
A witness to the Michael Brown shooting has filed a lawsuit against the city of Ferguson and police.