The thousands who crowded the streets in summer are gone, and only a few dozen stand vigil in the freezing cold outside the Ferguson police department.
National Guard troops and police are preparing for a third night of violence in Ferguson, Missouri.
Angry over the shooting of Michael Brown, thousands of people in August took to the streets of Ferguson, Missouri, with the hope the policeman who shot the unarmed black teenager would be charged.
Thousands of Russian social media users have been mockingly comparing the unrest with last year's Euromaidan uprising
60 people were arrested in Ferguson as protesters scuffled with police who used tear gas and pepper spray
Grand jury document dump includes sharply different versions of what happened in Ferguson.
Mayor James Knowles said the officer who shot Michael Brown remains on leave pending an internal investigation. Meanwhile, he criticized Mo. gov. Jay Nixon for his delayed response to unrest in Ferguson.
The medical examiner was unable to take photographs of the crime scene because his camera died.
Aiming to head off more looting and rioting, Missouri's governor on Tuesday ordered National Guard reinforcements into the St. Louis suburb of Ferguson following overnight violence ignited by the clearing of a white police officer in the fatal shooting of an unarmed black teenager.
He also urged protesters to demonstrate peacefully.
Director of the library praised those who have given "stunning donations."
The body of an African-American man in his early 20s was found in a car this morning at 9 am in Ferguson, Missouri
Overhead flights were restricted and police fired tear gas as rioters took to the streets in the St Louis suburb
People across the country demonstrated for the second night on Tuesday after a grand jury in Ferguson, Mo. announced its decision not to indict police officer Darren Wilson in the shooting of Michael Brown.
The announcement by a St. Louis grand jury not to indict police officer Darren Wilson caps weeks of speculation and sparked protest action late Monday night.
A timeline in the shooting of Michael Brown by police officer Darren Wilson in Ferguson, Mo. and the subsequent fallout.