Ferguson

Outbursts in Ferguson Overwhelm Organized Protests

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.

Michael Brown's Family Could Sue

Without a criminal indictment, Michael Brown's family might have no better legal recourse than to sue local authorities for the African-American teenager's fatal shooting by a white Ferguson, Missouri, police officer.

President Obama is Worried About Ferguson

U.S. President Barack Obama is concerned and disappointed at the violence that broke out after a Missouri grand jury decided not to indict a white police officer for the shooting death of an unarmed black teenager, a White House aide said on Tuesday.

Darren Wilson Remains on Paid Leave: Ferguson Mayor

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.

More Troops Head to Ferguson After Riots

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.

Photos: Protests Against Ferguson Grand Jury Decision

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.

Ferguson Awaits Grand Jury Decision

Missouri Governor Jay Nixon urged people in the St. Louis area to show respect and restraint following a grand jury's decision on whether to criminally charge a white police officer in the August fatal shooting of an unarmed black teenager.

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