For Missouri native Ryab Hatten, the death of Michael Brown hit close to home
The US National Guard tries to restore order in Ferguson, Missouri after a second night of unrest
Protests continued in Ferguson, Missouri, on the second night a police-imposed curfew
Speakers addressed the community with a series of moving speeches following a tense week of violence in the Missouri town
Nixon's office said they were unaware that the video, allegedly depicting the teen lifting cigars from a convenience store, had been released to the public
The federal autopsy was ordered "due to the extraordinary circumstances involved in this case and at the request of the Brown family."
Gov. Jay Nixon declared a state of the emergency after a week of protests surrounding the fatal shooting of Michael Brown
Racially charged protests entered their sixth night since the death of Michael Brown last Saturday
Wilson is a 6-year police veteran with no disciplinary history, Police Chief Jackson said.
Demonstrators chanting "hands up, don't shoot" held a vigil in Union Square before marching up to Times Square.
Lewis said the scenes from Ferguson remind him of the civil rights battles of 50 years ago.
"Officers slammed me into a fountain soda machine because I was confused about which door they were asking me to walk out of," a Washington Post reporter wrote.
St. Louis County police denied that the officer named by Anymous is employed by St. Louis County or Ferguson
Ferguson, Missouri is just the tip of the iceberg. Police departments across America have a military obsession.
Protests resumed Ferguson, Missouri on Wednesday evening after Wesley Lowery of The Washington Post and Ryan Reilly of the Huffington Post were arrested at a local McDonald's
Police Chief Thomas Jackson told a news conference the officer, who hasn't been named, was treated in hospital for swelling on the side of his face