Thousands Protest Peacfully Around The Nation Following Ferguson Grand Jury Decision, More Protests Planned November 25, 2014
Police from departments around the nation reported that protests were mostly peaceful following Monday's announcement.
Harvard University And UNC Chapel Hill Being Sued Over Affirmative Action Policies By AP
The suite claims that affirmative action policies should be banned at colleges across the nation.
Israel Approves 200 New Homes As Arsonists Set Fire To West Bank Mosque By AP
An attack against a mosque in a West Bank village earlier Wednesday ignited a fire that destroyed its first floor. Faraj al-Naasan, the mayor of the village of Mughayer, north of Ramallah, blamed Jewish settlers for the blaze.
2 NYPD Officers Facing Brutality Charges Over Violent Beat-Down Of Teenage Pot Suspect By AP
"We had a 16-year-old boy with his hands up, seeking to surrender, who was attacked by members of the force who are supposed to protect him. ... He was defenseless," -- "We've all seen the video. It speaks for itself."
An Appeals Court Quietly Takes The NSA To Task Over Unconstitutional Surveillance By AP
The judges, all appointed by a Republican president, expressed uncertainty about where to draw the line between legal surveillance and violations of constitutional rights in the age of terrorism.
Intl Court: Despite Commiting War Crimes, No Action Against Israel Over Aid Boat By AP
Eight Turks and one Turkish-American were killed and several other pro-Palestinian activists were wounded when Israeli commandos stormed the ship Mavi Marmara on May 31, 2010.
The Day After: Obama, GOP In New Political Dynamic After Election By AP
Americans Losing Faith In Nation’s Most ‘Trusted Agencies’ By AP
In the space of just a few months, the reputations and approval ratings of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Secret Service, as well as the Veterans Administration, have been seen a decline.