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In First Interview, Darren Wilson Declares He Has A ‘Clear Conscience’
In an exclusive interview with ABC's George Stephanopoulos to be aired Tuesday evening, Wilson says he feared for his life.
How To Deal With Friends’ Racist Reactions To Ferguson
Michael Brown’s death didn’t cause a divide between you and the people in your social networks. It simply revealed one. Use the information you’re getting to decide which relationships
VIDEO: Car Plows Through Protesters During Ferguson Rally In Minneapolis
Star Tribune videographer Mark Vancleave shot video of the altercation during a solidarity rally Tuesday near the Minneapolis Police’s 3rd Precinct building.
VIDEO: Police Beat Man & 7-Month Pregnant Wife Then Deleted The Video, But It Survived On The Cloud
The seven-and-a-half-months pregnant woman approached the beating zone, and was swept 25-year-old Lazos-Guerroro’s legs out from under her. The obviously pregnant woman then fell
Obama Quietly Hiking US Troop Numbers In Afghanistan
Reuters reveals the US is moving forward with plans to boost troop presence in Afghanistan beyond levels pledged to the public.
Extending Nuclear Talks With Iran Is The First Good News From The Middle East In A Long Time
The deal will mean Iran agrees to make abundantly verifiable the entirely peaceful character of its civilian nuclear energy program and thereby cancel out Western suspicions that Iran’s
Occupy Kenya: Protesters March In Nairobi For An End To Violence
A march and sit-in dubbed Tumechoka, meaning 'We are tired' in Swahili, protests government inaction in the face of rising insecurity and terrorism in Kenya.
Ferguson’s Isn’t Just About Race — It’s About Guns Too
These charts show just how bad gun violence is in the US, compared to developed peers.
Thousands Protest Peacfully Around The Nation Following Ferguson Grand Jury Decision, More Protests Planned
Police from departments around the nation reported that protests were mostly peaceful following Monday's announcement.
Israel Detains 10-Year-Old As Rights Groups Slam “Shoot-To-Kill” Policy
Unrest has gripped Jerusalem and the West Bank on an almost daily basis for the past four months, flaring up after a group of Zionist settlers kidnapped and burned a young Palestinian