Obama delays action on immigration reform until after November elections
Obama delays action on immigration reform until after November electionsReports coming out from several news outlets including this one from READ MORE
Update Ferguson, MO. – Darren Wilson’s first job was on a troubled police force disbanded by authorities
Darren Wilson’s first job was on a troubled police force disbanded by authorities Three years ago, Darren Wilson, the police officer that shot Micheal Brown was fired from the police department of the small READ MORE
Ferguson, Mo.- National Guard deployed, Chaos erupts again
USA Today is reporting in their story here that Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon early Monday moved to deploy the National Guard to Ferguson "to help restore peace and order," his office said. This effort has not stopped clashes between Protesters and Police tonight. READ MORE
Ferguson, Mo.-Autopsy Shows Michael Brown Hit At Least 6 Times
The autopsy performed by Dr. Michael Baden shows that Michael Brown, the unarmed black teenager was shot at least six times, including twice in the head by Officer Darren Wilson; the New York Times is reporting: The full report is below: READ MORE
More Cases Emerge-Ferguson Mo. Police has a history of Excessive Force and Civil Rights Violations
More Cases Emerge-Ferguson Mo. Police beat innocent man, then charged him with bleeding on their uniforms. RT.com is reporting this here: READ MORE
Ferguson:Obama urges Peace, Healing – Should Police Chief Thomas Jackson Resign?
[poll question='Should Ferguson Police Chief Thomas Jackson Resign Now?' options='Yes,No'] The VOA reports on President Obama's Concern Over Ferguson, Mo., Violence here: READ MORE
Missouri Governor, Lawmakers MIA As Chaos Breaks Out In Ferguson.
Missouri Governor, Lawmakers MIA As Chaos Breaks Out In Ferguson It doesn't appear that anyone is in charge in Ferguson, Mo. [poll question='Should the Ferguson police department release the name of the office READ MORE
Tennessee Denies Public Assistance To Drug Users
As reported by NPR here Welfare recipients in Tennessee now have to declare any prior drug history when they apply for public assistance. The vast majority of applicants said they were not drug users, but those who skipped the question were denied assistance, Bobby Allyn of member station WPLN reports for our Newscast unit. Supporters of the requirement say it's not in READ MORE
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