Fatal police shooting of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Mo.

The St. Louis suburb of Ferguson, Mo., has been the scene of protests since a white police officer, now identified as six-year veteran Darren Wilson, shot and killed an 18-year old black man on Aug. 9.

A chance for change as Ferguson votes for 3 City Council seats

The city council in the Missouri suburb best known for the shooting death of Michael Brown will gain at least one new black member.

'He's not the shooter,' says lawyer for suspect in Ferguson attack

The attorney for the man charged with shooting and wounding two police officers outside the Ferguson, Mo., Police Department said Tuesday that authorities had

In Ferguson, 'Officer Friendly' tries to ease tension on both sides

A police commander strives to bridge suspicions between officers and protesters in Ferguson, Mo., after a night of violence.

Ferguson officer shootings: Motive unclear, suspect search continues

Police were still evaluating tips, surveillance video and other evidence as they searched for possible suspects and the motive behind the shooting this week of

Obama on 'Jimmy Kimmel Live': 'No excuse for criminal acts' in Ferguson

President Obama, appearing on "Jimmy Kimmel Live," decried the gunfire that left two police officers injured in Ferguson, Mo.

Racist emails lead to 1 firing in Ferguson; report cites more hostility

The Justice Department's 102-page report on the Ferguson Police Department summarizes its conclusions in scathing language: Police persistently violated the

Ferguson grand juror sues prosecutor for right to speak about case

A member of the grand jury that declined to indict white Ferguson, Mo., Police Officer Darren Wilson in the killing of an unarmed black man filed a federal

Ferguson, Mo.: New recordings, documents released in Michael Brown case

The St. Louis County Prosecutor's Office released a slew of new documents late Monday from the investigation into the death of Michael Brown at the hands of a

Ferguson and our black-white divide

The reactions to the killing of Michael Brown by Ferguson, Mo., police Officer Darren Wilson, and the subsequent lack of action by a grand jury, spotlight yet again that while white and black Americans occupy the same country, many seem not to be looking at the same world.

Ferguson protest updates: Hundreds of arrests across nation follow grand jury decision

Protests ramped up for a second night in Ferguson, Mo., and other cities across the nation in reaction to a grand jury's decision to not indict officer Darren Wilson in the shooting death of Michael Brown. Brown's family and advocates continued to criticize a decision they found devastating, and Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon decided to deploy 2,200 additional National Guard troops in the Ferguson area.

Darren Wilson says his conscience is clear in Michael Brown's killing

The police officer who killed Michael Brown in Ferguson, Mo., says that if he had to relive that day, he would do the same thing.

Prosecutor's grand jury strategy in Ferguson case adds to controversy

Prosecutor Robert McCulloch knew the world was watching the Michael Brown investigation; some say he manipulated the result, but defenders say he did the right thing.

183 arrested during Ferguson protests in downtown L.A.

A large demonstration against a Missouri grand jury's decision not to indict a white police officer in the shooting death of a black teenager ended early Wednesday morning in downtown Los Angeles when police officers in riot gear surrounded a group of several dozen protesters.

At a Ferguson shop damaged again, owner cleans up and perseveres

Ferguson shop owner Sonny Dayan surveys damage at his store — as he did in August. Then, as now, he cleans up and perseveres.

No Wilson indictment -- yet no vindication for Ferguson police

But just because Police Officer Darren Wilson will not face a trial does not mean that the Ferguson, Mo., Police Department has been vindicated or that no consequences will result from this episode.

Ferguson decision: Readers blast police brutality, media, prosecutor

I would ask Americans to consider what message brutal attacks on young African Americans say to young people of color about police training and their civil rights.

Missouri governor orders more National Guard troops to Ferguson

At least a dozen buildings were burned and 61 people arrested during a night of violence and chaos in Ferguson, Mo., that followed a grand jury's decision not to indict a white police officer in the killing of an unarmed black man, police said early Tuesday.

LAPD to address local protests over Michael Brown shooting

Darren Wilson: Before the shooting, Michael Brown looked like a demon

It started with a simple request -- "will you just walk on the sidewalk?" Forty-five seconds later, Michael Brown lay sprawled on the street, shot dead by a police officer who had never before fired his gun in the line of duty. And as he drove away from the 18-year-old's body, heading to the Ferguson police station to wash Brown's blood from his hands and surrender his gun, all Officer Darren Wilson could think was, "I'm just kind of in shock of what just happened. I really didn't believe it."

Dramatic images of protesters shutting down L.A. freeway

'Justice for Mike Brown!' marchers chant in New York

Key spots in Ferguson protests

Interactive map shows key locations in Ferguson protests

Violence erupts after grand jury declines to indict Ferguson officer

A grand jury on Monday declined to indict a white police officer in the killing of 18-year-old Michael Brown, an unarmed black man, unleashing angry protests by

Amid racial tension, 'I love Ferguson' shop emphasizes community

With tension running high after the police shooting of Michael Brown, the 'I love Ferguson' store seeks to boost morale.

Police killing, beating of civilians raise issue of reasonable force

The question of how much force is reasonable lies at the heart of violent clashes between police and civilians like Michael Brown.

Calls for restraint grow as decision awaited in Ferguson shooting

Atty. Gen. Eric Holder asks demonstrators protesting fatal police shooting of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Mo., to remain nonviolent

Near Ferguson, a struggle that begins before kindergarten

While the nation was focused on Ferguson, Mo., this summer, my attention was on a St. Louis kindergarten classroom not far from where Michael Brown was shot and killed by a white police officer.

Ferguson Police Department needs 'wholesale change,' Holder says

Ferguson officer says he feared for his life

In Ferguson, volunteers have electronic eyes on police

A volunteer program called Copwatch fits residents of Ferguson, Mo., with tiny video cameras to record the actions of police.

Webcams in Ferguson offer noncurated views distinct from TV news

Nine days after the shooting of Michael Brown and well into the Ferguson, Mo., protests, I followed a Twitter link to an online stream from the website Vox.

Ferguson case reopens lingering wounds from previous police shootings

The police shooting of two unarmed black men 14 years ago helps explain the reaction to Michael Brown's death in Ferguson, Mo.

Amid Ferguson unrest, Antonio French finds a national following

Amid the protests over Michael Brown's shooting in Ferguson, Mo., St. Louis Alderman Antonio French rises to national prominence.

In Ferguson, strip mall sets the stage for nightly drama

In Ferguson, Mo., business owners have watched protests over Michael Brown's shooting and cleaned up after looters.

Ferguson protests subdued and smaller as National Guard pulls out

As Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon ordered the National Guard to begin withdrawing from this St. Louis suburb Thursday, the persistent protests over the police killing

China's state media jab U.S. on Ferguson

Eric Holder's trip to Ferguson, Mo., rooted in his civil rights pledge

U.S. attorney general had vowed to make civil rights enforcement a hallmark of his term. But Michael Brown case raises questions.

Protesters in Ferguson, Mo., ignore pleas to stay home

Heavy police presence gathers in Ferguson, Mo., as protesters rally over police slaying of Michael Brown.

Turmoil in Ferguson, Mo.: What you need to know

As turmoil surrounding a police shooting in Missouri continues, here are some questions and answers about what has happened so far.

Why don't we know how often a Michael Brown is killed by police?

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President Obama chooses his words carefully on Michael Brown

Aides say strong language about the police shooting of the black 18-year-old in Ferguson, Mo., would risk worsening the situation.

Seeing Michael Brown

Michael Brown's slaying in Missouri points up a legacy of degradation most vividly expressed in clashes between blacks and police.

Ferguson's police force can learn from LAPD

Michael Brown shooting in Ferguson becomes an international incident

A global audience is watching the unrest in Ferguson, Mo., with shock and sympathy, but also a sense of superiority

In Ferguson, cops and looters should be held accountable

A mother's lament: For young black men, high stakes and hard rules

The deadly police shooting of Michael Brown highlights the rules African American parents teach their sons.

On the Ground in Ferguson: Images from the streets

Among Michael Brown's neighbors, anger over a future lost

Friends and neighbors in Ferguson, Mo., knew police shooting victim Michael Brown as a good kid with a hopeful future.

Ferguson's mounting racial and economic stress set stage for turmoil

Ferguson's racial and economic troubles have been building for decades, fueling anger and resentment.

Race, violence in Ferguson, Mo., cop killing play out on Main Street

In Michael Brown shooting, images of police on the main street in Florence, Mo., gave story traction.

In Ferguson, peaceful protests after five nights of unrest