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Nelly Discusses His 'Broken' Hometown With Holder

Rapper Nelly spoke to Attorney General Eric Holder Wednesday, telling him that changes must be made to rebuild community trust in Ferguson, Missouri.

'Go Kill ISIS and Leave Us Alone': Ferguson Poster Says

Demonstrator's message for cops following shooting of unarmed black teen Michael Brown.

Ferguson Cops Sued Over 2011 Alleged Wrongful Death

The Ferguson Police Department was hit with two federal lawsuits over the alleged wrongful death of a man that had been "tasered," NBC News confirmed.

Take a Look at James Foley's Finest Reporting

Although he was killed by ISIS, Jim's quest to chronicle modern war lives on through his journalism. Here's a sampling of his work for GlobalPost.

'Ninja' Attacked Uncle With Hammer, Cops Say

Michael Norley Jr., 29, was charged with attempted homicide, aggravated assault and reckless endangerment.

Dad's Daring Mission to Lure Home ISIS' Foreign Fighters

Dimitri Bontinck says only two percent of those who left home to fight in Syrian can be persuaded to return to their home countries.

'No Confrontations' in Ferguson as Arrests Plummet

Only six people were arrested in Ferguson, Missouri, overnight as fewer "agitators and criminals" attended protests, police said.

Rural Sheriffs Refuse to Enforce Federal Gun Laws

A growing numbers of sheriffs are saying they won't heed U.S. restrictions on guns, saying they violate constitutional guarantees.

Some New York Sheriffs May Not Enforce SAFE Act

In Otsego County, New York, population 62,000, Sheriff Richard Devlin says he enforces the SAFE Act but doesn’t make it a priority. "I feel as an elected official and a chief law enforcement officer of the county it would be irresponsible for me to say, ‘I’m not going to enforce a law I personally disagree with,’” he said. “If someone uses a firearm in commission of a crime, I’m going to charge yo

SeaWorld Trainers Won't Swim With Orcas in Shows

The drop of the appeal means trainers will not swim with killer whales during shows, although they still may swim with orcas behind the scenes.

Gun Advocates Work to Nullify Federal Authority

Gary Marbut wrote the nation's first "Firearms Freedom Act," which challenged the federal government's authority over firearms made and kept in Montana. A federal court eventually overturned the law.

Ferguson Protesters Hopeful Holder Can Bring Peace

"With Holder, you now have an eagle eye on the whole situation," one protester said after the attorney general promised a thorough investigation.

'Indefensible': UNM Women's Soccer Team Hazed Freshmen

The entire team took part in the alcohol-fueled incident but the school's athletic director denied a claim the girls were forced to strip naked.

'Bless You' Leads To High School Suspension

A Tennessee student says she was suspended for saying "bless you" to a classmate. She says the "bless you" led to an argument with her teacher over freedom of speech. WMC's Michael Clark reports.

"Bless You" Leads To Suspension

A Tennessee student says she was suspended for saying "bless you" to a classmate. She says the "bless you" led to an argument with her teacher over freedom of speech. WMC's Michael Clark reports.

Humane Society Rescues 400 Chinchillas

More than 400 chinchillas were rescued by the San Diego Humane Society, the largest animal rescue operation ever by the humane society.

Eric Holder Hopes Ferguson Visit Brings Calm to Community

During a press conference in St. Louis, Missouri, U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder says the federal investigation into the death of Michael Brown will be fair and thorough.

California Officer Who Beat Woman Stripped of Duties

Officials have stripped CHP Officer Daniel Andrew of his badge and gun, effective immediately, CHP officials said.

U.S. Mission to Rescue Foley in Syria Failed: Officials

The U.S. tried to rescue James Foley and other hostages held in Syria by Islamist militants, but the mission failed because the hostages weren't there, officials said.

Father Tries to Bring Home ISIS' Foreign Fighters

Dimitri Bontinck says only two percent of those who left home to fight in Syrian can be persuaded to return to their home countries.

What is Justice in the Michael Brown Police Shooting Case?

Missouri residents describe their vision of justice in the case of Michael Brown, an unarmed teenager who was shot and killed by police in Ferguson, Missouri.

Bold Names Like 'Bush' Join the Ice Bucket Challenge

The ALS 'Ice Bucket Challenge' has raised over $30 million in donations and a former president joins the craze.

Slain American Journalist James Foley Mourned Around World

His mother said he was strong, courageous and loving to the end. President Obama vowed to pursue his killers, the militant group ISIS.

Attorney General Eric Holder Visits Ferguson Unrest

The nation's top cop has promised a fair and thorough look into Officer Darren Wilson's fatal shooting of unarmed Michael Brown 11 days ago.

Schools Remain Closed for Students in Ferguson, Missouri

Officials have postponed school for nearly 12,000 students in a district where streets have erupted into violence after Michael Brown’s death.

Are You a Work Martyr?

Fears of work piling up could be putting a dent in vacation plans. A new survey says 40 percent of Americans don’t take all of their time off.

Pentagon Says Hostage Rescue Mission in Syria Failed

The U.S. tried to rescue some hostages held in Syria by Islamist militants, but the mission failed because the hostages weren't there, officials said.

Holder Meets With Brown's Family in Ferguson

The attorney general has promised a “fair and thorough” federal inquiry.

Teens Charged With SoCal School Shooting Plot

The boys, aged 16 and 17, are each charged with one count of making criminal threats.

Michigan Police Give Up Armored Vehicle

Police in Saginaw, Michigan have decided to give up their heavily armored Mine-Resistant Ambush Protected (MRAP) personnel carrier, saying that they do not have a need for it. WEYI’s Walter Smith-Randolph reports


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