The Associated Press issued a clarification to a piece on a conspiracy theory about a number of Ferguson protesters following criticism from the Washington Free Beacon.
During the 1990s and early 2000s, the “Clinton body count” conspiracy was all the rage. Perhaps you got the same chain email I did: did you know over 50 individuals connected to President Bill Clinton have died in mysterious circumstances?
NBC News published a report Tuesday on the mayoral election in Ferguson, Mo. focusing on the race of the candidate who did not win.
A new video has emerged in the Michael Brown case that could show a different narrative than the one presented by the police.
A painting that depicts police officers as pigs and has been hanging in a tunnel of the Capitol will be permanently removed next week.
The FBI released crime data Monday morning showing that murders in the United States rose by 10.8 percent last year.
Organizers of the protests against police officers in Ferguson, Mo., reportedly spent “10 days in Palestine” recently, where they “sought to forge connections with Palestinian activists,” according to alternate news website Color Lines: News for Action.
Talk about a dramatic entrance. When the St. Louis Rams took the field last Sunday, several teammates raised their hands, palms out. It was an act of solidarity with Michael Brown, the unarmed black teenager killed last August in a struggle with a white police officer. Moments before his demise, it is said, Brown raised his hands and pleaded: “Don’t shoot.”
There is just one problem: It is not clear that Brown put his hands up.