In a Friday morning interview, President Obama made it clear that Ferguson, Missouri's racist police practices are not unique.
During a protest in St. Louis' Central West End neighborhood Wednesday night, a minivan-driving man drove through a crowd of protesters, hitting four people. After he was stopped, he waved a gun at them.
Late Tuesday evening, CNN reported that Ferguson police chief Tom Jackson is expected to step down from his position as part of a larger effort to reform the city's embattled police department. Jackson may announce his resignation as early as next week.
Throughout the day and evening Tuesday, a number of events seemed to foreshadow the inevitable non-indictment of Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson, who shot and killed 18-year-old Michael Brown on August 9th
Protesters and members of the media were hit with pepper spray and rushed by police officers armed with batons and riot shields Thursday night in south St. Louis.
Ferguson police chief Tom Jackson was caught in a huge lie on Friday when it was revealed that he did not get "a lot of Freedom of Information requests" for a surveillance video from a local store the day 18-year-old Michael Brown was shot and killed by Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson.
Another right-wing lie was exposed on Wednesday as the St. Louis Juvenile Court revealed that Michael Brown, the unarmed 18-year-old who was shot to death by Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson on August 9th, was not facing any serious felony charges at the time of his death.
The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reported on Sunday that Ferguson police officers began wearing body cameras this past Saturday. The department received a donation of 50 cameras from Safety Visions and Digital Ally.