Militarized response to unrest in Ferguson, Mo., raising doubts about efficacy of giving leftover military hardware to local law enforcement
After a period of relative calm, police in riot gear intensify efforts to enforce curfew as group of protesters remain defiant
At an event in New York City, the Rev. Al Sharpton said Ferguson, Mo., police released surveillance video of a store robbery in attempt to smear the young black man shot dead by a police officer.
27-year-old killed in diving accident after raising funds for a Lou Gehrig's disease charity in honor of friend who inspired the ice-bucket challenge
Restaurant patron suffered severe burns to mouth and throat after industrial cleaning solution was mixed into sugar used in drink
U.S. law enforcement official tells CBS News that Friday's release occurred over the objection of federal authorities
Food trucks are growing in popularity in cities across the U.S., but not everyone is happy about the trend
Northern New York couple charged with kidnapping young Amish sisters from farm stand
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Governor implements curfew after looting continues a week after Michael Brown was fatally shot by police officer
Authorities capture fugitive mixed martial arts fighter known as War Machine after weeklong manhunt
Mixed martial arts fighter Jonathan "War Machine" Koppenhaver was arrested in California in connection with the beating of his former girlfriend, adult-film star Christy Mack. Brittney Hopper from CBS Los Angeles reports.
Looters storm into convenience store during protest after another tense day in St. Louis suburb
Neighbors of a northern New York man who helped two missing Amish girls are proud of his actions. The sisters, who police say had been abducted, knocked on Jeff Stinson's door and said they wanted to go home. WTVH-TV's Dora Scheidell reports.
The Rev. Jesse Jackson marched in solidarity with protesters in a St. Louis suburb. The civil rights leader spoke about the power of the vote, and said the country is watching what's going on in Ferguson.
Amid outrage over allegations that teen shot by police was involved in robbery, civil rights leader urges residents "don't self-destruct"
Players are banned from practice and games amid allegations someone else did course work for them
Potential 2016 presidential hopeful charged after carrying out threat to veto funding for state prosecutors investigating public corruption
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Key information on the shooting of an unarmed teen in Missouri, the protests that followed and what happens next