Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon announced a drawdown of National Guard troops stationed in Ferguson. Also, Michael Brown's stepfather is potentially facing charges of inciting a riot. Gayle King reports.
As much as six inches of rain could fall in parts of California by the end of Wednesday, causing fear of mudslides. Millions are already facing flooded streets, and the rain has barely made a dent in the recent drought. Ben Tracy reports from Glendora, Calif.
Danielle Niles of Boston station WBZ has the latest forecast.
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Incident at Boston's Logan Airport left female security worker with bruises of her face, hip and knee.
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Video shows Louis Head yelling angry comments after announcement that grand jury was not charging Ferguson police officer for shooting teen
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The aircraft hit the roof of a building in an industrial area in North Salt Lake, but police say no one else was hurt at the scene
New York officials say they are expecting protests no matter what a grand jury decides in the case of a Staten Island man who died in a police chokehold
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"It is recorded. We have it on tape. There is no room for argument," says NYC Public Advocate Letitia James