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Ferguson Cops and Protesters Clash After Demonstrations


The formal protests in Ferguson ended peacefully Tuesday night but trouble began once officers moved in to the clear the streets.






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Ferguson Demonstrators: We Will Have Victory


Tuesday night's demonstrations in Ferguson, Missouri were far more peaceful than previous gatherings but people there are still passionate about supporting Michael Brown.






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Cries of 'Not Tonight' as Flying Bottle Breaks Calm in Ferguson


Thrown bottles marred what had been hours of peaceful protests as activists struggled to calm in the St. Louis suburb where Michael Brown was killed.
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Armed, Out and About: Gun Owners' Striking New Freedom


Law-abiding gun owners can legally carry their guns in more places than ever before, but critics say relaxed laws are courting disaster.






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'Affluenza' Teen's Dad Charged With Impersonating Cop


Frederick Anthony Couch, whose son Ethan got probation for a deadly DUI wreck, allegedly claimed he was a police officer during a dispute.






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Watch Live as Tensions Flare Again in Ferguson


Police say they prefer to let the protests play out, blaming violent clashes on out-of-town "criminals," not the people of Ferguson.






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2012: Peanut butter recall expands


In 2012, NBC's Chris Jansing reported on a recall caused by salmonella contamination that included more than 100 products made on the same machines.






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Governor Won't Remove Prosecutor in Michael Brown Shooting


But Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon reminded St. Louis County Prosecuting Attorney Robert McCulloch that he could step aside at any time.






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Watch Live: Ferguson Protests Under National Guard Watch


Police say they prefer to let the protests play out, blaming violent clashes on out-of-town "criminals," not the people of Ferguson.






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ISIS Militants Claim to Execute American Photojournalist


Foley was kidnapped at gunpoint near the town of Taftanaz in northern Syria on Thanksgiving Day in 2012.






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Detroit Porch Shooter Sued by Victim's Parents for $10M


The lawsuit accuses Theodore Wafer of wrongful death and negligence.






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Women's Soccer Game Canceled Amid Hazing Allegations


The University of New Mexico cancelled the women's soccer team's first game as it investigates allegations players were sprayed with urine Sunday.






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Watch Live as Night Falls on Ferguson Amid Unrest


The secret proceedings could end with Ferguson Police Officer Darren Wilson's being charged with first-degree murder or nothing at all.






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2 Officers Hurt During Hostage Situation in Harvey


Adult female, 5 children taken as hostages in home on the 14000 block of Robey Avenue.






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Ferguson Considers Cop Cameras and Vows Changes


Ferguson city leaders vow to explore sweeping changes in the police department, including the possibility of putting cameras on all officers' vests.






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Postman Saves Choking Baby in South Carolina


A postal carrier comes to the aid of a frantic mother after her baby begins to choke on a plastic wrapper. WYFF’s Liz Lohuis reports.
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Crews Make Progress in Wildfire Near Yosemite


The fire, which at one point covered 1,200 acres, was knocked down to just a little over 600 acres by Tuesday, officials said.
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St. Louis Cops Shoot and Kill Man Near Ferguson


The police chief and a city alderman quickly sought to lower tensions.






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Phoenix Flash Floods Strand Residents and Knock Out Power


Heavy rain blew through Phoenix, Arizona, Tuesday morning, leading to flash floods and prompting multiple rescues of motorists trapped by high water.






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Making a Splash: Could ALS Ice Challenge Change Charity?


The viral ALS ice bucket challenge may be unleashing a new model for the $300 billion-a-year business of charitable giving.






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