Ferguson, Mo., police shooting
Latest on investigation into shooting of unarmed teenager Michael Brown in St. Louis suburb
Lawyers from the US Justice Department will head to Ferguson next week to start implementing reforms after a report found widespread racial bias in the police department and courts. CBS News Justice Department Reporter, Paula Reid, spoke to Vanita Gupta, acting head of the Civil Rights division at the Department of Justice in her first on-camera interview.
Recall effort launched against Ferguson mayor
Scathing DOJ report leads five residents to form committee to start recall effort; so far 6 Ferguson officials have resigned or been fired over it
Lawyer: Cops may have roughed up accused Ferguson shooter
Attorney explains what makes him think so; police deny it; 20-year old charged with wounding 2 officers during demo last week
Ferguson shooter says cops were not intended targets
A 20-year-old man accused of wounding two police officers during a shooting at a protest in Ferguson denies he was aiming at them
Ferguson shooting suspect claims he was not targeting officers
Missouri police are holding a man who they say confessed to shooting two police officers in Ferguson. While Jeffrey Williams says police were not his target, he's being called a "demonstrator" by the prosecution. Activists worry that police tying him and his arrest to their movement could complicate their mission of non-violence. Dean Reynolds reports.
Ferguson gunman says he didn't target cops
Activists say Jeffrey William wasn't a regular protester and are worried that his arrest could tarnish their peaceful "narrative"
Police arrest suspect in shooting of 2 officers in Ferguson
Missouri officials say they have a suspect in custody after two officers were shot earlier this week in Ferguson during a protest. Authorities say videos and tips from witnesses helped them identify 20-year-old Jeffrey Williams. Don Dahler reports.
Suspect arrested in shooting of 2 officers in Ferguson
Officials "not sure we completely buy" claim of suspect Jeffrey Williams, 20, that he had a dispute with people in crowd, and wasn't targeting officers
Ferguson on edge as hunt for gunmen continues
In Ferguson, Missouri, the manhunt continues for whoever shot and wounded two police officers during a protest. Police say they're following up on more than a dozen tips and have asked the community for help. Craig Boswell reports from Ferguson with the latest.
Latest on shooting of 2 police officers in Ferguson
Authorities following dozens of leads, but won't say if they're close to making an arrest
Ferguson Protests, 2 officers shot
It's been a week since the Department of Justice's report came out and several personnel changes in the Ferguson Police Department have been made. Paula Reid, CBS News Justice Department Reporter, tells how the firings impact the Department of Justice investigation.
Tense peace in Ferguson after police shot
Day after 2 officers wounded by unknown shooter or shooters, state and county police move in -- without heavy body armor -- to try and "deescalate"
Two officers shot in "ambush" during Ferguson protests
Attorney General Eric Holder condemned the shooting of two cops in Ferguson, Missouri. An officer was shot in the shoulder, and a second in the face. Both are recovering from what is being called "an ambush." Dean Reynolds reports.
Police try to tamp down Ferguson tensions after "ambush" on cops
Conciliatory tone struck after bloodshed threatens to inflame the already fraught relationship between police and protesters
After shooting of officers, SWAT teams raid home in Ferguson
Authorities say people have been taken in for questioning after two police officers were shot outside the Ferguson Police Department early Thursday. CBS News national correspondent Dean Reynolds joins CBSN with an update.
Eric Holder condemns "damn punk" for cop shooting in Ferguson
Attorney General Eric Holder called the incident a "pure ambush" in a press conference Thursday.
Police chief: Ferguson, Missouri, shooting an "ambush"
The St. Louis County police chief says two of his officers were "ambushed" when they were shot in Ferguson, Missouri. CBS News correspondent Dean Reynolds and KMOX-AM reporter Maria Keena join CBSN with new details.
Police chief: We almost "buried two police officers" after Ferguson shootings
St. Louis County Police Chief Jon Belmar gives update on the condition of the two officers shot during a protest in Ferguson
Manhunt in Ferguson after two police officers shot
Police in Ferguson, Missouri, are searching for at least one gunman who shot the officers overnight. The gunfire happened during a protest outside Ferguson police headquarters and sparked a dramatic police response. The two wounded officers are in serious condition. Dean Reynolds reports from the shooting scene.
2 cops shot outside Ferguson police headquarters
Crowd had gathered after resignation of city's police chief
Ferguson police chief out amid shakeup of city leaders
Ferguson Police Chief Tom Jackson is resigning his post after a scathing federal investigation found patterns of racial bias in the city's police department. Jackson's resignation is part of a wider shakeup that has seen multiple leadership positions vacated in the aftermath of the Michael Brown shooting. Dean Reynolds reports.
Official: Embattled Ferguson police chief to resign
Tom Jackson, the head of the police department at the center of the Michael Brown shooting, has left his job after a critical DOJ report
Ferguson city manager removed after scathing DOJ report
Probe that accused city's cops and courts of racism also concluded John Shaw encouraged police to aggressively ticket motorists, to get revenue for the city
Benjamin Crump: "We can't have the DOJ sanitizing" shootings
Brown and Rice family attorney Benjamin Crump discusses the Justice Department's latest report on Ferguson.
Two police commanders resign, city court clerk fired in Ferguson
There is fresh fall-out in Ferguson, Missouri following the scathing report identifying patterns of discrimination in the city's police department. Two veteran police commanders have resigned and a city court clerk was fired, following what officials are calling a series of racist e-mails. Vinita Nair reports.
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