Ferguson, Mo., police shooting
Latest on investigation into shooting of unarmed teenager Michael Brown in St. Louis suburb
Prosecutor: Some Ferguson witnesses clearly lied
St. Louis County Prosecutor says he decided "anyone who claimed to have witnessed anything would be presented to the grand jury" investigating the shooting of Michael Brown
Missouri governor ends month-long state of emergency
Gov. Jay Nixon's lifting of the order removed the National Guard from Ferguson, St. Louis and other areas
Ferguson gets into the Christmas spirit
A tree lighting ceremony sparked some Christmas spirit in Ferguson, Mo. Mayor James Knowles said he knew there would be a point when the community could come together and bring a sense of normalcy to kids and their families.
St. Louis officer faces discipline over Ferguson-related nametag
The officer reportedly wore a tag bearing former officer Darren Wilson's last name while stationed at a City Hall protest
Marc Morial: Michael Brown, Eric Garner protesters want accountability
The National Urban League president says models of policing need to change
Families of black men killed by cops gather in D.C.
Michael Brown, Eric Garner, Amadou Diallo relatives implore large crowd in D.C. to keep pressing for changes to criminal justice system
Protesters march with message against excessive force
In Washington, protesters marched down Pennsylvania Avenue with the families of Michael Brown, Eric Garner, Trayvon Martin and Tamir Rice. Families who lost loved ones at the hands of police led the Millions March in New York City. Julianna Goldman and Jericka Duncan report.
"Enough is enough": Tens of thousands march to protest police violence
Huge crowds in New York, Washington and California protest deaths of unarmed black men by police officers
Families united in grief to protest deadly police force
Week of marches across the country protesting excessive force by police culminates in Washington
Capitol Hill staffers stage "hands up, don't shoot" protest
Nearly 200 Congressional staffers walked onto the Capitol steps Thursday to protest the Eric Garner and Michael Brown cases. Jeff Glor reports.
Police officers weigh in on race relations in the U.S.
A CBS News Poll shows a racial divide when it comes to the public's sentiments about policing and race in America. CBS's Kris Van Cleave sat down with a group of future and former police officers at New York's John Jay College of Criminal Justice to get their perspective.
Mayors reflect on racial divide in America
Mayors from four U.S. cities offer their views on the issues dividing communities and police.
Poll: Race relations in the U.S. at new low
CBS News Director of Surveys Sarah Dutton breaks down a new CBS Poll that finds that the majority of Americans believe that race relations in the U.S are “generally bad.”
Berkeley mayor: Some protesters "cowards and thugs"
Third straight night of demonstrations in California liberal bastion over grand jury decisions not to indict white cops in deaths of two unarmed black men
Grand Jury Documents
CBS News Investigative Producer Pat Milton discusses the new information released in the death of Michael Brown.
Ferguson grand jury documents support earlier data
Data newly released from the grand jury investigating the shooting death of Michael Brown shows details that corroborate testimony released immediately after it declined an indictment
New evidence released from Ferguson grand jury
Late Monday night the St. Louis District Attorney released new documents surrounding the death of Michael Brown. A third autopsy report shows that one of the gunshot wounds was was at close range indicating a struggle for the gun. CBS News investigative team has the latest.
Interview with major Ferguson witness not provided other documents
Prosecutor Bob McCullough was unable to immediately explain why police questions asked of Michael Brown's friend were not with the documents when they were released
Mo. bar apologizes for offering "Michael Brown special"
Owner claims he saw other bars first offering 6 shots at a discounted price - the number a reference to times teen was shot by cop
Obama: Police killings "painful," but we're making progress
"We can't equate what's happening now with what was happening 50 years ago," the president tells BET Networks
Anti-police violence protest turns violent in California
Masked demonstrators threw objects at police in Berkeley, as cops say they feel demonized by reaction to Michael Brown and Eric Garner cases
Police arrest Eric Garner protesters on New York's FDR Drive
Protesters in New York City demonstrating against the grand jury decision not to indict the police officer involved in the chokehold death of Eric Garner made their way onto Manhattan's FDR Drive. Police ordered them to get out of the street or face arrest.
Demonstrators fill streets across U.S.
Three days after a New York City grand jury declined to indict a police officer in the death of Eric Garner, protests are still going strong, and expanding across the country. Jerika Duncan reports.
"I can’t breathe" goes nationwide in Eric Garner protests
Across the country, protesters have been gathering this week chanting “I can’t breathe” to protest a grand jury decision not to indict an NYPD officer over the death of Eric Garner. Michelle Miller reports.
Why weren't New York protests as violent as Ferguson's?
New York protests were large, but mostly peaceful - nothing like rioting in Missouri that burned down 24 buildings
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