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Hillary Clinton

Hillary Meets With Families of Slain African-Americans in Chicago

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton met privately with the families of African-American men killed in police shootings in Chicago on Monday, promising them to push forward with her plans to undertake reforms in the criminal justice system.

Mike Brown Anniversary Protests

Ferguson Protesters and Police Clash on Anniversary of Mike Brown's Death

Two men were wounded by gunfire in Ferguson, Missouri, after demonstrators clashed with the city's police force on Sunday evening. The demonstrators were marking the anniversary of the death of Michael Brown, an African-American teenager, who was killed by a white policeman.

U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder

Holder Calls Shooting Of Officers In Ferguson Cowardly

Attorney General Eric Holder said on Thursday that the shooting of two police officers during a protest in front of the police station as "heinous and cowardly attacks." The after-midnight shooting came after Ferguson Police Chief Thomas Jackson announced his resignation over the furor caused by the 2014 shooting of unarmed black teen Michael Brown.

Ferguson

Ferguson Police Search For Suspect In Shooting Of Two Cops

Missouri police have launched a manhunt for the gunman who shot two policemen on Thursday in what authorities called an "ambush" at a protest outside the Ferguson police station.

Ferguson Riot

Embattled Ferguson Police Chief Resigns; Two Cops Shot In Riots

The embattled Ferguson, Missouri police chief has resigned amid widespread criticism against the city's police force following the shooting of a black teen last year.

Ferguson Protests

Ferguson Cop Darren Wilson Cleared Of Human Rights Charges In Michael Brown Shooting

Ferguson Police officer Darren Wilson, who shot and killed an unarmed black teenager, Michael Brown, has been cleared of charges of human rights violations, the Justice Department declared on Wednesday.

U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder

Criminal Justice System Should Be Revamped, U.S. Tells Ferguson Police

The United States Justice Department called on police officials of Ferguson, Missouri to revamp criminal justice system after finding out that they have a pattern of being racially biased.

Ferguson protest

U.S. Justice Dept. Readies Raps vs. Ferguson Police

The United States Department of Justice is ready to charge in court the Ferguson Police Department in Missouri over alleged discriminatory practices against ethnic minorities.

Darren Wilson

DOJ to Likely Recommend No Charges for Ferguson Cop

A Justice Department recommendation to file no civil charges against Police Officer Darren Wilson in the death of unarmed black teenager Michael Brown is expected to trigger another round of violent protests.

Memorial for Michael Brown

'Pile Of Trash' Comment On Ferguson Memorial Gets Police Spokesman Suspended

A police spokesman got suspended without pay after he confessed that he referred to a Ferguson shooting memorial as a "pile of trash," authorities announced over the weekend.

Memorial to Antonio Martin

Berkeley Mayor Appeals For Calm After Christmas Eve Shooting Of Another Black Teen

To avert another round of violent protests after another black teen was shot by a white police officer, Berkeley Mayor appealed on Wednesday night to residents to keep calm.

Wenjian Liu

Two NYPD Cops Murdered in Likely Retaliation to Police Violence

Anti-police sentiments were put into action on Saturday night beyond protests when a Brooklyn gunman shot to death two New York Police Department (NYPD) officers while seated in their squad car.

Georgetown

'I Can't Breathe' Protest Gets Support From Georgetown Athletes

Everybody in the United States including Georgetown's Hoyas have joined the "I Can't Breathe" protest against police brutality and racism since the death of unarmed black men like Michael Brown and Eric Garner under the hands of the police.

Central Intelligence Agency (CIA)

China Weighs In On CIA Torture Report

With Human Rights Day being Wednesday, Xinhua news agency, China's official voice to the world, made sure to tweak the U.S. over its CIA torture report and self-appointed role as "defender of civil liberties globally."

Barack Obama

Obama: Eric Garner And Michael Brown Protests Are Necessary

United States President Barack Obama has released a statement on Monday saying that the protests prompted by the grand jury decisions are necessary regarding the cases of Eric Garner and Michael Brown who were killed by white police officers.

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