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The Flora Place stone gates in St. Louis, Missouri were vandalized last night with a quote from The Hunger Games, just one day before today's expected announcement of whether Officer Darren Wilson will be indicted for fatally shooting Michael Brown.
If you've ever interviewed for a job, you've probably been asked what your biggest "weakness" is. It's the kind of question designed to let you show some humility and acknowledge that you're not perfect. And so now that it looks like Dr. Ben Carson is almost definitely running for president in 2016, Bloomberg Politics decided to ask him that crucial question.
A reporter from Revolution Newspaper briefly hijacked Missouri Governor Jay Nixon's Ferguson press conference tonight to ask about whether a lack of indictment would mean "fear for black people all over this country" and about the Revolutionary Communist Party's response.
CNN contributor Donna Brazile may have let her own personal feelings about the Michael Brown shooting case seep through Monday night, just two hours before the grand jury in Ferguson is scheduled to announce its decision.
When it comes to the grand jury decision regarding Officer Darren Wilson in the shooting death of 18-year-old Michael Brown, the decision on when to announce the decision is a borderline reckless one.
Jeff Roorda is a friend of Officer Darren Wilson's and defended him on CNN tonight from all the "inflammatory language" being used about him, including Michael Brown's family's attorney Benjamin Crump.
Fox News did not dive too deeply into the new Benghazi House report when it was released on Friday, but if you're wondering how the network would cover it more in-depth, well, the hosts of The Five today called it into serious question and said the report from the Republican-led committee is "woefully inadequate."
After The New York Times' David Carr published a column that took Whitaker — and himself — to task for not addressing the allegations more aggressively in the past, the author has issued an apology on Twitter.
Michael Brown's family has put out a statement early this evening asking for a long moment of silence after the Ferguson grand jury issues its verdict.
CNN's Erin Burnett OutFront came out ahead of Fox's On the Record with Greta Van Susteren in the 25-54 demo ratings on Friday. Erin Burnett was #1 at 7 p.m. with 282K viewers in the demo while Greta Van Susteren was #2 with 255K. MSNBC's Hardball with Chris Matthews came in fourth place behind HLN's Forensic Files.
After satire-ish site The Daily Currant managed to fool the New York Times with a fake Kim Kardashian story over the weekend, its owner told the Washington Post that he believes that the death-spiral of print journalism was responsible for the article.
Fox's The Five defended Rudy Giuliani in his spat with Michael Eric Dyson over race, with Eric Bolling calling Dyson "asinine" and saying "black people in New York should be thrilled' with what Giuliani did.
The grand jury in Ferguson, Mo., has come to a decision on whether to indict Officer Darren Wilson for the death of 18-year-old Michael Brown. That decision will be announced shortly.
Missouri Governor Jay Nixon is expected to deliver remarks regarding the grand jury decision in the Michael Brown shooting case on Monday afternoon, November 24 beginning at approximately 6:30 p.m. ET.
After it was confirmed today that the Ferguson grand jury has reached a decision on whether to indict Officer Darren Wilson for fatally shooting Michael Brown, some schools in the area announced they would be shutting down after-school activities for the rest of the day.
After the House of Representatives released a report indicating that the Benghazi attacks were not the result of CIA inaction nor of “an intelligence failure”, Newt Gingrich appeared on CNN today to explain why they made that conclusion: they were obviously co-opted by the CIA.
CNN Senior Legal Analyst Jeffrey Toobin on air today mixed up the cases of two black men, one of whom was shot dead by New York police, and the other who was assaulted and sodomized by NYPD officers.
It's no secret that Senators John McCain and Lindsey Graham are close compadres, so it comes as no surprise that McCain is "strongly encouraging" Graham to run for president in 2016.
As CNN eagerly awaited a decision from the grand jury in the Michael Brown shooting case Monday afternoon, Don Lemon, on the ground near Ferguson, Missouri, spoke to Tory Russell, co-founder of the Hands Up United organization. Instead...Show More Summary
Russia's state-funded cable news channel is taking aim at CNN for inviting an RT host to discuss Kremlin politics but editing out her fierce criticisms of the American cable outlet.