Sheldon Richardson got arrested under a pretty dramatic factual scenario, including guns and drugs. But he's only charged with resisting arrest and traffic violations.
The Department of Homeland Security planned to have the officers perform surveillance and collect intelligence while in the crowds of protesters.
As the bodies keep piling up in St. Louis, the city’s prosecutor hopes a new website that tracks the death toll and tells the stories of victims can help make a difference.
He was arrested in an altercation with St. Louis cops hours after suing the city of Ferguson for inflicting emotional distress on him the day he watched Michael Brown die.
In a meeting with newly sworn in US Attorney General Loretta E. Lynch, the city's mayor called on the DOJ to investigate contributing factors to excessive force and discriminatory policing.
'Everything Here Is a Teaching Moment': College Students Head to Ferguson for Alternative Spring Break
While students across the country get ready to hit the beach, a couple hundred of them have picked an unusual destination for their week off classes, heading to Ferguson, Missouri for an 'alternative' spring break.
Thomas Jackson's resignation is perhaps the most tangible effect so far of last week's scathing Justice Department report on racist policing practices in the Missouri city.
Ferguson’s mayor responded Wednesday to a Department of Justice report that detailed how the city has routinely violated the constitutional rights of its black residents.
Now that the feds have declined to press civil rights charges against Officer Darren Wilson for killing Michael Brown, police reformers are mulling their next move.
We now have specific examples of what it's like to be black and live there—and it sounds a lot like being a character in a dystopian novel.
The Department of Justice has reportedly concluded two investigations that were launched following the killing of Michael Brown last August.
Racist emails and other evidence leaking out from a federal probe into the city's police department paints a picture of systematic discrimination.