Ferguson Police Department
The police shooting of two young men of color this week shows that even as more Americans consider race to be the biggest issue facing the country and citizens are increasingly attuned to how cops target minorities, little has changed at the local...
A long 'New Yorker' profile offers us a glimpse into the world of the man who shot unarmed teenager Michael Brown this time last year. The former cop styles himself something of a tragic figure.
When I read the Justice Department report on the police in Ferguson, I literally shook my head twice to make sure that the authors were describing Missouri cops and not the New York Police Department.
It's unclear if the recent resignations will result in anything more than a bunch of headlines.
One officer was struck in the face and the other in the shoulder after shots were fired early on Thursday. The shooting occurred after the resignation of police chief Thomas Jackson.
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.
We'll be keeping you updated as the town of Ferguson and the nation at large respond to the news that the cop who shot unarmed black teen Michael Brown this summer was not indicted.
VICE News meets St. Louis County wine store owner Al Prince, who prepared to go to extreme measures to protect his business.
Protesters Arrested and Pepper Sprayed During Ferguson Demonstrations, as Michael Brown's Father Calls for Unity
While the number of individuals taken into custody has not been confirmed, the demonstrators reportedly blocked traffic and at one point were pepper sprayed by police.
Videos of the protests show dozens of police officers in riot gear — equipped with shields and helmets — lined up in the parking lot of the Ferguson Police headquarters.
The same department responsible for killing 27 people in the past four years thought it was a good idea for officers to participate in the "National Police Shooting Competition."