Ministers Call Police 'Domestic Terrorists' After Galleria ArrestsMinisters call on U.S. Department of Justice to investigate police arrests after Stockley verdict.
Chicago's Mayor Details Mentoring Plans in Crime SpeechMayor Rahm Emanuel highlighted a new $36 million public-private mentoring partnership that'll help over 7,000 youths over the next three years.
Chicago's Mayor to Deliver Major Speech on City CrimeMayor Rahm Emanuel will deliver his new, more comprehensive plan for addressing public safety.
Inexperienced Agents Conducted St. Louis Gun StingsFederal agents lacked proper guidance and experience while conducting undercover sting operations in St. Louis and several other cities aimed at disrupting illegal gun sales.
Progress in Ferguson, but Much Work Remains, Lawyers SayAttorneys for both sides say much work remains to meet the requirements of an agreement with the U.S. Department of Justice.
Monitor Chosen to Oversee Ferguson's Police, Court ReformsA federal judge on Monday chose a monitor team to oversee reforms of Ferguson's policing and court system, a process expected to cost the St. Louis suburb more than $1 million.
Ferguson Asked To Reconsider DOJ Consent DecreeMany of the 20 speakers at Tuesday night's council meeting spoke in favor
DOJ Agreement Could Cost Ferguson $3.7 Million in First YearThe City Council in the St. Louis suburb is expected to decide Tuesday whether to adopt the agreement.
More Input Gathered On Ferguson Consent Decree ProposalEstimated costs were announced as citizens sounded off on policing standards agreement with DOJ
Ferguson Mayor Announces Police Chief's ResignationJames Knowles says "mutual agreement" reached with Tom Jackson
Report: Justice Dept. Preparing to Sue Ferguson Police DepartmentAccording to CNN, the issue at stake is "a pattern of racially discriminatory tactics used by officers within the Ferguson Police Department."
NYT: Justice Dept. Recommends Former Ferguson Officer be Cleared of Civil Rights ChargesWilson's defense attorney, Neil Bruntrager, says he has not told his client to breathe a sigh of relief just yet - he's heard nothing from the Justice Department.