Representatives from the Missouri History Museum will share the stage with First Lady Michelle Obama this afternoon as they accept the 2014 National Arts and Humanities Youth Program Award on behalf of the Museum’s Teens Make History program.
The White House said Monday a no-fly zone the U.S. government imposed over Ferguson, Missouri, for nearly two weeks in August should not have restricted helicopters for news organizations that wanted to operate in the area to cover violent protests there.
Lessons learned from Ferguson, Missouri, will be among topics discussed as mayors from around the country meet today in Little Rock, Arkansas, along with U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder.
The White House weighed in on a national debate sparked by the shooting of Michael Brown last month in Ferguson.
After a day of silence, protestors raised their voices again Tuesday, but not in Ferguson, Mo. Protestors with Hands Up United brought their demands to U.S. Attorney Richard Callahan in the Eagleton Federal Courthouse in downtown St. Louis.
President Barack Obama is sending three White House aides to the funeral of Michael Brown, the young black man whose fatal shooting by a white police officer sparked days of racial unrest in Ferguson, Missouri.
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Missouri’s governor on Monday ordered the National Guard to a St. Louis suburb convulsed by protests over the fatal shooting of an unarmed black teen, and he reportedly did so without first telling the White House.
St. Louis County Executive Charlie Dooley spoke at the first county council meeting since the shooting of Michael Brown in Ferguson and the outbreak of riots that followed.
President Barack Obama is taking four Kansas City residents out to dinner to chew over the concerns of heartland Americans, with little time remaining for action on pressing issues before Congress begins its August recess.