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The Huffington Post condemns the charges filed by St. Louis County against our Justice reporter, Ryan J. Reilly, while covering
Russia on Wednesday pointed to rioting in Ferguson and the other protests across the United States as evidence that Moscow's
In an interview with The Huffington Post, Yingst said he was shocked that he was taken into custody. Before he was locked
Last Monday I was arrested in Ferguson, Missouri, along with dozens of other clergy, seminarians, and people of many faith traditions. As a white, middle-aged, married, mother of three and a rule-abiding Presbyterian, this was a new experience for me.
Watch the full HuffPost Live conversation with Reverend Jim Wallis here. While many white Americans may not hold inherently
ST. ANN, Mo. -- More than a dozen people arrested during protests outside the Ferguson Police Department early Friday were
Not many children hear that their parents are proud of them after spending a night in jail. But that's what Latchison, a
Belmar testified that the five-second rule was only supposed to be applied at night. Yet the rule was enforced during daylight
Both Lee and Peinado were locked up and released on $300 bail, with an Oct. 9 court date. They decided to leave when the
Klagsbrun points out that most people don't have a motivated jail support team behind them, and their sagas often have a
"Although it is true that many of the victims of police shootings here have been the homeless and those struggling with mental
See below for the latest in Ferguson: FERGUSON, Mo. -- Police moved aggressively Monday evening to prevent the kind of chaos
Klemko took to Twitter to capture the chaotic scene, live tweeting his temporary detainment: Last week, The Huffington Post's
Peinado said she was already in the car and Flannery was about to get in when "at least seven armed" police officers surrounded
The president acknowledged that people around the country have been "deeply disturbed" by the images coming out of Ferguson
Below, more updates on the situation in Ferguson: "It's just a terrible thing what happened," said Eyer, who has worked for