Gov. Jay Nixon (D) on Sunday defended his decision to impose a curfew on Ferguson, Missouri, as protesters continued to clash with police officers in the aftermath of Michael Brown's death.
The imminent arrival of the National Guard is no comfort to the people of Ferguson, according to HuffPost Live's Marc Lamont
Crowds also continued to gather on Sunday afternoon at the QT, the gas station and convenience store that was set on fire
Tensions have flared in Ferguson since Brown was killed last week, but appeared to be improving when state highway police
Cars drove down the street playing loud music and doing donuts, with people riding on the roof of one of the cars. Chants
FERGUSON, Mo. -- Community leaders expressed both worry and optimism on Saturday about the midnight curfew imposed by Gov
Nixon said Saturday that the state will not allow a handful of looters to endanger the community and that there must be calm