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Ferguson Police: No ‘incident report’ filed

Ferguson Police: No ‘incident report’ filed

08/22/14 01:13PM

The confusion over the incident report in the Michael Brown case is sparking a fresh round of legal questions in an already complex case. Criminal defense attorney John Burris breaks down what happened and how the lack of a report could affect the case in watch

Holder meets with investigators in Ferguson

Holder meets with federal investigators in Ferguson

08/20/14 03:06PM

Civil rights attorney John Burris, who served as co-counsel in the Rodney King civil case, explains the legal framework surrounding the federal investigation, including the FBI investigation, into whether police officer Darren Wilson violated Michael... watch

Rethinking accountability for war crimes

Rethinking accountability for war crimes

08/20/14 01:28PM

Since capturing Mosul last month, human rights groups have documented ISIS’s brutal kidnappings and killings of religious and ethnic minorities throughout the region. Luis Moreno Ocampo, a Senior Fellow at Jackson Institute for global affairs at Yale Univ watch

Reaction to call for 'vigorous prosecution'

Reaction to Nixon’s call for 'vigorous prosecution'

08/20/14 01:16PM

Demands for justice intensify as Attorney General Eric Holder arrives in Ferguson, and Missouri Lieutenant Governor Peter Kinder reacts to the intense political fighting sparked by Governor Jay Nixon’s remarks last night about the prosecutor, Robert McCul watch

National push to arm cops with cameras

National push to arm cops with cameras

08/19/14 05:47PM

The violence in Ferguson has Congressman Bobby Scott, D-Va., looking into ways to curb police brutality across the country.  Find out how you can support this week’s Call to Action White House petition urging all police officers to wear body cameras... watch

Despite National Guard presence, chaos ensues

Despite National Guard presence, chaos ensues

08/19/14 12:59PM

MSNBC's Craig Melvin provides a glimpse into how one family is coping with the crisis in Ferguson. Then, Missouri Lieutenant Governor Peter Kinder and Lieutenant General Russel Honore respond to questions on the violence that erupted last night and the Na watch

THE CALL: POLICING THE POLICE

08/18/14 05:27PM

The images coming out of Ferguson, Missouri in the aftermath of the Michael Brown shooting have left us with an undeniable unease. Whether you believe police should be armed to the teeth – or not – the question remains: what can be done right now to prevent another Michael Brown? read more

Brown autopsy ‘only part’ of story

Preliminary Brown autopsy ‘only part’ of story

08/18/14 12:59PM

Michael Brown’s family attorney Benjamin Crump, forensic expert Lawrence Kobilinsky, and NBC News legal analyst Lisa Bloom discuss what the results of the preliminary autopsy commissioned by the Brown family reveals and whether or not we can expect to see watch

Ferguson: Test of leadership

Ferguson: Test of leadership

08/15/14 01:49PM

Joshua DuBois and MSNBC Contributor Jonathan Capehart weigh in on how city, state and federal leaders have been handling this crisis and what else could or should be done in the wake of the shooting of Michael Brown. watch

Ferguson community is reeling

Ferguson community is reeling

08/15/14 01:16PM

Major Ronnie Robinson of the St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department discusses the current state of the Michael Brown shooting investigation and what needs to happen next to rebuild trust with and maintain peace in the community in Ferguson, Missouri. watch

Police consider Michael Brown 'primary...

Police consider Michael Brown 'primary suspect'

08/15/14 01:07PM

Missouri State Senator Maria Chappelle-Nadal and Reverend Rodney Francis of the Washington Tabernacle Missionary Baptist Church in St Louis discuss the community’s response to the new information released by the Ferguson Police Department. watch

Breaking the ISIS siege on Mount Sinjar

Breaking the ISIS siege on Mount Sinjar

08/14/14 01:42PM

Following President Obama’s remarks on Iraq, attention turns to what the United Nations is declaring a “level 3” humanitarian crisis – the highest level of emergency – and what additional resources and funds will be mobilized to help the human fallout fro watch

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