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Journalists tear gassed and other headlines

Morning headlines: tear gas fired at Al Jazeera America crew in Missouri, Pentagon: rescue mission on Iraqi mountain may not happen, Russian convoy rolls again.
Image: Riot police clear demonstrators from a street in Ferguson
Riot police clear demonstrators from a street in Ferguson, Missouri, August 13, 2014. Police in Ferguson fired several rounds of tear gas to disperse...

Raw video of Al Jazeera America crews hit with tear gas in Ferguson, MO. (KSDK)

St. Louis official who has been tweeting from the protests arrested. (USA Today)

Missouri's Governor breaks his silence about the events in Ferguson. (MSNBC)

Pres. Obama receiving briefings about Ferguson. (The Hill)

Pentagon: US-led rescue mission for refugees on Iraq's Mount Sinjar appears less likely. (AP) 

Russian convoy rolling again toward Ukraine. (NY Times)

McDonnell prosecutors to rest their case today. (NBC Washington)

Rep. Colleen Hanabusa sues to stop tomorrow's Senate primary vote in 2 Hawaiian precincts. (L.A. Times)

Chris McDaniel will file his challenge to Mississippi's Republican Senate primary this morning. (Jackson Clarion-Ledger)

What are you reading this morning? Let us know in the comments, please.