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Ferguson Crowds Tossing Molotov Cocktails As Police Use Tear Gas

Clashes between police and rioters in Ferguson, Missouri grew more violent Wednesday night and early Thursday as crowds threw Molotov cocktail-styled incendiary bombs at police, who responded with tear gas and riot control tactics. Aug 14, 2014 4:17 PM PT

Experimental Ebola Treatments Present Ethical Dilemma

Doctors attempting to halt what has become the largest outbreak of Ebola in history are faced with an ethical dilemma. The virus is spreading so fast and so wide that doctors are considering the idea of using experimental treatments on humans, something that medical ethicists usually strongly oppose, but some doctors don't feel they have much choice. Aug 14, 2014 8:24 AM PT

Ferguson Protesters Bash Obama, Sharpton

As the situation in Ferguson, Missouri continues to roil, some are turning their anger on President Obama and MSNBC host Al Sharpton. Aug 14, 2014 5:05 AM PT

NBA Said It Would Drop Fine if Raptors Dumped Rapper Drake

The NBA levied a $25,000 fine on the Toronto Raptors for "tampering" with the free agency process when the team's "goodwill ambassador" mentioned player Kevin Durant at a recent rap concert. But the organization also said it would drop the fine if the Raptors dumped this unpaid cheerleader. Aug 13, 2014 2:07 PM PT

Obama Sparks Outrage for Making Quick Robin Williams Statement but Delaying Missouri Shooting Comment

The news of the suicide of actor and comedian Robin Williams had surfaced only hours before President Obama and the White House issued a statement celebrating the man's life and lamenting his death. As the Williams statement came rather quickly, social media users were furious that three days had gone by before the President uttered a word about the death of Michael Brown, the unarmed teen shot by a policeman in Ferguson, Missouri, on Saturday. Aug 13, 2014 6:32 AM PT

Residents Complain of Smell of Growing Pot Filling the Air in Denver

Now that marijuana is legal in Colorado, the pot-growing industry has exploded in Denver's industrial areas. Consequently the smell of the growing pot is now filling Denver's air, as the indoor pot farms bring an acrid, skunky smell to the city and draw complaints from residents. Aug 12, 2014 4:13 PM PT

Rolling Face: Cowboys DB Suspended for 'Molly'

Cowboys cornerback Orlando Scandrick has been handed a four-game suspension for taking the illegal drug MDMA, often called "Molly," allegedly while on vacation in Mexico. Aug 12, 2014 11:35 AM PT

Ferguson, Missouri Witnesses Describe Confrontation with Cop

At least two people who claimed to have witnessed a Ferguson, Missouri, police officer shoot an unarmed teen say that the teen had his hands in the air and was not acting provocatively when the officer fired his weapon multiple times. Aug 11, 2014 7:32 PM PT

With 170 Ebola Healthcare Workers Infected, WHO Warns 'No End in Sight'

The World Health Organization (WHO) is warning that there is no end in sight to this Ebola outbreak after reporting that up to 170 healthcare workers have contracted the disease in their efforts to treat patients in the African countries hardest hit by the virus. Aug 11, 2014 1:23 PM PT

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