Dallas Hospital Reaches Deal with Ebola Victim's Family
The family of Ebola victim Thomas Eric Duncan has reached a settlement with Dallas Presbyterian Hospital. Also, the last remaining Ebola patient in the U.S., Dr. Craig Spencer, was released from the hospital.
Boston Couple Punches City Worker Because They 'Don't Take Sh*t from N*ggers'
Witts said that the incident started when "some black girl with attitude" told them the station was closing for the evening. "She stated Snyder struck the employee in retaliation," the charging document stated.
"Our shared hope and expectation is that regardless of the decision, people on all sides will show tolerance, mutual respect and restraint," Missouri Governor Jay Nixon said this evening in Ferguson, Missouri. The announcement of a grand jury's decision on whether to indict officer Darren Wilson in the fatal shooting of unarmed black teen Michael Ferguson may come later tonight.
Small Businesses Left in Ruins by Ferguson Looters
Business owners in Ferguson hope to clean up after two nights of unrest. At least a dozen commercial buildings burned to the ground. Others were looted. Vladimir Duthier reports on how business owners bore the brunt of the outrage on the streets of Ferguson.
Cleveland police Wednesday released the surveillance video capturing the shooting of a 12-year-old Cleveland youth by police. Tamir Rice was shot to death Saturday by Cleveland police, who responded to a call identifying someone "waving a gun" around outside Cudell Recreation Center. Timothy Loehmann, 26, and Frank Garmback, 46, were the officers involved in the shooting.
DOJ Investigation Finds Problems with Cleveland Police
A two-year investigation by the Department of Justice found that the Cleveland police force has shown a pattern of officers using excessive force. This comes two weeks after police there shot and killed a 12-year-old boy for waving a toy gun.