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Alarming, yet familiar scenes are present in Ferguson, Missouri. Jason Carroll reports.
Sen. Rand Paul said Friday he doesn't want to "create panic" over Ebola, but stood by his belief that the virus is more contagious that the government is letting on.
"I understand people in government not wanting to create panic, and I don't want to create panic, either. But I think it's also a mistake on the other side of the coin to underplay the risk of this," the Kentucky Republican told CNN's Wolf Blitzer. Full story
Sen. Paul on how GOP needs to help African Americans
He met with NAACP leaders in Ferguson, Missouri and tells Wolf Blitzer what Republicans should be doing. Read more
The media is finding it difficult to access public records regarding the shooting of Michael Brown. Sara Sidner reports.
Sara Sidner reports on how another chaotic weekend of demonstrations in Ferguson turned violent.
The Ferguson police chief attempts to talk with protesters, but the night ends in a scuffle and multiple arrests that some say only made matters worse. CNN's Stephanie Elam reports.
New investigation sheds light into why Michael Brown's body lady in a Ferguson street for four hours.
St. Louis Alderman Antonio French talks about the ongoing anger and protests in Ferguson about Michael Brown's death.
Ted Rowlands talks with a protester during an attempt to block a Missouri interstate in protest of Michael Brown's death.
The Ferguson community, along with family members, celebrities and civil rights leaders, gather to remember Michael Brown in a celebration that was as much a mournful funeral as it was a call to action. CNN's Don Lemon reports.