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Los Angeles Police Order Protesters To Disperse

Posted On November 27, 2014

(Undated) -- Protesters angry with the grand jury decision in Ferguson, Missouri are clashing with police in Los Angeles. The "Los Angeles Times" reports police have ordered more than 100 people downtown to disperse. At least two people have been arrested including one person who taunted police with a Taser.

Report: Suspects Planned To Bomb Gateway Arch

Posted On November 26, 2014

(St. Louis, MO) -- The two men indicted last week on federal weapons charges in St. Louis allegedly planned to bomb the Gateway Arch and kill St. Louis County Prosecutor Robert McCulloch. The "St. Louis Post-Dispatch" reports the pair were also plotting to kill Ferguson Police Chief Tom Jackson. The report cites sources close to…

Ferguson Rioters Steal AR-15 Rifle From Police Car

Posted On November 26, 2014

(Ferguson, MO) -- Police are looking for an AR-15 rifle that was stolen from one of their vehicles during Monday night's violent protests in Ferguson, Missouri. St. Louis County police say rioters stole the high-powered rifle from one of the two police cars that were set on fire. A police spokesman tells the "St. Louis…

U.S. Special Forces Help Rescue

Posted On November 26, 2014

(Undated) -- Officials say U.S. special forces were used to free hostages being held by al-Qaeda terrorists in Yemen. "The New York Times" reports the eight hostages were rescued from a cave during a pre-dawn raid on Tuesday. Officials say the freed hostages included six Yemeni citizens, one Saudi and an Ethiopian. Seven of the…

More Than 400 Arrests In U.S. After Ferguson Decision

Posted On November 26, 2014

(Undated) -- Arrests are mounting up as protesters angry over the Michael Brown grand jury decision stretch the limits of the law. More than 400 people have been taken into custody since it was announced Monday night that Ferguson Police Officer Darren Wilson would not face charges for fatally shooting the unarmed black teen. The…