Obama heckled over immigration policies in Chicago appearance

U.S. President Obama talks about immigration reform in ChicagoBy Steve Holland CHICAGO (Reuters) - President Barack Obama was interrupted several times by hecklers during a speech on his immigration policy on Tuesday, and their complaint was that his plan did not go far enough in protecting illegal immigrants from deportation. At least four hecklers, all of them women, yelled at the president at the Copernicus Center where he had gone to promote his go-it-alone immigration plan that will remove the threat of deportation for up to 4.7 million illegal immigrants. ...


UK faces biggest terrorism threat in its history - Theresa May
LONDON (Reuters) - Britain is facing the biggest terrorism threat in its history and has foiled around 40 major plots since suicide bombers attacked London in 2005, Home Secretary Theresa May said on Monday.






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What led to the grand jury decision not to indict Darren WIlson?
Gloria Browne Marshall, professor at John Jay College, discusses the numerous factors - from the evidence presented to the makeup of the jury - that led to the grand jury's decision not to indict police officer Darren Wilson in the fatal shooting of Michael Brown Jr.

Two Malian soldiers killed in landmine explosion
BAMAKO (Reuters) - Two soldiers died and nine were injured when a government minister's convoy hit a mine in northern Mali on Tuesday, a colonel in the Malian army said.






Extremely rare for grand jury not to return indictment, statistics show
The grand jury's decision not to indict officer Darren Wilson in the Aug. 9 fatal shooting of teenager Michael Brown was historic for many reasons, including the fiery protests that erupted in its wake. It was also historic in how rare it is for a grand jury not to return an indictment.

After Ferguson Announcement, a Racial Divide Remains Over Views of Justice - New York Times


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After Ferguson Announcement, a Racial Divide Remains Over Views of Justice
New York Times
Paul McLemore, the first African-American to become a New Jersey state trooper, was on the streets of Newark in 1967 when riots following a police beating of a black taxi driver left 26 dead. He spent decades as a civil rights lawyer and years as a municipal ...
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