A Missouri teenager was just doing some routine shopping at Walmart when she came upon a frantic mother whose 11-month-old daughter suddenly stopped breathing. The woman was trying to revive her baby, but it wasn't working. A store employee called 911 and the dispatcher asked if someone could perform CPR.
Reports are emerging that Ferguson, Mo., police officer Darren Wilson suffered severe facial injuries, including a fractured eye socket, during a confrontation with Michael Brown on August 9 that resulted in Wilson fatally shooting the unarmed black teenager.
On America's Newsroom this morning, we heard Bill O'Reilly's thoughts on what has unfolded in recent days on the streets of Ferguson. He said all "fair-minded Americans" should be concerned when someone is shot six times by a police officer, and peaceful protests are justified.
Amid the unrest and protests following the shooting of an unarmed black teenager by a police officer, authorities say a knife-wielding man was shot and killed by an officer today in St. Louis.
Today, the "Outnumbered" panel debated if the militarized police response to violence and looting in Ferguson, Missouri, following the death of Michael Brown is appropriate.
A woman who claims to be a friend of Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson is now sharing Wilson's version of the fatal encounter with Michael Brown. Speaking on the The Dana Loesch Radio Show, "Josie" said that Brown "bum-rushed" Wilson at one point and that Wilson believed that Brown was "on something."
Tensions are running among the various police departments in and around Ferguson, Missouri, including a possible lawsuit by St. Louis County against the Missouri Highway Patrol. The county argues that the highway patrol have not allowed its officers to wear protective gear in some instances.
Today, the "Outnumbered" panel discussed the most recent news from Ferguson, Missouri, following the death of unarmed 18-year-old Michael Brown, who was shot six times by police officer Darren Wilson.
A private autopsy on Michael Brown performed at the request of his family showed that the unarmed 18-year-old was struck at least six times by Ferguson, Missouri, police officer Darren Wilson's bullets.
A private autopsy on Michael Brown showed that he was struck six times by a Ferguson, Missouri, police officer's bullets. Dr. Michael Baden talked to Bill Hemmer about his findings.
A private autopsy on Michael Brown showed that he was struck six times by a Ferguson, Missouri, police officer's bullets.