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Missouri officer on leave over inflammatory video

cnn.com — (CNN) -- A Missouri police officer involved in maintaining security in troubled Ferguson was put on administrative leave Friday after a video surfaced showing him railing about the Supreme Court, Muslims, and his past -- and perhaps, he said, his future -- as "a killer." The officer, Dan Page of the St.
Aug 23, 2014

RT @cnnbrk: Missouri cop on leave after saying in speech, "I've killed a lot, and if I need to, I will kill a whole bunch more." cnn.it/1tBzgDa

Aug 23, 2014

RT @cnnbrk: Missouri cop on leave after saying in speech, "I've killed a lot, and if I need to, I will kill a whole bunch more." cnn.it/1tBzgDa

Aug 23, 2014

RT @cnnbrk: Missouri cop on leave after saying in speech, "I've killed a lot, and if I need to, I will kill a whole bunch more." cnn.it/1tBzgDa

Aug 23, 2014

Holy Moly ... A psych eval's in order for this dude, followed by a long vacay at the funny farm: cnn.com/2014/08/22/us/…

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How Ferguson could be America's future

cnn.com — (CNN) -- The protests in Ferguson, Missouri, have been described as a mirror into contemporary America, but they are also something else: A crystal ball. Look past the headlines -- the debates over race and police militarization that have surfaced after the killing of an unarmed black youth by a white police officer -- and one can glimpse America's future, some historians and political scientists say.

Russia: Humanitarian aid was delivered in Ukraine

cnn.com — Kiev, Ukraine (CNN) -- Several dozen Russian aid trucks left Ukrainian territory on Saturday morning, Russia's state-run RIA Novosti news agency reported, a day after they crossed the border without authorization. They were among 227 vehicles sent into eastern Ukraine on Friday, according to the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe, which has an observer mission at the checkpoint the convoy went through.

When grandparents were cool: News & Videos about When grandparents were cool

ireport.cnn.com — You might not think about this during family dinners or holiday get-togethers, but your grandparents were once young, hip and very much like you. For National Grandparents Day, which falls on September 7, we're asking you to share photos of your grandparents when they were young.

Exchange of fire on Pakistan-India border

cnn.com — (CNN) -- Pakistan and India exchanged fire near the border in the disputed Kashmir region early Saturday, killing at least two people from each country. The Indian paramilitary border security force said Pakistani forces fired shots and mortar rounds near the border, killing a father and son, and injuring three others " A spokesman for the security force called the action from the Pakistani side "unprovoked."
Aug 23, 2014

RT @cnnbrk: Pakistan, India exchange fire near border in disputed Kashmir region. Deaths reported. cnn.it/1zhy8pP

ISIS a '21st century propaganda machine'

cnn.com — Understanding ISIS is crucial for the U.S. to negotiate with the terrorist group - and their propaganda is the heart of ISIS.

How Wall Streeters blow off steam

money.cnn.com — For Damian Handzy, science is king. "I subscribe heavily to the notion that the scientific way of thinking is largely what's gotten humanity to where it is today from the middle ages," said Handzy, Chairman and CEO of Investor Analytics, a risk management firm.

The week's biggest stories

money.cnn.com — All the money news that matters to you this week: Twitter grows up, stocks don't stop, a big hospital network gets hacked and why kids are so expensive.

Transformations on the street

money.cnn.com — A goat herder in Jamaica, this man was trying to make a little extra money by charging tourists to come see his goats. Bustos isn't sure whether he was homeless, but he was definitely in need of money -- and a haircut.

Residents: The Ferguson on TV is not our town

cnn.com — Ferguson, Missouri (CNN) -- The QuikTrip that's now in shambles, its iconic red awning a nest of twisted metal, was once a favorite stop for residents here. The kids loved the slushies. The adults loved the doughnuts.
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American Journey: Starting a business amid the chaos in Ferguson

ac360.blogs.cnn.com — Opening a new restaurant is tough even in the best of circumstances, let alone in the middle of raging street protests. Ed Lavandera introduces us to Charles Davis who opened the Ferguson Burger Bar the day before Michael Brown was killed and kept it open through all of the chaos that followed.
Aug 23, 2014

RT @AC360: Meet the man who would not shut his brand new restaurant during the #Ferguson protests: cnn.it/1vu3cm5 pic.twitter.com/AT58flKYqi

Journalist James Foley's brother Michael shares his memories with Anderson Cooper

ac360.blogs.cnn.com — James Foley's death at the hands of ISIS terrorists in Syria was brutal and horrifying. The American journalist put himself in harm's way frequently over the course of his career. He was committed to helping those less fortunate and shining a light on the stories that many other journalists were unable to tell.

A night at a protest in Islamabad

ireport.cnn.com — Pakistan Awami Tehreek [PAT] and Pakistan Tehreek Insaf [PTI] are in to the eighth night of their sit-in [protest]. The third night at Constitution Avenue in front of the Parliament House and Parliament Lodges in the Red Zone. Despite the heavy rain fall large groups of people arrive to witness and participate in the events unfolding.

Keeping ISIS out of the U.S.

cnn.com — The U.S. is monitoring the possibility that the next generation of Islamic militants could come from within the border.