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The Justice Department releases "searing" report on Ferguson's police department and municipal courts.
Lawmakers link Martin Luther King Jr.'s legacy to the fight for criminal justice reform.
According to AP, top state officials had unsuccessfully tried to force Ferguson Police Chief Tom Jackson to step down this past fall.
Two Democratic congressmen in Missouri are locked in a contentious primary battle.
South Carolina and Texas are not giving up on the fight to preserve their new voting laws.
Missouri Congressman Wm. Lacy Clay discusses the urgent problem affecting 20 percent of American teens that led him to cosponsor the Anti-Bullying and Harassment Act of 2011.
Redistricting could force Black and White House Democrats to compete against each other and fracture the party.
House Republicans set up a vote on the debt limit that was destined to fail to let Democrats know they're serious about big budget cuts and won't raise the debt limit without them.
Historic Black town Cairo, Illinois, was almost washed away by floodwaters. A legal battle saved it but unearthed racial tensions.
After numerous lawsuits, public hearings and other actions related to a toxic site in Missouri, the EPA regional administrator signed an enforcement action memorandum to remove the contaminants and buildings on the site later this year.