Obama: Using any event as an excuse for violence is contrary to rule of law  

ABC News By : Staff Reporting

As a grand jury debates whether or not to indict Ferguson, Missouri, police officer Darren Wilson in the shooting death of Michael Brown, President Barack Obama today — in an exclusive interview with ABC News — urged the residents of the city and all others to “keep protests peaceful.”

“This is a country that allows everybody to express their views.

Allows them to peacefully assemble, to protest actions that they think are unjust. But using any event as an excuse for violence is contrary to rule of law and contrary to who we are... - Referenced Article


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Russian hackers posting baby monitors, webcams online, (VIDEO)  

CBS News By : Staff Reporting

A Russian-backed website is peering into homes around the world.

Anyone can log on to see the live feeds from homes to security systems, all with a map straight to your front door...


Federal judge overturns Montana's ban on same-sex marriage  

CNN By : Staff Reporting

A federal judge overturned Montana's same-sex marriage ban Wednesday, making it the 34th state in the nation to allow such unions. U.S. District Court Judge Brian Morris' order was effective immediately. - Referenced Article


Why liberals are turning on Bill Cosby over rape allegations  

Fox News By : Staff Reporting

First Bill Cosby made us laugh. Now he’s making us cringe.

And one of the most striking things about Cosby’s refusal to comment on a rising tide of rape allegations is that the reactions are breaking down along political lines. Conservatives, who admire the way that Cosby has spoken out against dysfunction and lousy parenting in black families, are skeptical.

Liberals, who view themselves as champions of women’s rights, are abandoning him. - Referenced Articles


Analysis: Michael Brown's fatal encounter with Wilson took less than 2 minutes  

CNN By : Staff Reporting

The fatal encounter that ended with the shooting of Michael Brown by officer Darren Wilson was brief, lasting less than two minutes, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reported.

Brown, an unarmed black teen, was shot by Wilson, a white police officer, on August 9 in Ferguson, Missouri.  - Referenced Article


Ben Stein: Self-defeating black underclass plagued by drugs, gangs  

Washington Times By : Jessica Chasmar

Ben Stein argued Monday that the “real problem” with race in America is the “pathetic, self-defeating black underclass” that’s plagued by drugs and gangs.

“You would think, if you read the liberal mainstream media, that the main problem with race in America was poor innocent black people being set upon and mistreated by the police. - Referenced Article


A gesture by Putin to China's First Lady covered up by Chinese  

CBS News By : Staff Reporting

It was a warm gesture on a chilly night when Vladimir Putin wrapped a shawl around the wife of Xi Jinping while the Chinese president chatted with Barack Obama.

The only problem: Putin came off looking gallant, the Chinese summit host gauche and inattentive. - Referenced Article


Early Arctic blast like deep freeze in January  

CNN By : Staff Reporting


Dr. Myles Munroe, wife and daughter killed in airplane crash, Wiki-Bio  

Citi97.3 FM By : Staff Reporting

Dr. Myles Munroe, internationally-known author, bible teacher, governmental consultant and leadership mentor, was one of nine passengers on a plane that crashed in Grand Bahama on Sunday afternoon, according to multiple news reports.

A Lear 36 executive jet left the Lynden Pindling International Airport (LPIA) for the Grand Bahama International Airport, the Department of Civil Aviation reports. - Referenced Article

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Mark Zuckerberg holds his first-ever public Q&A on Facebook  

CNN Money By : Staff Reporting

The Facebook CEO spent about an hour answering questions submitted from around the world, including some from Facebook users who flew to the company's California headquarters for the event.

Here's a look at some of the highlights:

Why did Facebook force its users to install the Messenger app?

Zuckerberg acknowledged that having all Facebook users install a new app "is a big ask" and "required friction." Referenced Article


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