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Second black teen killed by white officer in St Louis
Second black teen killed by white officer in St Louis
A white off-duty police officer shot and killed a black teenager in St Louis on Wednesday, officers said, triggering a night of protests just miles...
Ferguson protests resume over Michael Brown's death
Ferguson protests resume over Michael Brown's death
More than 100 demonstrators marched peacefully in St Louis on Tuesday, calling for the arrest of a white police officer who shot dead an unarmed...
African-Americans have little faith in US justice
African-Americans have little faith in US justice
Outrage over the fatal shooting of Michael Brown is giving way to anger that the white police officer who pulled the trigger might never...
'His instrument was his voice'
'His instrument was his voice'
Luther Ingram, the R&B and soul singer-songwriter best known for his hit If Loving You Is Wrong (I Don't Want to Be Right) has died. He was...
Blues great Henry Townsend 'believed in the music'
Blues great Henry Townsend 'believed in the music'
Blues guitarist Henry Townsend, who ran away from his family as a boy and stayed in St Louis for a prolific career spanning eight decades, has died...
World's smallest horse faces tall order
World's smallest horse faces tall order
At just a hair over 43cm tall, the miniature horse is more inclined to walk under fences than jump them -- and her owners have sheltered the mare...
Two heads are better than one
Two heads are better than one
Aquarium officials in St Louis in the United States hope an exhibit that opens next week and runs until September 5 will earn a Guinness World...
Kerry, Bush square off over taxes
Kerry, Bush square off over taxes
In a heated debate rematch, Senator John Kerry accused United States President George Bush on Friday night of transforming huge budget surpluses...
Bush and Kerry to meet for second debate
Bush and Kerry to meet for second debate
President George W Bush and Senator John Kerry meet on Friday in a debate rematch as a new poll shows a shift toward the Democratic challenger.
Legal feuding takes toll on 'magnificent venture'
Legal feuding takes toll on 'magnificent venture'
A Missouri maker of software that has enabled users to copy DVDs and computer games soon could fold under the mounting weight of lawsuits by...
100th birthday may soon be the norm in rich nations
100th birthday may soon be the norm in rich nations
Life expectancy may balloon to 100 years old in rich nations thanks to scientific advances, but such progress could widen the gap between wealthy...
FBI reopens cold case of stolen Rockwell painting
FBI reopens cold case of stolen Rockwell painting
A painting by United States artist Norman Rockwell that was stolen more than 30 years ago was sold in 1988, and federal officials now are trying to...

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