Ferguson Attorney: Brown Family Settlement $1.5 MillionThe insurance company for the city of Ferguson, Missouri, paid $1.5 million to settle a wrongful death lawsuit filed by Michael Brown's parents, the city attorney said Friday.
New Surveillance Footage Of Michael Brown Sparks ProtestsNew video captured hours before Michael Brown was killed shows the 18-year-old exchanging marijuana for cigarillos with the clerks of a Ferguson, Missouri, store, a documentary director told CNN on Monday.
Pew Survey: Officers More Reluctant To Use Force, Make StopsThree-quarters of officers surveyed said they are hesitant to use force, even when appropriate, and are less willing to stop and question suspicious people.
Central High School Student Disappointed In Administration's Handling Of Backlash To Ferguson Protests ArticleA Central High School student criticized the school's response to online threats made against him after writing an article for the school newspaper opposing the Ferguson, Missouri protests.
Missouri Lieutenant Governor Denounces University ProtestsPeter Kinder, the Lieutenant Governor of Missouri, expressed outrage at the handling of protests that led to the resignation of the University of Missouri's President.
La Salle Professor Addresses One Year Anniversary Of FergusonGallagher told Dom Giordano on Talk Radio 1210 WPHT that the multiple episodes of highly publicized police shootings show there is still more to do in the year since Ferguson.
Ramsey Weighs In On Nation's Community Policing Progress 1 Year Post-FergusonPhiladelphia Police Commissioner Charles Ramsey says the controversy forced a shift in policing nationwide.
Prosecutor: 20-Year-Old Charged In Shootings Of 2 Ferguson Police OfficersAuthorities say they have made an arrest in the shooting of two officers outside the Ferguson Police Department.
Zeoli Show Log 3.11.15Rich covers the latest in scandal regarding Hillary Clinton's private email and the verdict in the Blurred Lines trial. He talked to Ed Rendell about the Eagles, FOX News Legal Analyst Andrew Napolitano, and National Reveiw's Ian Tuttle.
Filmmaker Who Released Sharpton Video: 'If I Have One Message To People, It's That We Have To Break News'Chris Stigall talked to conservative filmmaker James O'Keefe from the Conservative Political Action Conference in Washington D.C.
Zeoli Show Log 1.21.15Rich reviews President Obama's State of the Union Address, meteorologists getting fired for getting their predictions wrong, and what should the penalty be for the New England Patriots after deflating the footballs in Sunday's AFC Championship Game. He also talks to Chris Chase from USA Today and Kay Hymowitz from the Manhattan Institute.
Explaining The Grand JuryWhat is a grand jury anyway, and why do they have power to decide who gets arrested?
New Monmouth University Poll Finds 'Deep Racial Divide' On Alleged Racism In The Judicial Process“The poll indicates a strong sense of distrust for the entire justice process among black Americans, not only for the police but for the actions of courts and prosecutors as well,” said Patrick Murray, director of the Monmouth University Polling Institute in West Long Branch, New Jersey.
Racial Equality Discussions Have Tensions Running HighThe racial divide in opinions over the police shootings of unarmed black men is playing out as tension among friends both in person and on social media, especially during holiday socializing.
Cartoon In Local Paper Draws Ire Of Philadelphia Police CommissionerThe cartoon appeared in the <em>Bucks County Courier Times</em> and depicted kids asking Santa Claus to “keep us safe from the police.”