This SNL Sketch About Ferguson Was Cut for "Time"

Jay Hathaway · 12/08/14 10:22AM

Saturday Night Live almost addressed the situation in Ferguson this weekend, but, like the cheerful morning news anchors in this "cut for time" sketch, they decided they'd rather talk about literally anything else.

Why Should Anyone "Respect" the Law?

Max Read · 12/04/14 11:00AM

In the wake of the announcement that Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson would not be indicted for shooting and killing Mike Brown, protestors across the country took to the streets in mass acts of civil disobedience, and in some cases, property damage.

Darren Wilson Finally Resigns from Ferguson P.D.

Tom Scocca · 11/29/14 06:43PM

Darren Wilson has reportedly announced his resignation from the Ferguson, Missouri, police department, issuing a letter in which he writes that "my continued employment may put the residents and police officers of the City of Ferguson at risk, which is a circumstance that I cannot allow."

Ferguson and the Fight for Recognition

Jason Parham · 11/26/14 03:45PM

At a September townhall meeting in Harlem, Carl Dix, a longtime Uptown fixture and mouthpiece, stood before the microphone in the auditorium of the Schomburg Center and called for mass rebellion. "It's going to take a revolution," he said, "nothing less, to end this and the horrors of the system once and for all."

Protestors Block Traffic and Go Head-To-Head with Police Across the U.S.

Gabrielle Bluestone · 11/26/14 01:00AM

For the second night in a row, demonstrators across the U.S. blocked traffic and squared off with police officers in protest of the Ferguson grand jury's decision not to indict a white police officer who fired six shots into an unarmed black teenager.

Darren Wilson to ABC News: I Have a Clean Conscience

Taylor Berman · 11/25/14 05:30PM

On Tuesday, Darren Wilson spoke with ABC News's George Stephanopoulos for over an hour. In the interview, a promo for which was released Tuesday afternoon, Wilson repeatedly defended killing Michael Brown in August, saying he did what he was trained to do that day and that wouldn't do anything differently. Later in the interview, Wilson told Stephanopoulos he had a clean conscience, though he said he regretted the loss of life.