The canine’s leash caught in the lift doors.
Rapper Josh Smith said that he reposted the video with the officer’s face blurred
Ferguson, Missouri officials demanded changes to an agreement reached with the Justice Department on police reforms.
At least 20 have been killed in relation to the inclement weather and floods
The preacher tells The Indepedent he will be returning to the campus to speak again today
A string of racist incidents have caused pain and outcry amongst the black students and faculty members at the University of Missouri.
Ugly messages stoked fears of a school shooting and driving students — particularly minorities — from campus dorms
Jonathan L Butler will only drink water until University of Missouri President Tim Wolfe steps down
63-year-old was convicted of seven other racially motivated murders after killing Gerald Gordon in a sniper shooting
People have more control over their feelings than is often realised, he believed
State’s attorney general looks to 'alternative methods'
The ferocity of Monday’s tornado was unprecedented and devastating
On a late summer's day in San Francisco in 1962, a modest crowd gathered to watch the visiting St Louis Cardinals baseball team do battle with the hometown San Francisco Giants. The Cardinals were not strong that year, while the Giants were challenging for the National League divisional baseball championship. Still, the Cardinals were always interesting to watch because of the presence on the team of their aging superstar, Stan Musial, known down the years to anybody exposed to the sport as "Stan the Man".
It may be America's largest waterway, but now even the mighty Mississippi is being choked by drought, as historically low water levels threaten to halt the flow of vital commodities from the heart of the US, with potentially devastating economic consequences.
It took less than an hour to kill 20 young children in Connecticut.
The comeback team against the would-be comeback city. Such is the 2012 World Series which opens tonight in what is probably the major leagues' most beautiful ballpark, where Barry Bonds used to lash his steroid-fuelled home runs into San Francisco Bay.