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Ferguson, Missouri, protest leader found shot dead in burning car: police

Ferguson protest leader found deadA federal investigation later found patterns of racial discrimination by Ferguson police.  The demonstrations helped to coalesce the civil rights movement Black Lives Matter.

"I don’t recall anyone having a longer protest, a more productive protest, a more creative protest than what we did," Seals said in an interview with MTV released in November 2014. "I don’t think people will ever really appreciate what we did until years from now."


Mexico's treasury minister resigns after Trump visit

mexico's treasury minister resignsMexican Treasury Minister Luis Videgaray has resigned, a week after Donald Trump's controversial visit to the country to meet with President Enrique Peña Nieto, a ministry spokeswoman said Wednesday.

Videgaray, one of Peña Nieto's closest advisers, did not state a reason for stepping down, but he will not take another public position for the time being, Finance Ministry spokeswoman Claudia Algorri said.


Hillary Clinton releases list of endorsements from 95 retired generals, admirals

Hillary releases list of military endorsementsHillary Clinton on Wednesday unveiled a list of 95 retired generals and admirals endorsing her for president, one day after Republican candidate Donald Trump released a list of 88.

The former secretary of state's list include just six new names not previously announced. In its release unveiling the longer list, the Clinton campaign declared that Trump "lacks the knowledge, stability and values" to be commander in chief, and noted that 2012 Republican nominee Mitt Romney had the endorsements of 500 former military leaders.


Scientists find toxic air pollution particles in human brains

airpollutants found in human brainsResearchers found particles in air pollution may pose more of a health threat than previously thought after discovering metallic particles in the brains of people who live in Mexico City and Manchester, England.

Strongly magnetic, and toxic, magnetite particles linked to the development of neurodegenerative diseases were detected in the brain tissue of 37 people, researchers at the University of Lancaster report in a study published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.


UK: Work to begin on Calais wall to stop Channel migrants

Calais wallBritain hopes a 4 meter-high (13 foot-high) concrete wall will succeed where security guards and barbed wire have failed, and stop migrants reaching the U.K. from the northern French port of Calais.

Home Office Minister Robert Goodwill announced this week that a 1 kilometer-long (0.6 mile-long) barrier will be built as part of a 17 million pound ($23 million) security package agreed to by Britain and France. He told lawmakers on Tuesday that its construction along the main highway to the port would start "very soon."


Maldives president's corruption revealed

Abdullah YameenAl Jazeera's Investigative Unit has exposed massive corruption at the top of the Maldives government, including theft, bribery and money laundering. President Abdulla Yameen is accused of receiving cash in bags filled with up to $1m - so much that it was "difficult to carry", according to one of the men who delivered the money.

A new documentary, Stealing Paradise , provides an unprecedented insight into how international corruption is carried out. The story is told through data obtained from three of former Vice President Ahmed Adeeb's smartphones and dozens of confidential documents. It also features secretly recorded confessions of three men who embezzled millions and delivered the stolen cash on the orders of the president and his deputy.


USA Freedom girls sue Trump campaign

USA Freedom girls sue TrumpThe USA Freedom Kids who became a viral sensation after performing at a Trump rally in January are suing the Republican’s campaign for $15,000 in damages.

The lawsuit claims that the Trump campaign refused to reimburse the travel expenses for the girls in the singing troupe who performed their song, "Freedom's Call,” at a rally in Pensacola, Fla. The singing group was also not able to sell their merchandise at the event despite getting approval to do so, according to legal documents reviewed by The Daily Beast.


Roger Ailes Won’t Pay Gretchen Carlson a Cent

Roger AilesRoger Ailes will not pay any portion of the millions owed to Gretchen Carlson as part of a settlement of her lawsuit alleging the former Fox News CEO sexually harassed her before firing her from the network.

21st Century Fox and Carlson agreed upon a $20-million settlement, multiple outlets reported Tuesday, ending a two-month saga that ultimately included the ousting of Ailes from the network he built.


Dallas Morning News: Trump 'does not deserve your vote'

dallas Morning News attacks TrumpThe Dallas Morning News on Tuesday declared Donald Trump is not qualified to serve as president, writing in an editorial that the GOP nominee does not represent Republican ideals.

The newspaper has endorsed the Republican Party's nominee for president every year since 1964. It said that for generations, it had been clear what it meant to be a Republican: "A belief in individual liberty. Free markets. Strong national defense."


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