Wednesday, October 22, 2014 As of 6:21 PM EDT
The official autopsy showed Brown was shot nine times and at least once at close range.
No Autopsy In Joan Rivers' Death
Obama Considers Backing Bush-Era Reading Of Torture Treaty
Ebola 'Becoming More Contagious,' Experts Fear
Rome Mayor Recognizes 16 Same-Sex Marriages
4 Big Mistakes That Made Ebola Worse
Royals' World Series Appearance Boosts Interest
UK Jihadists Who Join Islamic State Could Face Treason Charges
Ebola Breakthrough: US Test Can Detect Virus In Seconds
US Met With Terrorist-Affiliated Syrian Kurds
What We Don’t Know About The Ottawa Shootings
Police confirmed more than one person was involved in the shootings in Ottawa Wednesday, but details are unclear.
Politico: We’re Not Shills For BP
Politico says an eyebrow-raising article written by a BP communications rep is a simple op-ed.
Ebola Riot Turns Deadly In Sierra Leone
Tensions worsened on Tuesday after two people were reportedly shot dead in a riot over a suspected case of Ebola virus disease.
Al Qaeda Eyes The Far West For Its Islamic Caliphate
Jihadist organizations like al Qaeda and ISIS have been pushing to recruit the Muslim minority in China — but Uighur leaders say no.
With Attention On ISIS, Assad Continues Siege
Syrian President Bahar Assad and his military are taking over Syrian towns while the United States and its allies focus on ISIS.
Michael Brown Autopsy Not Consistent With 'Hands Up Don't Shoot'
Cruz Delivers Scathing Ebola Response Critique
Sen. Ted Cruz says the U.S. immediately should stop issuing visas for Liberia.
Hong Kong Protests In Photos And Vines
Beset by anti-Occupy critics, Hong Kong's pro-democracy protesters have called on local police to protect them.
Scotland Heads To The Polls
Scots headed to the polls Thursday in a historical referendum that will decide if Scotland break ties with the United Kingdom.
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