When a photographer is at the right place at the right time, a lightning show can be absolutely magical.
Simon says President Obama is doing little to help the situation.
Mayor James Knowles says all residents believe there is no racial divide.
Six journalists were taken into custody while covering the protests in Ferguson, Missouri, on Monday and early Tuesday, aggravating what one press freedom group has called a "concerted, top-down effort to restrict the fundamental First Amendment rights of the public and the press."
A new survey finds the North Carolina senator's lead down to 4 points.
Two high school students plotted to kill three staffers and as many students as possible in a mass shooting plot, police in South Pasadena, California, said.
He also said he doesn't think President Obama needs to come to Ferguson.
The editorial board says the veto that led to his indictment is not a reason to be upset him.
The high-level jockeying for 2016 is already in full swing.
Alison Lundergan Grimes' campaign bus highlights the role her father is playing in the race.
The president speaks on Ferguson, but remains guarded, reserved and deeply clinical about it.
On the one hand, there's the need to respect and protect people's constitutional right to congregate and express their opinions. On the other, there's the need to make sure all people and all property are safe and secure.
Residents react to the shooting death of Michael Brown who was killed by police officer Darren Wilson.