Agitators planned to disrupt Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade, report says
Agitators planned Wednesday to disrupt the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade after Ferguson protesters were able to shut down major New York City roadways Tuesday, the New York Post reports
Men allegedly plotted to bomb Gateway Arch, kill Ferguson officials, report says
The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reported Wednesday that Brandon Orlando Baldwin and Olajuwon Ali Davis were indicted last week on federal weapons charges but authorities expect more charges to be filed against the duo relating to the alleged plot.
Dozens arrested in California on third night of protests over Ferguson shooting
Dozens of protesters in Los Angeles and Oakland were arrested late Wednesday during a third night of demonstrations linked to the shooting protest in Ferguson, Missouri.
Protests dwindle in Ferguson, heat up in California
The throngs of protesters who overran Ferguson after the grand jury decision in the Michael Brown case dwindled to just a few small groups as people began cleaning up this battered community and seeking something closer to a normal routine.
Throngs of Ferguson protesters dwindle to small groups as community seeks return to normal
Family: 12-year-old boy would still be alive if police hadn't 'reacted quickly' and shot him
The family of a 12-year-old boy fatally wounded by a Cleveland police officer says surveillance video of the shooting shows that if the officer had not acted so quickly the youngster would still be alive.
Global jihadists tweet in bid to recruit Ferguson protesters
Islamic jihadists worldwide have launched a barrage of recruitment messages amid the latest unrest in Ferguson, Mo., using Twitter accounts to call on African-Americans and others in the United States to join their cause.
Autopsy suggests Oklahoma beheading victim fought back against attacker with kitchen knife
An autopsy shows the woman who was beheaded at an Oklahoma food-processing plant apparently tried to fight off her attacker, who had a serrated cooking knife.
Police ID man found dead in Ferguson after body set on fire; unclear if any link to protests
St. Louis County police say that a 20-year-old man whose dead body was found inside a car in Ferguson, Missouri, after riots erupted had been intentionally set on fire.
New Jersey authorities: Pennsylvania woman wanted daughter's ex-boyfriend, 2 others killed
Authorities in New Jersey say a Pennsylvania woman has been arrested for paying an undercover officer she thought was a hit man to kill her daughter's ex-boyfriend and two other people.
N. Korean media reveal leader Kim Jong Un's younger sister is senior official in ruling party
North Korea has revealed that leader Kim Jong Un's younger sister is a senior official in the ruling Workers' Party, adding to analysts' views that she is an increasingly important part of the family dynasty that runs the country.
Malaysian leader reverses pledge to scrap sedition law curbing free speech
Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak says a colonial-era law curbing free speech will be retained and strengthened, backpedaling on a pledge two years ago to abolish the law as part of political reforms.
OPEC's unity tested as oil ministers seen unlikely to cut output amid oil glut, price plunge
OPEC oil ministers meeting in Vienna on Thursday are in a bind.
Pro-Western Ukraine parliament opens for its first session since elections
Parliament in Ukraine has opened for its first session since an election last month that ushered in a spate of pro-Western parties.
General strike shuts down services across Greece; flights grounded, ferries tied up in ports
A nationwide general strike to protest continued austerity measures has shut down services across Greece, grounding flights, leaving ferries tied up in ports, shutting down schools and leaving state hospitals functioning with emergency staff.
Girls hanged from tree died by suicide, say Indian investigators who rule out murder
India's top federal investigating agency says that two teenage girls believed to have been raped and hanged by their attackers actually committed suicide.
Japanese reporter pleads not guilty to charges of defaming South Korean president
A Japanese reporter on Thursday pleaded not guilty to charges of defaming South Korea's president by reporting rumors that she was absent for seven hours during a ferry disaster in April because she was with a man.
Suspected insurgents kill 1 Indian solider, injure 3 others in Kashmir
The Indian army says a group of heavily armed suspected militants have killed at least one soldier and wounded three others in the latest fighting in the Indian portion of Kashmir.
Crippled cargo ship with 700 migrants is safely towed to waters just off southern Greek town
Officials say a broken-down smuggling ship carrying 700 men, women and children trying to emigrate to Europe has been safely towed to just off the southern Greek island of Crete.
With incentives and force, Islamic State group subduing tribes in Syria and Iraq
The Islamic State group is employing multiple tactics to subdue the Sunni Muslim tribes in Syria and Iraq under its rule, wooing some with gifts — everything from cars to feed for their animals — while brutally suppressing those that resist with mass killings.