Beyond the gas masks, violence and clashes with police, there are concerned members of Ferguson who want to be heard.

Here’s what they’re saying.

Ferguson schools will have a 7-day delayed start.

That affects 11,000 kids, many who rely on the schools for their free breakfast and lunch programs.

Community leaders are taking it upon themselves to provide meals for kids.

The school district has contacted outside counseling groups to help students upon their return.

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A group called Museum Hack aims to recruit a new wave of millennial visitors with interactive, gossip-filled tours.
Go behind-the-scenes.

A group called Museum Hack aims to recruit a new wave of millennial visitors with interactive, gossip-filled tours.

Go behind-the-scenes.

The Drug Enforcement Administration paid an Amtrak employee hundreds of thousands of dollars for confidential information it could have gotten for free.

True story.

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"Carpe, carpe diem. Seize the day, boys. Make your lives extraordinary.​"​
- Rest in peace, Robin Williams

"Carpe, carpe diem. Seize the day, boys. Make your lives extraordinary.​"​

- Rest in peace, Robin Williams

The Watts riots began 49 years ago today.

Several have compared those 1965 riots to the Ferguson, Missouri riots, which erupted yesterday after a police officer shot and killed unarmed 18-year-old Michael Brown.

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There’s another reason to have one more cup of coffee.
A new study says that drinking coffee may prevent tinnitus — that obnoxious phantom ringing in your ears.
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There’s another reason to have one more cup of coffee.

A new study says that drinking coffee may prevent tinnitus — that obnoxious phantom ringing in your ears.

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In a world of white swans, ballerina Misty Copeland stands out.
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In a world of white swans, ballerina Misty Copeland stands out.

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"As the work of a non-human animal, it has no human author in whom copyright is vested.

This copyright battle is bananas.

In 2011, a monkey stole nature photographer David Slater’s camera and proceeded to take a selfie.

The photo found its way to Wikimedia Commons, who says that since Slater did not take the photo himself, it is considered public domain.

Slater doesn’t agree.

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