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Yet Another Congressman Removes Controversial Painting From Capitol Walls

The painting depicting police as pigs was restored for a second time on Tuesday, but congressional Republicans say they hope to permanently remove it from the US Capitol. The Congressional Black Caucus is promising to fight for the young artist's freedom of speech.

Poem: "Bullet Points" By Jericho Brown

Using visceral imagery drawn from recent news about police brutality in America, award-winning poet Jericho Brown dares readers to stare directly into the smoking barrel of what has become a nightmarish reality for far too many people.

State Of Emergency Declared In Ferguson After Shooting At Protest

Plainclothes officers returned fire on a man who shot at their vehicle after heavy gunfire rang out in Ferguson, Missouri, police said. Multiple gunshots were fired Sunday night on the one-year anniversary of the shooting of an unarmed black teenager in the city.

Jay Z And Beyoncé Paid "Tens Of Thousands" To Bail Out Protesters, Activist Says

Dream Hampton said Sunday that Jay Z and Beyoncé wired thousands of dollars to help release protesters jailed in Baltimore and Ferguson, Missouri. Update: Representatives confirmed to BuzzFeed News on Monday that a donation was made to the Black Lives Matter movement, and co-founder Patrisse Cullors said “We are incredibly thankful to the Carters for their generous gift."

Change Didn't Come To Ferguson

Despite historic election results changing the demographic makeup of the city council, the outcome of Ferguson’s municipal elections fall far short of the changes activists were seeking.

Embattled Ferguson Mayor Faces Possible Recall

Five anonymous residents have filed a petition asking Mayor James Knowles to resign. If they get 15% of the city's registered voters to sign it, they could force a special election.

How Ferguson's Legal System Echoes An Ugly Past

Ferguson's exploitative municipal court system echoes the South's history of trumped-up legal charges designed to force blacks back into servitude.

"American Crime" Offers An Unapologetic Look At Race Issues In The U.S.

With dialogue like, “You wish you were white so they would like you better,” John Ridley, who earned an Oscar for the 12 Years a Slave screenplay, is adding to network television’s already much talked about diverse new offerings, but with a much harder punch.

How Does It Feel To Be A Cop Who Shot Someone?

Officer Jackie Person was the only patrolwoman in the police department of her small hometown in Massachusetts when she killed a man in 2004. Everyone agreed she was justified in using deadly force, but she would never be the same.

This Is What It's Like To Go To Court In Ferguson, Missouri

Hint: It can be a convoluted and expensive process in a city where, according to the Department of Justice, officials have consistently set maximizing revenue as the priority for law enforcement.

Here's How Ferguson Police Use Dogs On Town Residents

Ferguson police "have exclusively set their dogs against black individuals, often in cases where doing so was not justified by the danger presented," according to a Department of Justice report investigation released Wednesday.

22 Of The Most Powerful Photos From This Week

The art of photography is an amazing tool used by journalists all over the world. Some images they create can make you laugh, cry, or enter a state of awe. Others are just aesthetically beautiful and pleasing to the eye. These are some of the most amazing images from this week created by hardworking photographers all over the globe. (Some viewers may find some of the images disturbing.)

16 Memorable Crime Stories We Published This Year

A high school teacher who abused his students. A Georgia prison allegedly covering up the rape of a trans inmate. The chaotic aftermath of the Michael Brown shooting in Ferguson. The brief life and baffling death of an unarmed man shot dead by police in a Wal-Mart. A disappearing wage thief. The downfall of Mississippi's most progressive prison reformer. Here are a few of the most memorable crime stories published by BuzzFeed News in 2014.

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