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Macon And Eggs: Talking About Ferguson In Macon

Today we kick off Macon and Eggs, a new series examining issues, ideas and politics in Middle Georgia. This week, we talk about the issues in Ferguson, Missouri. As Michael Brown, the unarmed 18-year-old black teenager shot by police, is laid to rest Monday, protests continue.

Family, Ferguson Community Gather At Funeral For Michael Brown

Thousands are expected to gather today for Michael Brown’s funeral at Friendly Temple Missionary Baptist Church in St. Louis. PBS NewsHour will live stream the event, which is scheduled to begin at 11 a.m. EDT. You can also watch the PBS Live Stream below.

Savannah's Reverend Jesse Blackshear Looks Back On Student Protests, Past And Present

Blackshear, a former state representative from Savannah, attended a student protest in Savannah’s Reynolds Square over the weekend. He recalled the civil rights protests of the 1950s and '60s.

People With Down Syndrome Are Pioneers In Alzheimer's Research

By age 40, the brains of people with Down syndrome start to resemble those of Alzheimer's patients. Scientists hope to speed up Alzheimer's drug development by studying people with Down syndrome.

Ebola Outbreak Emerges In Central Africa

With two deaths caused by the virus reported by the Democratic Republic of Congo's health ministry, the disease appears to have moved beyond West Africa.

State Of Emergency Declared After Quake Rocks Northern Calif.

The 6.0-magnitude temblor caused nearly 90 injuries, widespread power and water outages and damaged buildings in the wine country just north of San Francisco.

Latecomers Bring Fresh Outrage To Weary Ferguson

As the streets of Ferguson, Mo., calm down, new protesters are arriving to carry on demonstrations.

Al-Qaida's Syrian Affiliate Frees U.S. Journalist Held Since 2012

Peter Theo Curtis, who was abducted near the Syria-Turkey border in Oct. 2012, has been quietly handed over to a U.N. representative.

Picking Sides At Day Camp: Confederacy Or Union?

At typical summer day camps, kids swim, do arts and crafts and face off on the soccer field. But at a one-day program in North Carolina, 8- to 12-year-olds take sides in the Civil War.