St. Louis police acquittal protests continue for third day

Protests started peacefully on Sunday after violence between police and demonstrators took place over the last two nights after the acquittal of a white police officer in the 2011 fatal shooting of Anthony Lamar Smith.

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Paw Print Rewind #046

Editor’s Note: This is the Paw Print Rewind, a daily recap of the top news headlines. Lowe’s gains overshadowed by Home Depot Lowe’s fourth-quarter sales at U.S. stores open for over a year rose a healthy 5.5 percent, with expectations for 2016 sales to rise six percent. “As good as (Lowe’s) numbers are, comparisons will…

Paw Print Rewind #045

Editor’s Note: This is the Paw Print Rewind, a daily recap of the top news headlines. U.S. strikes Islamic State in Libya, killing 40 people U.S. warplanes carried out airstrikes against Islamic State-linked militants in western Libya on Friday, killing as many as 40 people in an operation targeting a suspect linked to two deadly…

Paw Print Rewind #044

Editor’s Note: This is the Paw Print Rewind, a daily recap of the top news headlines. Dish swing to 2015 loss as subscribers decline Dish Network swung to a loss in 2015, hurt by a drop in pay-TV subscribers and a wireless airwaves auction-related expense. The U.S.’ No. 2 satellite TV provider’s net income attributable…

Paw Print Rewind #043

Editor’s Note: This is the Paw Print Rewind, a daily recap of the top news headlines. U.N.: Civilian Afghanistan casualties hit record high Civilian casualties of the war in Afghanistan rose to record levels for the seventh straight year in 2015, according to the United Nations, as violence spread across the country. According to the…

Paw Print Rewind #042

Editor’s Note: This is the Paw Print Rewind, a daily recap of the top news headlines. Zomato breaks even at home, key markets abroad Zomato has broken even in key markets like India, according to the company, and is on track to make a profit as early as next June. The New Delhi-based restaurant search…