It's been almost two weeks since unarmed teenager Michael Brown was shot by Officer Darren Wilson in Ferguson, Missouri.
While there are many conflicting reports of what occurred between the African-American teenager and the white officer, St. Louis County Prosecuting Attorney Robert McCulloch recently said his office won't be done presenting evidence to a grand jury in the city until mid-October.
"We're not going to rush it through, and we're not going to leave anything out," McCulloch told CNN affiliate KMOV.
A mission to rescue James Foley before his death fails. Protests in Ferguson abate. And U.S. airlines reap billions in profits.
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