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Nurse not willing to stay put: Not long ago, Kaci Hickox was fighting Ebola in West Africa, doing what she could to treat those with the deadly disease. Now, she's in the middle of a different fight - this time, in Maine. Maine health officials say they're filing a court order requiring the nurse take a 21-day quarantine. Hickox is challenging that and says she has no intention of staying put.
What difference will it make in Ferguson, MO if police chief Thomas Jackson resigns? None at all, says CNN Legal Analyst Mel Robbins.
“What the folks that are protesting are upset about is that there hasn’t been an indictment.”
CNN Law Enforcement Analyst and former FBI Assistant Director Tom Fuentes agrees.
“Whether he resigns, or is fired, won’t matter at the end of the day if Wilson isn’t arrested, prosecuted and jailed for shooting Michael Brown. Nothing less will appease anybody.”
Fuentes says police should be preparing for violence around the country if Wilson isn’t indicted.
“They better be stocking up because they’ve been told this is going to happen.”
Christi Paul speaks with actor Blair Underwood about his involvement in the "No More" campaign. "No More" is a PSA that encourages professional athletes and social media users to speak out on why we must put a stop to domestic violence and sexual assault in the U.S.