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President Obama: “In too many communities around the country, a gulf of mistrust exists between local residents and law enforcement. In too many communities, too many young men of color are left behind and seen only as objects of fear.”

KWMU: Live Updates: Ferguson Residents Caught In The Protest; City Police Discuss Another Killing

KMOX: Obama: ‘Gulf of Mistrust’ Between Residents, Law Enforcement

Salon: Rep. Emanuel Cleaver: Ferguson looks like Iraq

KMBC: 2 Shot, 4 Cops Hurt, 31 Arrests in Ferguson Monday Night

Post-Dispatch: Tally of another tense night in Ferguson includes fires, shootings and 31 arrests

AP: Police, protesters collide Monday night in Ferguson

Post-Dispatch: St. Louis police fatally shoot man who brandished knife

RFT: PHOTOS: Police Restraint Tested in Ferguson Monday Night

KWMU: Tear Gas Flies Again In Ferguson, But Violence Is Reduced

AP: Mass for Peace planned in St. Louis

AP: Redskins show solidarity with Ferguson protest

Star: ‘Outside agitators’ worsening unrest in Ferguson, Mo., residents say

Politico: McCaskill: Protests were 'invaded'

KMOX: Attorney General Eric Holder: Acts of Violence By Public Cannot be Condoned

News Tribune: Marchers carry message from LU to Capitol

Post-Dispatch: Judge denies ACLU motion for an order to stop police tactics

News-Leader: Statement from Gov. Nixon regarding the ongoing situation in Ferguson and role of National Guard

Star: Governor makes right call to quell unrest in Ferguson

Post-Dispatch: Missouri's senators back federal role in Ferguson investigation, but differ in emphasis

Post-Dispatch: 'We are all frustrated and looking for justice,' Nixon says

PoliticMO: McCaskill, Blunt to join Eric Holder in Ferguson

Post-Dispatch: Editorial: In Ferguson, time for leaders to step forward and speak clearly

AP: As protests rage, Obama struggles to find his role

Star: Dave Helling: Events in Ferguson, Mo., offer lessons for liberals and conservatives

RFT: Amnesty International: "A Human-Rights Crisis" in Ferguson

. A USDA study last year said only Arkansas had more people facing daily food uncertainty. A new survey says almost 1.2-million Missourians patronize the hundreds of food closets, food kitchens, and similar sources.

Missourinet: New survey of food needs in Missouri (AUDIO)

“The Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education ignored several conflicts of interest when it directed a contract to CEE-Trust, the high bidder among four prospective vendors that sought to improve underperforming school districts, Missouri auditors say.

Pitch: Audit dings Missouri education department for steering contract in favor of a vendor proposing overhaul of Kansas City Public Schools

Star: State review faults education department’s handling of CEE-Trust contract

“The new U.S. jobs reports for July released on Monday reveal that Gov. Sam Brownback’s tax cuts are not producing lots of new employment in Kansas. But Missouri — which didn’t cut taxes — is another and more positive story.”

Star: New jobs reports shows Brownback’s tax-cut promises still failing

Missourinet: Speaker not worried about veto session support of members who outlasted Sinquefield-backed opponents

 
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