A.M. Links: Ferguson Protests Continue, Hong Kong Protest Crackdown, EU Opens Anti-Piracy Base in Mogadishu


  • Joshua Wong

    Protests in Ferguson, Missouri continued for a second night over the grand jury decision not to indict Officer Darren Wilson in the shooting of Michael Brown.

  • Police in Hong Kong arrested a top student protest leader and cleared a protest site as anti-government demonstrations continue for a second month.
  • A federal judge overturned gay marriage bans in Arkansas and Mississippi.
  • The European Union is opening an anti-piracy base in Mogadishu.
  • Sony will issue partial refunds to resolve Federal Trade Commission charges over deceptive advertising for the PS Vita.
  • The Seattle Seahawks' Richard Sherman and Doug Baldwin held a press conference to criticize the NFL for fining Marshawn Lynch $100,000 for not speaking to the media.

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