Today, there's Ferguson toil; International Day to End Violence against Women.
By ABC NEWS
November 25, 2014, 2:41 PM
• 2 min read
text: Angry protesters set fire to cars and damaged other property in Ferguson, Missouri, after the announcement last night that a grand jury would not indict Officer Darren Wilson for the shooting of unarmed 18-year old Michael Brown. Hashtags like #Ferguson, #PrayForFerguson and #BlackLivesMatter have been trending on Twitter.
title: Kansas City Chiefs' Eric Berry Tested for Lymphoma
text: Safety Eric Berry, 25, has what Kansas City Chiefs officials believe may be lymphoma, a form of cancer. Berry has been placed on the season-ending non-football illness list and will undergo further testing at Emory University Hospital in Atlanta to complete the diagnosis, ESPN reported.
title: Twitterverse Responds to Intelligence Report About British Soldier Killing
text: British Parliament's Intelligence and Security Committee delivered a report describing what its secret service knew prior to the murder of British soldier Lee Rigby, killed last year outside London by two Muslims who said it was revenge for the killing of Muslims. Some Twitter users are expressing concern that Rigby's murder does not justify the extension of Internet snooping powers, as described by a Guardian editorial column.
title: 'Selfie' Episodes to Air Online
text: Fans of ABC's canceled series "Selfie," starring Karen Gillan and John Cho, will be able to watch unaired episodes on Hulu, Hulu Plus and ABC.com. Series creator Emily Kapnek said Monday on Twitter that the first of the six unaired episodes will be released on Tuesday on those three streaming services. The seventh and last broadcast episode aired on Nov. 11.
title: #16Days to Stop Violence Against Women
text: A 16-day United Nations campaign to stop violence against women kicked off today and is using hashtags #16Days and #OrangeUrHood. Last night, the Empire State Building and U.N. headquarters in New York shined in orange light. Today is the International Day to End Violence against Women.