Darren Wilson breaks silence; Thanksgiving travel torture; Apple soars

November 25, 2014 10:28 PM

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Darren Wilson breaks silence; Thanksgiving travel torture; Apple soars

He finally speaks. Darren Wilson, the cleared Ferguson cop who fatally shot teen Michael Brown, broke his silence in an interview with ABC (airing tonight at 6:30 p.m. ET). ABC's George Stephanopoulos was tweet-bragging today about landing the first interview with Wilson, who said he wouldn't change any of his actions on the day of the shooting. After the grand jury's ruling came down last night, violent protests erupted in Ferguson. Aerial images of the aftermath today show the riots left Ferguson looking like a war zone. Ferguson's mayor said the National Guard didn't deploy quickly enough to save businesses and Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon said more than 2,200 soldiers would be deployed tonight throughout Ferguson and St. Louis County.

What's worse than traveling for Thanksgiving? Traveling for Thanksgiving in a storm (at least we get to binge eat after). A messy mix of rain and snow is targeting the East on Wednesday, leading to travel troubles for the millions of people traveling by air or car on the busy day before Thanksgiving...

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