Michael Brown and Darren Wilson fought for the officer’s gun, interviews and the autopsy indicate.
The GAO report noted that the USDA missed a deadline to publish standards and urged the department to remedy the situation “as quickly as possible.”
Foreign companies still use PFCs — which can cause permanent brain damage in infants — in paper products imported into the U.S.
In Michael Brown case, both sides see a need to make adjustments
The department arrested hundreds using arbitrary and inconsistently applied policies, officials said.
Murray’s Chickens was cited in May 2012 for several health and safety violations by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration.
A shooting in St. Louis this week involved an intense struggle and an exchange of gunfire, officials said.
The St. Louis County prosecutor’s office says it is investigating a report from a Twitter user.
Posts on Twitter suggest a member of the jury may have discussed the proceedings with a friend.
The Center for Science in the Public Interest outlines legal arguments for a ban on four of the most dangerous strains of salmonella.