"I didn't want to fire things up," St. Louis County prosecutor Robert McCulloch says of his silence since announcing the grand jury's decision not to indict Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson in the shooting death of Michael Brown. Pool/Getty Images hide caption

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St. Louis Grand Jury Heard Witnesses Who Lied, Prosecutor Says

Despite the false testimony, prosecutor Robert McCulloch says he won't seek perjury charges. McCulloch also explains some of his decisions in the case, nearly a month after a grand jury decided not to indict a Ferguson, Mo., police office in Michael Brown's death.

In his early 50s, after a long hiatus, the country singer has a new album and is touring. "Music keeps you eternally young," he says. "It just does." Daniel Boczarski/Getty Images hide caption

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Music Interviews

In The Still Of The Night, There's A Riot In Garth Brooks

After more than a decade offstage raising his daughters, the singer is touring. "It's like nothing is being held back," he says. "You get to eat mashed potatoes with both hands instead of one."

Based on their income, Tammy and Keith Berry could qualify for free care from Heartland. But the hospital has sued them anyway, and garnished their wages. Tammy makes $8.20 per hour working at fast food chain Taco John's. Steve Hebert for ProPublica hide caption

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Your Money

When A Nonprofit Hospital Seizes Wages From Its Poorest Patients

In exchange for big tax breaks, nonprofit hospitals help low-income patients offset their bills. But some hospitals have sued to garnish the pay of low-income patients by as much as 25 percent, even those who qualify for reduced-cost care.

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