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Ferguson Mayor James Knowles announces the resignation of police Chief Thomas Jackson during a news conference on Wednesday in Ferguson, Mo. Jeff Roberson/AP hide caption

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The Two-Way

Ferguson Mayor Knowles Slams 'Hostile Language' From Eric Holder

Saying that he's trying to save the community, Mayor James Knowles adds that he is frustrated and concerned by the tone of the attorney general's remarks.

Embattled Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff (shown here at the 21st International Construction Salon in Sao Paulo, Brazil, on Tuesday) was elected four months ago. Her administration has been hit hard by economic problems and a massive corruption scandal at the state oil company, Petrobras. Nelson Almeida/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Drumbeat Grows Louder For Impeachment Of Brazil's Rousseff

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"It's sunshine on a plate," says pastry chef and cookbook author Gesine Bullock-Prado, of her Mango Key Lime Pie. Tina Rupp/Stewart, Tabori and Chang hide caption

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A Pie For A Pie ... Day, That Is

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Ferguson Mayor James Knowles announces the resignation of police Chief Thomas Jackson during a news conference on Wednesday in Ferguson, Mo. Jeff Roberson/AP hide caption

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Ferguson Mayor Knowles Slams 'Hostile Language' From Eric Holder

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A man walks past a Lumber Liquidators store in Philadelphia. The retailer says it stands by its products and will pay for the safety testing of laminate floors. Matt Slocum/AP hide caption

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Lumber Liquidators Defends Its Products After '60 Minutes' Report

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It Follows "inverts the abstinence metaphor behind most teen horror flicks," says NPR film critic Bob Mondello. Courtesy of Radius-TWC hide caption

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What's Familiar Becomes Unnerving In 'It Follows'

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