From Reuters, Missouri Governor Jay Nixon (D) has ordered more National Guard troops into Ferguson.
Western Journalism has 17 pictures from last night's riots.
The Daily Signal has 33 pictures from the riots.
From Breitbart TV, Representative Sheila Jackson Lee (D-TX) says that the young people in Ferguson "have the direction of this country in their hands". In fairness, she does encourage nonviolence.
The St. Louis Post-Dispatch calls the violence from last night "much worse" than what happened in August. (via Gateway Pundit)
From Fox News, some people in the media are "issuing mea culpas" regarding their coverage of Bill Cosby over the years.
From The Daily Caller, under Obamacare, bigger employers can offer skimpier health plans.
From NoTricksZone, the European Climate Institute reports that European winters have been getting cooler since 1988.
From UPI, the Supreme Court has agreed to review EPA regulations on mercury.
From Wired, the early computer named ENIAC has been put on display, The article's title calls ENIAC "the world's first computer", but some commenters dispute that claim.
From the New York Post, Yemeni troops kill al Qaeda kidnappers and free their hostages.
From DNAinfo, a couple living near Chicago's Midway Airport has filed a lawsuit against an airline whose plane crashed into their home.
From KXII, a policeman in Healdton, OK saves a man who had fallen into a creek.
And from Reuters Africa, 50 years after the Olympics in Innsbruck, an American skating pair is awarded the bronze medal.