President Obama condemned violent protests in Ferguson, Missouri, but said he would work with peaceful protesters who want to see constructive change.
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Throughout his presidency, President Obama has willingly shouldered the burden of a nation fractured along racial lines. Now, following the grand jury’s decision in the Michael Brown case in Ferguson, Mo., Mr. Obama is being tested once more. Major Garrett reports.
Attorney General Eric Holder is calling for action to identify and isolate the criminal elements who took advantage of Ferguson protests to riot. And, as Bob Orr reports, Holder is also pressing ahead with independent Justice Department investigations stemming from the Brown shooting.
The president said he is ready to work with people who want to solve problems constructively
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