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Demonstrators in Phoenix peacefully protest police brutality

Calls for peace and justice in Phoenix as police and protesters continue to clash in a St. Louis suburb.

Happy birthday, Julia Child!

 Today would have been Julia Child's 102nd birthday, and Eatocracy is celebrating her legacy. Here are some lesser-known facts about the beloved TV chef and cookbook author.

Step into the new era of food halls

Chef Yiquan Gu opened Gu's Bistro in a suburban Atlanta strip mall in 2010 because he was tired of working for other people.

Have you gotten 'the talk' that Ferguson shooting protesters are posting about?

 If you're African-American, you might have gotten "the talk." It's a discussion, usually with parents, about how they need to behave around police officers because of the color of their skin.

Woman drinks chemical-filled tea at Utah restaurant

A Utah woman is hospitalized after drinking sweet tea accidentally mixed with industrial cleaner. Jan Harding knew right away when she took a sip of her sweet tea something wasn't right.

Ferguson police chief: Officer didn't know Brown as robbery suspect

The Ferguson police officer who shot Michael Brown didn't stop him because he was suspected in a recent robbery, but because he was "walking down the middle of the street blocking traffic," the city's police chief said Friday.

Campaign raises almost $1 million for widow of Chris Kyle

A campaign to raise money for the widow of sniper Chris Kyle is close to meeting its goal as its deadline approaches.

Police: Darren Wilson had faced no disciplinary action prior to shooting

Darren Wilson was just one of 53 officers in a small-town police department until his encounter with a unarmed 18-year-old last Saturday on a street in Ferguson, Missouri.

Michael Cera releases an album

He's no Beyonce, but Michael Cera can still pull off a surprise album release.

'Walk the Line' home with Johnny Cash

Want to "Walk the Line" where Johnny Cash once played as a child?