Race and Police, Schizophrenia, and Monkey Photographers

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After the death of an unarmed black teen in Ferguson, Missouri, we take a look at the role race plays in officer shootings and what police departments are doing about it. We also hear about new research that can help doctors identify signs of schizophrenia much earlier in life. And we meet the photographer behind the famous “monkey selfie”; the photographer says he owns the rights to the photo, while others claim it’s free to use, since the monkey snapped it.

Banner Image: Demonstrators Aaron Little (R), Gianni Cook (C) and Troy Jones hold signs while protesting against the death of black teenager Michael Brown, Photo by: Mario Anzuoni