Members of the Congressional Black Caucus showed solidarity with the family and supporters of slain Ferguson, Mo. teen Michael “Mike” Brown on the House floor on Monday. Four members used the “Hands Up, Don’t Shoot” gesture, and voiced support for the St. Louis Rams players who also performed the gesture during a game.
Republican Rep. Trey Radel, newly elected to office last November, is taking a page out of disgraced Canada mayor Rob Ford‘s coke buying book. The junior congressman from Florida pleaded guilty today (Nov. 20) in court after he was busted buying powder in Washington last month.