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Cop Charged After Video Captures Brutal Assault
A cop has been charged in brutal assault of a man that was caught on camera.
Baltimore Cop Quits After Assaulting Man
This cop's brutal assault adds fuel to the fire of an already broken relationship between Baltimore police and citizens.
Maryland Police Officer Resigns Over Beating Caught on Video
A top Baltimore cop said he's "deeply disturbed by the video."
Baltimore Officer Suspended After Allegedly Beating Man In Viral Video
The video, which surfaced Saturday, is the latest controversy for a police department plagued with misconduct.
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An Immigrant Community Haunted By Suicide
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A young man’s recent death was followed by other suicides in a Baltimore neighborhood.
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The Maryland Governor’s Race Is A Referendum On The Democratic Party’s Ambition
The Ben Jealous-Rushern Baker clash is the latest between national progressives and skeptical state party establishments.
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Dunkin' Donuts Sign Asks Customers To Snitch On Workers Not Speaking English
The sign at a Baltimore location promising free coffee and pastry to tattling customers was removed after an outcry.
Salvation Army Opens Its First Nonprofit Grocery Store To Combat Food Deserts
The Baltimore store is being touted as the first of its kind, with a mission that it hopes will spread.
Baltimore Rededicates Former Confederate Memorial Site To Harriet Tubman
The ceremony was held on the 105th anniversary of the famed abolitionist's death.
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Baltimore Mayor Vows To Send 3,000 Students To Anti-Gun Rally In D.C.
"We need to hear the voices of young people. Maybe then Congress will listen,” Mayor Catherine E. Pugh said.
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Jury Awards $37 Million To Family Of Korryn Gaines, Woman Killed By Police In 2016
Baltimore police shot and killed Gaines, 23, during a six-hour standoff.
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Baltimore Residents Weren't Lying About The City’s Corrupt Police Force
It’s a shame no one believed their truths about how law and order falls on the heads of black citizens.
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Goose Hunter Knocked Unconscious By Dead Bird Falling From Sky
The hunter is in stable condition.
Ex-Cop Says Baltimore Police Carried BB Guns To Hide Dirty Shootings
The weapons were kept in patrol cars "in case we accidentally hit somebody," the former detective testified in court.
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Baltimore Cop Accused Of Planting Drugs In Body Cam Video Indicted
More than 100 prosecutions involving Officer Richard Pinheiro Jr. have been dropped.
NAACP Demands End Of 'Patient Dumping' After Woman Left Outside Hospital
The woman, who was filmed wearing only socks and a gown, is said to be "a lot better" after reuniting with family.
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Children Forced To 'Deal With It' And Bundle Up As Classrooms Lose Heat
Up and down the East Coast, the incoming storm is making infrastructure problems worse.
How Many Taxpayer Dollars Is An Amazon Warehouse Job Worth?
Forget the bidding war for Amazon's next headquarters. Local governments are already subsidizing the world's largest online retailer -- through its ever-growing fulfillment network.
The Truth About The Best Time To Buy A Home
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Ask a real estate agent about the best time to buy a home, the answer will inevitably be "Now!" Why? Because prices are about
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Hospitals Find Asthma Hot Spots More Profitable To Neglect Than Fix
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The Close-Up View Half of the 32 row houses on Summerville’s block of Lemmon Street are boarded up, occupied only by the
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Former NSA Employee Admits Taking 'Highly Classified Information'
By Dustin Volz and John Walcott, Reuters
Nghia Hoang Pho worked in an elite hacking unit.
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Baltimore Detective Killed A Day Before Testifying In Federal Case Against Fellow Cops
Baltimore's police commissioner says the evidence suggests Sean Suiter's death was not related to his testimony.
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