Baltimore Riots

A fire consumed the home of the mother who dragged her son away from the Baltimore riots. The family is now homeless.

Raymon Carter pled guilty to a federal charge of rioting that resulted in the April 27 blaze.

The city of Baltimore is slated to pay the family of Freddie Gray a settlement of $6.4 million for his unlawful arrest and death.

Not engaging with protesters on the day of Freddie Gray’s funeral was not a deliberate police slow-down, but a tactic used to protect officers and…

Lawyers for the six officers facing criminal charges in the Freddie Gray case have filed papers to have the trial moved out of Baltimore, arguing…

In a recent article for American Banker titled Lessons from Baltimore: ‘Middle-Class Folks Don’t Riot,’ John Hope Bryant, President and CEO of Operation Hope, wrote: “Our goal as…

Baltimore City State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby announced Thursday that a grand jury has returned indictments on all six officers involved in the death of Freddie Gray. Gray,…

Last week, Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan announced the deployment of thousands of Maryland National Guard troops to stand watch over Baltimore in the wake of Freddie…

Local area photographer Devin Allen, whose iconic photo of the Baltimore protest made the cover of TIME magazine, shares what he witnessed on the ground leading…

A Baltimore police investigation does not support some of the charges announced by Baltimore City State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby for the six officers involved in…

Everyone thinks this picture is cute. I took it, and I think it’s tragic. #BaltimoreUprisinghttp://t.co/u7s5h1x2n5pic.twitter.com/IsyttuXu2l — Manda Moore (@manda_writes) May 3, 2015 At first glance,…

One of the six Baltimore police officers charged in the death and unlawful arrest of Freddie Gray is requesting to see the knife that was…