I watched the news all night, hoping I wouldn’t see one of my babies in any of the crossfire. I just wanted the night to end. I wanted the next day to come as fast as it could so that I would be able to comfort my students and make that they were safe.
Worried about privacy online? New York Times reporter Natasha Singer joins us to explain “data brokers” – companies who sell consumer data – and the privacy and transparency issues this practice raises.
Coming up tonight on Washington Week: protests and arrests in #Baltimore, the Supreme Court of the United States takes on same-sex marriage, U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders enters the 2016 race and so much more.Check out Gwen's preview!
Maryland state attorney Marilyn J. Mosby just announced that Baltimore resident Freddie Gray's death was ruled a homicide.
Criminal charges have been pressed against the six police officers involved in his arrest.
Watch the full presser below, and learn more here: http://to.pbs.org/1DPhroc
Gwen Ifill talks to John Angelos, executive vice president of the Baltimore Orioles, about his defense of protestors, the economic factors behind the city’s anger and frustration, as well as why the baseball team closed to the public during a game Wednesday night -- a first in Major League Baseball…
Maryland’s state attorney said Friday there was enough evidence to support criminal charges against six Baltimore police officers in the death of Freddie Gray, the 25-year-old black man who sustained a fatal spinal injury while in custody.
Meet Mexican poet Javier Sicilia, who ignited a movement for peace after the murder of his son, in the film El Poeta. Don’t miss the conclusion of our VOCES series tonight/Friday at 10/9c ET (check local listings).