Betts' new book touches on the way he believes institutions -- schools, the police, the judicial system -- helped create a lost generation of young black men.
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By Bradley Klapper, Associated Press
WASHINGTON — The White House is announcing the designation of two new National Marine Sanctuaries — the first chosen in 15 years — as part of President Barack Obama’s efforts to protect the environment.
Protesters and Baltimore Police started gathering this morning before today’s pretrial hearing for the six officers involved in the death of Freddie Gray.
Tens of thousands of spectators gathered today to watch an annual pony swim, now in its 90th year, from Assateague Island to Chincoteague Island on Virginia's eastern shore.
By Eric Krupke
It’s a true crime story that captivated a nation, and even though its final episode aired in December, season one of the podcast “Serial” continues to make news. At the heart of the story is Adnan Syed, convicted in 1999…
By Joshua Barajas
Baltimore officials face a litany of questions over the death of Freddie Gray, a 25-year-old black man, that died while in police custody. During a 30-minute ride in a police van, Gray sustained a severe spinal injury, something like the…
By Ken Thomas, Associated Press
BOSTON — Martin O'Malley plans to announce his presidential intentions on May 30 in Baltimore, a move that could present another Democratic challenger to Hillary Rodham Clinton.
By Elisabeth Ponsot, Daniel Costa-Roberts
On NewsHour Weekend Saturday, we bring you “Sandtown by the Numbers,” a special series of reports on life in Sandtown-Winchester, the impoverished Baltimore neighborhood where Freddie Gray grew up and was arrested on April 12.
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