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Gang members in Baltimore said Tuesday they resent authorities saying that they have threatened to "take out" police officers.
As the community where Freddie Gray lived and died smoldered in the predawn haze, they sweep up the ashes and ponder how to rebuild.
Jose Melena was performing maintenance in a 35-foot-long oven when a co-worker filled the pressure cooker with six tons of tuna and it was turned on.
A Missouri man battling terminal brain cancer shares a special occasion with his daughters. Mike Bush reports.
Arguments over same-sex marriage got underway before the Supreme Court, offering clues into which way the divided Justices will vote.
Members of the Bloods and Power Rules Gang in Baltimore say they are wrongly being portrayed as a source of violence in the city and maintain that they are united, peacefully, in justice for Freddie Gray.
With Baltimore out of control, Stephanie Rawlings-Blake must quell the violence, and make clear that a comment she made doesn't mean she condones it.
In a portion of a video recorded by Ray Lewis, the former Baltimore Ravens linebacker passionately pleads with people of Baltimore to stop the destruction of the city.
President Obama sounds off on a recent wave of incidents involving force by police in communities across America.
President Obama reacts to looting and violence in the streets of Baltimore, Md., following the death of Freddie Gray.
Baltimore's mayor called those behind yesterday's chaos "thugs," but she's also under fire for statements she made.
Volunteers and business owners clean up after an evening of riots following the funeral of Freddie Gray on Tuesday.
Saudi authorities said Tuesday they have arrested a total of 93 people with ties to the ISIS, foiling their plans to carry out terrorist attacks which included a strike on the U.S. Embassy
WBAL-TV talks with a volunteer who came into downtown Baltimore to help with the clean up, about why he's giving his time and energy to help out.
President Obama and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe hold a joint news conference in the White House Rose Garden.