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A Year After The Photo That Changed Devin Allen's Life, He's Trying To Line Up His Next Shot

During a violent protest in Baltimore after Freddie Gray's death, Devin Allen took an instantly iconic photo that made him the poster child for how social media is changing photojournalism as a career and an art form. Over a year later, he’s still hopeful that photography can help heal his city’s wounds — and his own.

"I'd Have To Have Two Souls"

Baltimore has one of the most diverse police forces in the country. So why are community relations still so bad?

Second Freddie Gray Trial Delayed Indefinitely

Officer Caesar Goodson's trial cannot continue until the Maryland Court of Special Appeals rules on whether another officer — also charged in connection with Freddie Gray's death — can be compelled to testify against him.

First Freddie Gray Case Ends In Mistrial

After three days of deliberations, the Baltimore jury was unable to reach a verdict in the first trial of a police officer associated with the death of Freddie Gray. U.S. Rep. Elijah Cummings said he has been informed prosecutors will attempt a retrial.

Opening Arguments Begin In First Freddie Gray Trial

Opening arguments have begun in the trial of William Porter, one of six Baltimore police officers facing charges associated with the death of a young black man in police custody in April.

First Trial In Freddie Gray Death Begins

Officer William Porter goes on trial Monday on charges related to the death of Freddie Gray, a young black man who died while in police custody. The trial is the first of six associated with Gray's death.

The Short, Hard Life Of Freddie Gray

Freddie Gray’s death while in police custody inspired riots in Baltimore because it was all too familiar to all too many people. His short life was punctuated by a series of difficult and confounding encounters with the criminal justice system that were even more common than his death.

Baltimore Cops: Rank And File Have Lost Confidence In Commissioner

At a union meeting on Tuesday, more than 400 officers raised their hands in support of a potential no-confidence vote against the top police official in the city. The vote came in the aftermath of protesting and riots in Baltimore following the death of a young black man in police custody.

This Cop Broke Baltimore’s Blue Wall Of Silence

Baltimore detective Joe Crystal watched a fellow officer beat up a handcuffed suspect. After he broke ranks and reported the assault, he was run out of town, his career ruined. During his former city's most chaotic week, he went back.

Why Cops Like Me Are Quiet

Department leadership and the Fraternal Order of Police are poor spokespersons for your average police officer. That doesn't mean you'll like what we have to say.

Baltimore Courts Struggle To Handle Protest Arrests

"If you are going to make mass arrests, the rest of the criminal justice system needs to be ready to handle the cases," the deputy public defender said about nearly 235 defendants who were arrested Monday.

Ce qu'il faut savoir sur les émeutes de Baltimore

Des émeutes ont éclaté à Baltimore lundi soir après les funérailles de Freddie Gray, un jeune homme noir de 25 ans qui est mort des suites d'une grave blessure survenue lors d'une interpellation.

Meet The People Who Are Cleaning Up West Baltimore

After protests over the death of Freddie Gray turned violent, residents of West Baltimore came out early Tuesday morning to clean their streets. Here are the children, store managers, and librarians who were at the scene of the worst of the riots.

Majority Of Adult Baltimore Protesters Arrested On Monday Are Dismissed Without Charges

Meanwhile, officials revealed that the van holding Freddie Gray took a previously undisclosed stop and that another prisoner, separated by a metal partition inside during the transport, told officers he heard “banging against the walls,” according to a police document obtained by the Washington Post.

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