Baltimore’s top prosecutor announced criminal charges Friday against all six officers suspended after a man suffered a fatal spinal injury in police custody, saying “no one is above the law.”
Among the hundreds marching in Baltimore in support of Freddie Gray on Thursday was NBA star Carmelo Anthony, who moved to the city as a child.
Some activists and elected officials are criticizing the NYPD’s handling of protests over the death of a Baltimore man critically injured in police custody.
A group that supports the protesters in Baltimore gathered in Union Square Wednesday and shut down the outbound Holland Tunnel and several other city streets as they marched.
“It’s time to change our approach,” Clinton said in her first major policy address since launching her presidential campaign earlier this month. “It’s time to end the era of mass incarceration.”
“New Jersey is offering our full support and solidarity in their efforts to protect the lives and well-being of the people in the city of Baltimore while calm and order are being restored,” Gov. Chris Christie wrote on Twitter.
A angry Baltimore mother who was trying to keep the peace in Baltimore on Monday, happened to recognize her son among a group of rioters throwing bricks at police.
A violent showdown erupted late Monday afternoon in Baltimore, following the death of 25-year-old Freddie Gray in police custody.
A murder suspect in the Baltimore area was last seen at Newark Penn Station and may be in the Tri-State Area, the FBI said Wednesday.
The woman who was shot in the abdomen by the man who went on to kill two NYPD officers was released from a Maryland hospital Tuesday.
Police say the man who “assassinated” two NYPD officers in Brooklyn Saturday began his crime spree in Baltimore, Maryland.
Police Commissioner Bill Bratton said the gunman who ambushed and killed two police officers in Brooklyn had made online posts that were “very anti-police.”
NJ TRANSIT said one of its employees found white powder on board one of its trains and alerted authorities.
Nelson Cruz and the Baltimore Orioles had the good fortune of avoiding Cy Young Award winner Max Scherzer during the regular season.
More than 7,000 fans turned out Friday and Saturday to swap their Ray Rice jerseys for those of other Ravens players during a two-day event at M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore.