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The U.S. Supreme Court said President Trump's refugee ban may proceed in some capacity for now. The Department of Justice has declined to bring charges against any Baltimore police officers in conjunction with Freddie Gray's death in police custody. A California cop was caught on video stealing cash from a hot-dog vendor while issuing him a citation. "Surely you just didn't just say the undue burden is met if we tell women you can't have an abortion in Ohio but you can certainly go to Michigan?" The U.
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The Maryland Court of Appeals — the highest court in the state — moved on Thursday to postpone the trials of five of the six Baltimore police officers charged with crimes in the death of Freddie Gray, the Baltimore Sun reports. The ...

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Baltimore street gangs angry over the death in custody of Freddie Gray have vowed lethal retaliation against cops, claims the city's police department. Gray's funeral was today. The debate over the proposed Iran deal is hot and heav...

Baltimore Law Enforcement Officers Caught On Camera Looting During Freddie Gray Riots [Video]

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More Baltimore cops have added fuel to the speculative fire. The Baltimore Police Department has been in hot water for the past month over the highly publicized death of 25-year-old Freddie Gray. Now, it looks like things have gotte...

Baltimore cop ordered to testify against fellow officers in Freddie Gray death trial

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A Maryland judge on Wednesday ordered a Baltimore police officer to testify against other officers charged in the death of detainee Freddie Gray. A lawyer for the officer, William Porter, said he would seek an appeals court injuncti...

Freddie Gray Trials Remain in Baltimore, DOJ to Target More Individuals in Corporate Crimes, Obama Asks to Take in More Syrian Refugees: P.M. Links

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The trials of the six cops charged in the death of Freddie Gray in police custody will remain in Baltimore, a judge has ruled. The Department of Justice announced a new policy in a memo of attempting to prosecute individuals in whit...

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