More insight from two Baltimore City police officers. They are speaking out, but concealing their identity to talk about what it’s like on the streets since the death of Freddie Gray.
Are the criminals winning? Some Baltimore City officers say the charges in the Freddie Gray case have made them less likely to make arrests—and they don’t feel like police have the support of city leaders.
New York, London, Moscow, Beijing, Kolkata and downtown Easton, Md. are all among the places CNN will be broadcasting from to ring in the new year on Wednesday, Dec. 31.
One Baltimore woman’s mission to help children and teens cope with death may lead to a prestigious international award. She’s one of ten finalists in CNN’s “Top Heroes” contest and the only one from Baltimore.
At least four television networks say they plan to stop or minimize airings of video showing Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice striking his then-fiancee and knocking her unconscious, footage that has called into question how the NFL disciplines players involved in domestic violence.
It’s been more than three weeks since a jumbo jet took off from Malaysia and vanished. Within days, the phone rang in Pasadena, sending a former employee here at WJZ into the middle of the search.
CBS and CNN have let a 72-hour window lapse to appeal a military judge’s order releasing un-aired interview footage of a woman at the center of a sexual assault case.
The defense team for a Naval Academy midshipman accused of sexual assault wants unaired footage from interviews his accuser granted to CBS and CNN. And a military judge ordered the networks to turn them over.
A military judge has ordered the release of unaired portions of interviews that CBS and CNN conducted with a woman at the center of a sexual assault case that involved three U.S. Naval Academy football players.
CNN anchor Anderson Cooper has been named American University’s “Wonk of the Year.”
Now it’s personal. Texas Governor Rick Perry visits Maryland to accuse Governor Martin O’Malley of over-taxing and under-performing.
Embracing medical marijuana. One of the most high profile doctors in the nation reverses his position on the controversial treatment.