Update, 9:16 pm: CBS 47 interviewed one of the other competitors, who says he beat Katz. The competitor told the news channel that Katz was “acting weird.”
The Baltimore Police Department is under scrutiny yet again after a video went viral on Saturday showing two black officers brutally assaulting an unarmed black man seemingly for no reason.
Baltimore County resident Elizabeth Eden was in labor when her doctor informed her that she’d tested positive for opiates.
Kelsey Hines, a 6-year-old girl in Baltimore had a passionate message she wanted to share about ending gun violence. So she asked her mom to record it. The video went viral, with at least 4 million people watching it on Facebook alone.
After years of protests against police abuses in Minneapolis, Baltimore, Standing Rock, and beyond, law enforcement has found a way to try and clamp down on any future mass movements by quietly lobbying for bills that seek to criminalize protesting itself.
The current student movement for gun control may have started in Florida, but it’s spreading across the country. In one powerful example, hundreds of Baltimore students marched on City Hall and staged a die-in solidarity with Florida students to demand stricter gun control legislation.
If you look at Baltimore from the sky, three adjacent neighborhoods appear as a dark green wedge on patchy beige. These three neighborhoods—Roland Park, Guilford, and Homeland—are in the north-central part of the city. And that green wedge is where the tree line thins, where you cross east on York Road or west on…
The United States, the richest country on Earth, is not particularly fussed about providing for all its citizens. In fact, it actively does not care about many of them. The only country to have sent guys to the moon and back, multiple times, has also only managed to come up with a patchwork system of social services…
More than two years after Freddie Gray’s death, the Jeff Sessions-helmed Justice Department will not charge six Baltimore police officers who were involved in his arrest. The DOJ’s civil rights investigation into whether the arresting officers violated Gray’s Fourth and Fourteenth Amendment rights found “insufficient…
Authorities in Baltimore are investigating what looks like a case of blatant evidence tampering by a police officer, after he unknowingly appeared to film himself planting drugs during an arrest this past winter.
Over 30 kitchen and support staff at a restaurant in Baltimore resigned from their jobs after an ICE agent demanded a list of workers and their documentation last Thursday, the restaurant’s owner has revealed.
Baltimore residents wanted it—particularly those whose communities for too long have been ravaged by police misconduct and brutality. City council members wanted it. The mayor and police commissioner wanted it, too.
A federal judge issued a stinging rebuke to Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ attempt to undermine an Obama-era plan between the Justice Department and Baltimore to reform the city’s police department.
The Justice Department is moving to review agreements between the federal government and embattled police departments in more than a dozen cities. The agreements, which cover major cities such as Chicago and Baltimore, are meant to address decades of frayed relations between officers and the communities they…
A white supremacist charged with murdering a black man allegedly traveled hundreds of miles to New York City for the express purpose of carrying out his crime.
Baltimore teacher Rachel Nash took to Facebook “feeling pissed off” after she submitted a design for a personalized Wells Fargo debit card, emblazoned with a raised fist and the words Black Lives Matter, only to have the bank reject the design.