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14 injured in multi-car crash in Maryland, US

Officials say 14 people, including 10 children, were injured in a multi-car crash on Interstate 95 in Maryland.

Shooting in Baltimore, 'multiple' people injured: Police

The shooting occurred Saturday night just a block from where the city held a party earlier yesterday for a special event. Baltimore Police Spokesman T J Smith said none of the injuries was life-threatening and that the victims included a father and his 3-year-old daughter.

US report reveals racial bias at Baltimore police

The US Justice Department on Wednesday unveiled a scathing report that found the Baltimore police department has disproportionately stopped, searched and arrested African Americans for years.

Baltimore officer acquitted in Freddie Gray death case

Baltimore police officer Caesar Goodson was acquitted Thursday of all charges including second degree murder and manslaughter in the case of Freddie Gray, whose fatal injury in police custody last year sparked riots in Maryland`s largest city.

Baltimore police officer acquitted in Freddie Gray death

Baltimore police officer Edward Nero was acquitted on Monday of four charges in the 2015 death of black detainee Freddie Gray.

Immigrants in limbo as US top court weighs Obama action

Immigrants in limbo as US top court weighs Obama action

In the port city of Baltimore, where Europeans once streamed into America after crossing the Atlantic by ship, a 47-year-old immigrant named Rhonda is in a desperate position. She said she wants to provide for her teenage daughter but cannot get a work permit because she is in the United States illegally.

Five women fight on Spirit Airlines flight over loud music - Watch

Five women fight on Spirit Airlines flight over loud music - Watch

In a mid-flight drama for fellow passengers, five women got embroiled in a brawl over a boom box speaker on Spirit Airlines Flight 141 from Baltimore to Los Angeles.

Barack Obama's first visit as US President to American mosque: For tolerance and religious freedom

Barack Obama's first visit as US President to American mosque: For tolerance and religious freedom

President Barack Obama plans to visit a mosque near Baltimore on Wednesday to make a plea for tolerance and religious freedom, the White House said on Saturday.

Baltimore police trial opens in Freddie Gray homicide

A police officer went on trial Monday in the case of Freddie Gray, the 25-year-old black man whose death from injuries in a police van ignited riots in Baltimore earlier this year.