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  1. Why couldn't $130 million transform one of Baltimore's poorest places?Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday May 2 | The Washington Post

    Along the street where Freddie Gray was arrested, abandoned houses are gashed with gaping holes. The roof on an old red-brick building is collapsed. 3 comments

  2. Protests likely to accelerate retreat from tough police tactics of the 1990sRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday May 2 | The Washington Post

    Protesters march to City Hall in solidarity with Freddie Gray after it was announced that criminal charges would be brought against all six officers involved in the case. Even before protesters burned Baltimore, before they filled the streets of New York and other cities, police departments across the nation had begun to retreat from the aggressive tactics of the 1990s that focused heavily on arresting petty offenders.

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  3. As Baltimore stirs to life Saturday, calm and normalcy prevailRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday May 2 | The Washington Post

    As the city stirred to life Saturday morning, Baltimore residents welcomed a return of calm after Friday's tumultuous news of the arrest of six city police officers in the death of Freddie Gray. Small groups of police officers with batons but no helmets or other riot gear stood on corners near the burned-out CVS drugstore at the mostly deserted heart of the unrest, the corner of West North and Pennsylvania avenues.

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  4. Man who shot Gray video questions manslaughter charges for officersRead the original story

    Friday May 1 | The Washington Post

    Kevin Moore, 28, the man who captured the video that went viral of Freddie Gray being loaded into the police wagon, stood Friday evening at the corner of Baker and N. Fulton Avenue - near the memorial to the Baltimore man whose death has sparked protests in the city and beyond. On the side of the apartment building, someone had spray-painted Freddie's name in black against a blue background.

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  5. In Freddie Gray's neighborhood, some unease tempers celebratory momentsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 1 | The Washington Post

    In Freddie Gray's neighborhood, where he was arrested, where people marched to protest his death, where the rioting and looting took place, there was both a moment of exultation Friday and an undercurrent of unease. Drivers honked their horns and raised their fists in victory salutes.

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  6. Baltimore student-athletes try to stay focused amid turmoil in home townRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 1 | The Washington Post

    In college, minimizing distractions is critical to success. For student-athletes, it's imperative.

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  7. In Freddie Gray's neighborhood, a mix of celebration and uneaseRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 1 | The Washington Post

    In Freddie Gray's neighborhood, where he was arrested, where people marched to protest his death, where the rioting and looting took place, there was both a moment of exultation Friday and an undercurrent of unease. People honked their car horns and raised their fists in victory salutes.

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  8. Six Baltimore officers charged in Gray's deathRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 1 | The Washington Post

    Six Baltimore police officers have been charged with several counts, including one who was charged with second-degree murder, in the high-profile death of Freddie Gray, who died from injuries suffered in police custody, State's Attorney Marilyn J. Mosby said Friday. Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake said five of the six officers are in custody.

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  9. Read in: Mayday! EditionRead the original story

    Friday May 1 | The Washington Post

    If you thought the presidential race was off to a fast start, this month is when everything really gets crazy. Three candidates -- Ben Carson, Carly Fiorina and Mike Huckabee -- will announce their campaigns next week.

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  10. Late-night laughs: Baltimore editionRead the original story

    May 2, 2014 | The Washington Post

    As the unrest in Baltimore continues, late-night hosts Jon Stewart, Jimmy Fallon and Larry Wilmore have some pointed barbs about rioting, the Orioles and former Maryland governor Martin O'Malley.

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  11. In west Baltimore, sorrow and anger seem to mix in equal measureRead the original story

    Thursday Apr 30 | The Washington Post

    For many who live in west Baltimore, the streets have been the place to be in the last few days and nights of unrest following the death in police custody of Freddie Gray. On Thursday night, the area was peaceful and basically calm, and the streets had been essentially cleared by police by 11 p.m., due to the city's 10 p.m. curfew.

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  12. Oa Malley says Baltimore unrest is about more than policingRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 30 | The Washington Post

    Former Maryland governor Martin O'Malley said Thursday that the anger that has erupted in Baltimore in recent days is driven by deep-rooted angst about not only policing but also economic inequality, lack of opportunity and "the legacy of race that would have us devalue black lives." "The hard, truthful reality is this: Growing numbers of our fellow citizens in American cities across the United States feel unheard, unseen, unrecognized - their very lives un-needed," O'Malley writes in an op-ed for the Huffington Post .

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  13. Baltimore is not FergusonRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 30 | The Washington Post

    Students from Baltimore colleges and high schools march in protest chanting "Justice for Freddie Gray" on their way to City Hall April 29, 2015 in Baltimore, Maryland. The following is a guest post from Babson College political scientist Stephen Deets , who serves on the Board of Directors of the Charles North Community Association in Baltimore.

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  14. Freddie Gray's life a study in the sad effects of lead paint on poor blacksRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 29 | The Washington Post

    The house where Freddie Gray's life changed forever sits at the end of a long line of abandoned row homes in one of this city's poorest neighborhoods. The interior of that North Carey Street house, cluttered with couches and potted plants, is lacquered in a fresh coat of paint that makes the living room glow.

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  15. The Baltimore riots and the price paid by all of usRead the original story

    Wednesday Apr 29 | The Washington Post

    We have to explore the why behind the anger that led to the rioting in Baltimore to prevent it from happening again. I look at so many things through a prism of personal finance.

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  16. Baltimore crisis thrusts Maryland's governor into national spotlightRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 29 | The Washington Post

    Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan stood at the foul line of an outdoor basketball court in Sandtown, the blighted neighborhood that was home to Freddie Gray. Hogan shot, missed and shot again.

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  17. Economic scars deepening by the day as Baltimore deals with unrest falloutRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 29 | The Washington Post

    Residents began to clean up from the looting and fires that plagued the city Monday after the funeral for Freddie Gray. Residents began to clean up from the looting and fires that plagued the city Monday after the funeral for Freddie Gray.

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  18. Oa Malley helps hand out food in West Baltimore, fields questions about policing while mayorRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 29 | The Washington Post

    Former Maryland governor Martin O'Malley arrived at a Catholic church in the Sandtown section of Baltimore on Wednesday with his sleeves rolled up and his tie tucked into his dress shirt. He picked up two big cartons filled with macaroni and cheese and joined a few dozen other volunteers preparing for a food drive to help residents of the riot-scarred neighborhood where Freddie Gray had lived.

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  19. Want to fix Baltimore? a oeEnd the drug war,a says David SimonRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 29 | The Washington Post

    No, The Wire does not explain what's happening in Baltimore this week, as my colleague Alyssa Rosenberg wrote yesterday . Still, the show's creator and former Baltimore Sun reporter David Simon knows a lot more about the city than most of us.

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  20. susan_svrlugaRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 29 | The Washington Post

    A group of protesters march thru the intersection at West North Ave. and Pennsylvania Ave. during another day of protests on April 28, 2015 in Baltimore, Md. The dean of the law school at the University of the District of Columbia urged students to take part in protests in Baltimore, even offering to defer an exam for those who help people on the street with legal advice.

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