He reminds the National Urban League that he apologized for slavery as Virginia governor.
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Leaked Text Messages Between Baltimore Prosecutor’s Deputy and Investigator Add New Twist to Freddie Gray Case
"I believe we omitted key things . . . ."
"Trump’s speech was a bold and important shift in the prevailing discourse about policing and crime."
The police force is down 6.1 percent while homicides are up 63 percent.
Blacks want to abandon the community they've created.
Protesters still chanted "Murderer!" outside the courthouse.
Baltimore mayor calls for "citizens to be patient."
He now thinks "some version" accounts for the 17 percent increase in homicides in 2015.
"Police in riot gear" sparked "a series of fires and acts of violence."
Units are to be marketed directly to blacks and people with disabilities.
Interactive graphic lets you filter race and sex of all victims back to 2007.
Black Lives Matter activist wants to bring "transformational change" to Baltimore.
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Baltimore looks for "new art that better reflects who we are today."
Freddie Gray's neighborhood will get an expensive facelift.
Baltimore is resettling thousands of poor blacks in prosperous white suburbs.
Jury of seven blacks and five whites was hung.
If officers go free, "There’s going to be killings, shootings, buildings burning."
Number 301 was killed a few hours later.
Murders are up 52 percent from last year.
In the 2011-12 school year, an average of 1,175 teachers and staff were physically attacked each day.
Black judge says citizens of Baltimore "think for themselves."
Police union calls settlement "ridiculous."
Robbery rates are the highest in years. Clearance rates are at their lowest.
There were hundreds of bikers; some pelted police with rocks.
Professor: "The police feel they are the Public Enemy No. 1."
Despite media depictions, life for Baltimore blacks is typical of American cities.
There have been 60 more killings this year than at this point last year.
There was plenty of time and space for those who "wished to destroy."
Program hires ex-cons to help reduce neighborhood violence.
It's having a disparate impact on "poor black and Hispanic neighborhoods."
Report's cover quotes the mayor's "space to destroy" comment.
The interim commissioner will be a white man.
There have been 55 killings in the city since May 1.
They say Baltimore is getting what it asked for: "a softer, less aggressive police department."
"The community" isn't cooperating with police.
Defense lawyers argue "Mrs. Mosby herself has become essential exculpatory evidence."
Rioters stole enough drugs to keep the city doped for a year.
Criticize police. Police back off. Ask for more money.
84 percent qualified anyway, so now all students get free breakfast and lunch.
Month of May had the city's highest ever per-capita homicide rate.
"Before it was over-policing. Now there's no police."
When police are criticized and back off, crime rises.
May has been the deadliest month in Baltimore since December 1999.
Murders are 40 percent higher than at this time last year.
Four of the top six commanders are non-white.
They were caught on video stealing Tostitos and Slim Jims.
Shift commander: "Policing, as we once knew it, has changed."
She went on stage at a Prince concert for a song dedicated to Freddie Gray.
Is city setting a precedent?
They say the case is weak and the prosecutor has conflicts of interest.
DOJ will look for "a history of discrimination."
"If this case falls apart, then does Baltimore burn?"
Rate is one of the lowest in the country.
Chinese say it's just "black people being black people."
Police officers indicted to appease rioters.
200 businesses were destroyed and 113 officers were injured in the riots.
She said looters should be shot.
Three blacks three whites; blacks face more serious charges.
Charges include second-degree murder.
Head injury matches a bolt in the back of the van.
Protests erupt around the country.
Baltimore Woman Now Jobless and Homeless After Rioting Mobs Burned CVS Where She Worked, Then Torched Her Home
Protesters firebombed her workplace and her house.
Article includes arrest and damage figures for Baltimore, Ferguson, and New York.
Broken noses, stolen cameras.
Discovers why blacks riot.
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But the National Guard was able to enforce the curfew last night.
Says she "fought to get a CVS to invest into this neighborhood."
Freddie Gray was just an excuse.
Now we give them "space."
Gangsters directed looters away from black-owned stores to Chinese- and Arab-owned stores.
A full account of the mayhem from the Daily Mail.
Rioters cut hose of fire truck trying to fight fire at blazing CVS.
Seven officers hurt; one unresponsive.
Mostly locals arrested Sunday, but police and the mayor blame "outside agitators" for riots.
"It’s a very delicate balancing act."