About 40 men are making their way to D.C. on foot Monday to bring attention to the issue of violence among young people in Baltimore.
In an hour-long comedy set, Trevor Noah hit the kind of social satire notes to be expected of Jon Stewart’s “Daily Show” heir.
Baltimore police say a 5-year-old boy shot himself in the foot.
On a morning radio program, President Obama said police departments need to regain the trust of minority communities by outing bad cops.
Baltimore police are investigating two shootings that led victims to walk into hospitals with gunshot wounds.
Attorney General Eric Holder says he’s “disappointed” by the violence that followed the Ferguson grand jury decision.
A recent report shows that Baltimore is one of the few U.S. cities to rank as one of the worst cities in the world for violence.
The student-run newspaper at the University of Mary Washington is changing its name.
Steelworkers retook government buildings from pro-Russian militants in an industrial port city in eastern Ukraine.
Researchers and psychologists have long questioned what kind of effects violent television shows, song lyrics and video games have had on audiences throughout the years. Now, those same questions are being applied to videos featuring violent attacks and fights on sites like YouTube.