In a three-year stretch, Baltimore central booking turned away 2,600 people arrested by police, but found by corrections officers to have serious injuries or illnesses.
Freddie Gray isn't the first person to be gravely injured while riding in a police van.
When the Baltimore man was arrested, he was alive and well. By the time he reached a police station, he couldn't breathe or talk. What happened?
Little is known about how an East Village building exploded and erupted in flames Thursday afternoon.
Governors used to lead the push for big projects, but the growing rural-urban divide has brought civic leaders to the fore.
In a case on whether Texas must issue plates with the Confederate battle flag, the Supreme Court takes up a more fundamental free-speech question.
The Chicago mayor hopes voters will allow him to avoid an April runoff despite school closures and outbreaks of violent crime.
A derailed crude-oil shipment in West Virginia is the latest terrifying accident—despite new federal regulations and reputedly safer tanker cars.
Hosting the event might not do much for the party or the city.
African Americans waited an average of 23 minutes to vote in the 2012 election, compared to 12 minutes for whites.