On Thursday afternoon, the State’s Attorney for Baltimore City announced indictments against all six police officers involved in the April 12 arrest and subsequent death of Freddie Gray.
It’s time for Congress to think about infrastructure spending in a more urgent light.
Positive Train Control could have prevented Tuesday’s crash. Congress made it mandatory in 2008. But it also continues to cut funding needed to fully implement it.
The National Transportation Safety Board’s preliminary investigation reveals that the D.C.-NYC train entered a turn going twice the posted speed limit.
The National Transportation Safety Board’s investigation of the crash will consider whether the train was exceeding speed limits as it approached the derailment site.
Hundreds more were injured on Amtrak Northeast Regional Train 188, which was traveling north from Washington, D.C., to New York City.
The city’s South Side needs the jobs, money, and foot traffic the library may bring. But not at the expense of its vibrant historic parks.
The newly revealed design for the Nordstrom Tower will make it the highest in the Western Hemisphere.
It’s the extreme end game of a tax code that shifts the burden from owners to renters, and from the wealthy to the poor.
The chain could shed its “whole paycheck” image by being an ally to shoppers on food assistance.
When it finally opens its doors, the National Museum of African American History and Culture will be one of the most contradictory institutions on the National Mall.
Stephanie Rawlings-Blake and other mayors put together a January set of guidelines for cities on improving police-community relations. She's followed few of them herself.
In an open letter, Gene S. Ryan cites concerns over "conflicts of interest" with Baltimore City State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby. But Mosby comes from a long line of police.
A statement of arrest has been issued for officers involved in the death of Freddie Gray.
Bid on time with artists, curators, and others in the design field at the Van Alen Institute's "experience auction" fundraiser.
Baltimore's 10 p.m. curfew may be keeping things calm, but it's a tough slog for local workers.
Amid unrest in Baltimore, the team will play Wednesday's game against the White Sox to an empty Camden Yards.
The special distrust between Baltimore residents and police goes way back.
The decision followed reports on Saturday of drunk baseball fans taunting protesters.