A new book shows how the Baltimore Police Department let dirty cops flourish right under its nose.
The ruling says it's acceptable for cities to use ordinances to protect some businesses from competitors.
The city’s systems have been down since May 7, with no end in sight.
Whether the police will stop arresting people is another question.
The accidental criminal penalties in Baltimore's proposed scooter bill reveal the problems with the default criminalization of code violations.
This might not be what lawmakers had in mind when they created this program.
The Saturday incident immediately prompted an investigation because it was captured on bystander video.
Baltimore could become the first major city in the U.S. to make the sale or lease of its water system illegal.
Judges were told not require cash bail from defendants who were too poor to pay. Instead they're not offering bail at all.
The government is taking an increased interest in your dining decisions.
The trial of two Gun Trace Task Force members sheds light on a deeply dysfunctional department.
Armed robbery, extortion...and keeping the money for themselves.
A judge suspends oppressive city regulations as too vague, but the fight's probably not over.
The $15 billion project would connect two cities that are only 35 miles apart. That's $420 million per mile-if it stays on-budget.
Hundreds more may still be affected.
A deputy police chief's message to riders: "You're not safe. We are coming for you."
But for the body camera footage…
This is why law enforcement should not have control over whether footage is released.
Jeff Sessions once again shows he's determined to roll back the Obama administration's attempts to stop unconstitutional policing.
It's no April Fool's joke. Mayor Catherine Pugh vetoes a $15/hour wage mandate, citing economic concerns.
The Justice Dept.'s Costly Reform Agreement with Baltimore Police Explains Basic Appropriate Behavior
Are they 'fixing' the department or just rebuilding it from scratch?
And would it actually improve accountability for police misconduct anyway?
Tawan Boyd-scared, confused, and intoxicated-had called police for help. He died three days later.
Cameras attached to the bottom of a small plane can capture an area of roughly 30 square miles at any given time, transmitting real-time images to the ground.
Justice Dept. report on Baltimore Police shows little respect for the Fourth Amendment.
The Maryland governor who defied Prohibition, and the Utah governor who wouldn't pay his income tax
Unconstitutional stops, excessive force, racist slurs, and little internal oversight.
Baltimore County Cops Kill Woman After Trying to Serve Bench Warrant for Disorderly Conduct, Resisting Arrest
Male suspect with a warrant for assault was apprehended while trying to flee
Former Baltimore Police officer blasts reforms as just more of the same.
Detailed policy leaves much to the discretion of "reasonable" officers.
Prosecutors unable to prove intent to harm by officer.
The first verdict in the trials of six Baltimore police officers
"Everyone behaves better when they're on video."
"Police officers don't take days off," the police commissioner said.
Ruling establishes that people have expectation of physical location privacy.
Says government has to identify its problems and solve them.