The lengthy filing cites alleged conflicts of interest and bias
"Does anybody hear us pray for Michael Brown and Freddie Gray?"
He's expected to play "Baltimore," the as-yet-unreleased song he wrote about the unrest in the city
The guy was the master of the 'pick-six'
"We're talking about generations of mistrust"
Anthony Batts embraces call for civil rights review of the “patterns and practices” of the city's police department
The stores were badly burned in the unrest that followed Freddie Gray's funeral on April 27
"The Baltimore uprising isn’t just about Freddie Gray"
"We have to have a foundation of trust"
'We haven't been part of the solution, and now we have to evolve."
"The reports of a man being shot at North and Pennsylvania Ave are NOT true"
The city's involvement in a Justice Department program shows the softer side of intervention
The city erupted Monday night in the wake of Freddie Gray's death
The city faces systemic issues involving patterns of segregation and police mistrust
The 35-year-old prosecutor announced Friday that Freddie Gray's death was being treated as a homicide
The city’s eruption follows decades of systemic failure
"The justice system has prevailed"
From Boston to New York, thousands have hit the streets to protest the death of a black man who died of spinal injuries after his arrest by Baltimore police
David Simon lashes out against the former Baltimore Mayor and Maryland Governor amid this week's unrest
Just before midnight Tuesday, Baltimore Police Commissioner Anthony Batts declared the curfew a success