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Protesters hang out front of riot police minutes before a mandatory, city-wide curfew of 10 p.m. near the CVS pharmacy that was set on fire yesterday during rioting after the funeral of Freddie Gray, on April 28, 2015 in Baltimore, Md.

What is the real Baltimore?

04/29/15 09:20AM

At the corner of North and Pennsylvania I saw one Baltimore trying to outshine the other, but when night fell, and the sunlight left, the other Baltimore took its shot and then scrambled back into the shadows. read more

Gray's death indicative of greater problems

Gray's death indicative of greater problems

05/01/15 03:17PM

NBC News' Jay Gray and former Baltimore police officer Peter Moskos discuss reactions following the charges brought against officers involved with Freddie Gray's arrest, and how Freddie Gray's death is indicative of greater problems that need to be addres watch

The price of silence on a college campus

The price of silence on a college campus

04/30/15 03:48PM

Has campus life changed after the Duke sexual assault scandal? William Cohan, author of “The Price of Silence: The Duke Lacrosse Scandal, the Power of the Elite, and the Corruption of Our Great Universities, joined the panel to discuss. watch

What have we learned from Baltimore?

What have we learned from Baltimore?

04/30/15 03:20PM

As the Baltimore protests spread to other cities, many are wondering which police departments are responding the correctly across the country. Prof. Eugene O’Donnell, former NYPD Officer, and Rob Weinhold, former Batlimore police officer, join the panel watch

Into the world of 'White Collar Convicts'

Into the world of 'White Collar Convicts'

04/29/15 03:38PM

A new CNBC documentary takes us inside the prison walls and face-to-face with some of the biggest white collar criminals of our generation. Andrew Ross Sorkin, host of the CNBC Documentary, “White Collar Convicts: Life on the Inside,” joins the panel... watch

The real Baltimore re-emerges

The real Baltimore re-emerges

04/29/15 03:13PM

As the "Charm City" heals through prayers & music, many wonder when the violence will end. Retired NYPD Detective Sergeant Prof. Joseph Giacalone and Marquez Claxton, retired NYPD Detective and director of the Black Law Enforcement Alliance, join the... watch

A tale of two Baltimores

A tale of two Baltimores

04/29/15 03:04PM

On Tuesday, msnbc’s Toure witnessed two Baltimores: The one that appeared during the day to clean up the city, and the one who came out at night. Rev. Donte Hickman, Pastor at the Southern Baptist Church, and Nikko Caldwell, member of the Bloods gang, ... watch

Where does Baltimore go from here?

Where does Baltimore go from here?

04/28/15 03:48PM

This story is about the community and the their struggle to cope with years of distrust between resident and the police. So what happens next for the community? F. Michael Higginbotham, Professor, University of Baltimore School of Law & Author of, “Ghosts watch

Understanding the situation in Baltimore

Understanding the situation in Baltimore

04/28/15 03:00PM

As neighbors clean up and start taking back their community, many wonder what will happen Tuesday night. Eugene O’Donnell, Professor of Law and Police Studies, John Jay College of Criminal Justice, Former NYPD Police Officer and Malik Aziz, National Chai watch

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