Running from Cops: from the Streets to the Courts
Two Baltimore men. Two shocking court battles. Two lives changed.
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Voices of the Uprising
A year after the April 2015 unrest in Baltimore, teens and police who were there tell how it really began.
Sitting Down With a Former Baltimore Police Officer
Ed Mattson saw Baltimore’s 1968 riots in person, and he watched the recent Freddie Gray riots on TV. He’s still struggling to understand both.
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Inside the Baltimore Hardware Store That’s Helping Residents Rebuild
Janice McCulley almost lost her hardware store during Monday night’s Baltimore riots. Her customers wouldn’t let that happen.
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Bill Clinton’s 7-year-old brother
A year into his new American life, refugee Igey Muzeleya reconsidered everything about who he was.
Veterans’ new fight: reviving inner-city America
How some veterans of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan are helping turn around a drug-infested neighborhood of Baltimore – and themselves.
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9/11 hijacking victim’s family expanded, even without him
Fleeing is Believing
Refugees moving to America hear wild, improbable rumors about this country before they get here. Some of which turn out to be true.
What it’s like to be a refugee in America
Global conflict and recession chip away at America’s ability to protect the huddled masses it has rescued. Some go homeless, some even return to war zones to make a living.
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Lost in Migration
Neema John survived genocide and rape, but can she beat the red tape to be reunited with her family in Atlanta?