Rallies in Baltimore and other U.S. cities
A day after the announcement of charges against six Baltimore police officers, the city -- and nation -- saw rallies Saturday over Freddie Gray's death in police custody.
Six police officers face charges
The most serious charge is second-degree depraved-heart murder for the driver of the van in which Freddie Gray was placed after he was arrested.
Baltimore cheers, weeps after charges announced
The city of Baltimore erupted with a joyous chorus of honking, whistles and cheers on Friday immediately after prosecutors announced murder and other criminal charges against six police officers in the killing of Freddie Gray.
Is 'thug' the new racial slur?
A term used by President Barack Obama and Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake to characterize rioters has given new life to a debate over the word "thug."
Photos: The OTHER Baltimore
Volunteers and local residents help clean up Baltimore after riots broke out following the funeral for Freddie Gray, who died of a severe spinal cord injury he got while in police custody. See pictures of the cleanup efforts.
FAA: Dreamliners could lose power
The FAA mandates "a repetitive maintenance task" for Boeing 787s after finding the aircraft could suddenly lose all AC electrical power.
A-Rod ties Willie Mays
His suspension from baseball meant it took longer to catch up with the milestone Willie Mays set over 40 years ago. But the New York Yankees' Alex Rodriguez hit a home run over the left-field wall in Boston late Friday for career homer number 660.
'Bubble girl' is allergic to life
The cracker or the bite of ice cream -- Brynn Duncan still isn't sure which one sent her into anaphylactic shock that day. Her food allergies change so frequently, keeping track is almost pointless.
Obama library to be in Chicago
The Barack Obama Presidential Library and Museum will be located in Chicago, two people familiar with the decision confirmed to CNN, with an official announcement coming in May.