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In addition to a protest at Baltimore City Hall, residents gathered Thursday outside the Police Department’s Western District station, above, to speak out against the death of Freddie Gray. Associated Press

Freddie Gray protester: 'We will not sit quietly' (w/video)

BALTIMORE — Protests over the arrest and death of Baltimore resident Freddie Gray continued for a sixth day on Thursday, with about 200 people circling the grassy plaza in front of a cordoned-off City Hall and then marching in the streets at the evening rush hour. "Shame on Baltimore police," said the Rev. Jamal Br …


  1. Clinton charities review tax returns amid scrutiny of foreign grants


    The Clinton family's namesake foundation and signature health initiative are reviewing several years of tax returns following questions about the charities' reporting of tens of millions of dollars in grants from foreign governments, foundation officials said Friday.

  2. 15 loose buffaloes that crossed New York highway are killed (w/video)


    COEYMANS, N.Y. — Fifteen buffaloes that escaped from a farm were intentionally shot and killed Friday after they dashed past a group of police, crossed a major highway and ended up near some schools, authorities said.

    A herd of buffalo crosses a road, Friday, April 24, 2015, in Bethlehem, N.Y. About 15 of the animals got loose Thursday from a farm in the Rensselaer County town of Schodack, on the river's east bank a few miles southeast of Albany. [Associated Press]
  3. Gumming up the works: New study shows how you can get rid of unwanted tune in your head


    A new study suggests that if you want to get an annoying song out of your head, chewing a piece of gum might help.

  4. Smitten while in Cuba? Better call the love detective before you commit


    HAVANA — As they begin to visit this long-forbidden island in greater and greater numbers, it is only natural that some American travelers will fall in love with Cuba. Others, with Cubans.

  5. Police: Stage collapses at Indiana school; more than 12 hurt (w/video)


    WESTFIELD, Ind. — More than a dozen people were injured after a stage filled with students collapsed during a musical performance at a central Indiana high school Thursday night, authorities said.