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Prime Minister Shinzo Abe concluded his weeklong stay in the U.S. with a tour of his former Los Angeles college
The mayor of Cleveland said this week his city is prepared to handle the reaction to the trial of an officer charged in the deadly shooting of two people. It comes as officials investigate the fatal police shooting a 12-year-old boy. Dean Reynolds reports.
After three people were killed by listeria linked to Blue Bell Creameries, the nation's third largest ice cream maker shut down its factory. As Manuel Bojorquez reports, the company hired 900 people in the town of Brenham.
Gas usually increases in price as refiners switch over from their spring to summer blend, but this year's price hike was especially sharp. As Jericka Duncan reports, gas prices are up 57 cents since January.
After indicting six police officers, prosecutor Marilyn Mosby must now prove her charges to the court. According to Wyatt Andrews, she needs to show that what happened to Freddie Gray in the van amounts to murder.
Following the arrest of six police officers in connection with the death of Freddie Gray, the tone of the rallies have gone from violent to almost celebratory. Mark Albert reports from Baltimore.
Authorities say the officer was hospitalized after being shot, and one person was taken into custody in connection with the incident
Boxing's "Fight of the Century" between Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Manny Pacquiao
Property near the city's downtown area was damaged during protests and owners want to see those responsible punished
Tens of thousands turn out for annual Run for the Roses at Churchill Downs