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The Price of Filming Police Violence

People who filmed high-profile videos of the police killings of Freddie Gray, Eric Garner, Walter Scott, Philando Castile, Alton Sterling, and others say they have faced retaliation and harassment.
Dragana Kaurin

‘Seven Seconds’ Creator Won’t Shy Away from the Anguish of Black Death

We spoke with showrunner Veena Sud about portraying racism and police brutality on TV.
Noel Ransome

The Disturbing Lawsuit by the Cops Charged in Freddie Gray's Death

Now that the criminal case against them has collapsed, these Baltimore cops are going after their prosecutor.
Eli Hager
State of Surveillance

Report on Secret Baltimore Aerial Surveillance Concludes 'We Should Do This Again Sometime'

Maybe now with actual transparency.
Michael Byrne

How Two Teens Used the Baltimore Riots to Start an 'Uber of Drug Dealing'

A new book shows how Freddie Gray's death—and the unrest that followed—presented an opportunity for young dealers.
Seth Ferranti

PREMIERE: Joy Postell Embodies Her Heroes in New Video, "Consciousness"

The Baltimore singer takes inspiration from her hometown's racial unrest.
Lawrence Burney
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Baltimore Cops Have Been Secretly Watching Citizens from the Sky

Police decided not to tell anybody about the military-grade technology keeping tabs on Baltimore.
VICE Staff
The VICE Guide to Right Now

No One Is Going to Be Held Criminally Accountable for Freddie Gray's Death

The Baltimore City State's Attorney's office decided to drop all charges Wednesday against the three remaining officers accused of being involved in Freddie Gray's death.
VICE Staff
Stay Melo

Carmelo Reflects on Marching Against Police Brutality in Baltimore: Stay Melo

With anger boiling over about the injustices suffered by underprivileged communities, Carmelo Anthony went home to Baltimore to spend some time in the streets and show some much-needed love to the people that made him who he is today.
VICE Sports

What the Latest Not Guilty Verdict in the Freddie Gray Case Means for Police Reform

Yet another officer charged with wrongdoing in the death of Freddie Gray has been found not guilty by a judge.
Annalies Winny

The VICE Morning Bulletin

This morning, Democrats stage a 16-hour sit-in for a vote on gun control legislation, Britain decides on whether to stay in the EU, Kim Jung Un claims North Korea's missiles can reach the US, and more.
VICE Staff

What the Next Freddie Gray Trial Means for American Cops and Prosecutors

The trial beginning Thursday represents the best shot at a conviction over the 25-year-old's death.
Annalies Winny