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Brandon Higgs, who was active in private neo-Nazi chat groups, said "Go back to Africa!" before the shooting in a Baltimore suburb.
The statue in Baltimore was torn down by protestors on Saturday evening.
"Please stay home!" tweeted Jack Young, who urged the president to cancel his Memorial Day visit to the city.
"Better to have a few rats than to be one," the Baltimore Sun said in an editorial.
The tournament was being live-streamed from a Florida shopping centre.
No country or group of people enjoys being reminded of the dark and immoral bits of its past. Australians are understandably
“The system continues to fail black people.”
As Baltimore cleans up from rioting over the death of Freddie Gray, many wonder how the city will recover. Gray’s death was
When a Baltimore class asked their substitute teacher to spit some lyrics off the cuff then probably didn't expect him to
An illusionist has been hospitalised after attempting to escape from a locked underwater chamber in Baltimore. Spencer Horsman
People coming together to clean streets, feed and water police and protect their community have been covered by some - but
Violence broke out in Baltimore near the funeral of a black man who died in police custody earlier this month. Freddie Gray
Sometimes I wonder why more people don't visit this sleepy village, with its stunning views across the harbour, its abundance of spectacular coastal walks and wildlife, its rich cultural history and all that incredible fresh seafood on offer daily. Then I remember that's kind of what makes it so special.
The street collapse follows two days of heavy rain and flooding, which might've contributed to the damage.
Tourists flock to Washington DC, the US capital, to view the monuments and museums but they can also dine well, particularly on the seafood coming from Chesapeake Bay.
The owner of a third winning ticket from the US Mega Millions lottery has come forward to claim their share of last month's
Monday night saw the first instalment of Top Boy, Channel 4's drama being hyped as the UK's answer to The Wire. For those