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Freddie Gray is the black man who died in police custody a week ago. A mob of young people threw rocks and stones at police. They also looted dozens of businesses and set fires to stores and cars.
International aid groups have yet to reach the remote mountain villages where the expectation is that many may have been wiped off the map. In Kathmandu, there's anger that aid is too slow in coming.
Subhash Ghimire, editor of the Nepalese newspaper Republica, says earthquake victims are growing frustrated by the slow response to help them. He says part of the problems are logistics and politics.
Jurors deciding the fate of convicted Boston marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev will hear more from defense attorneys. They are making the case that Tsarnaev does not deserve the death penalty.
Tyson, the country's biggest producer of chicken meat, says within 2 years, it expects to stop giving chickens antibiotics that humans also use. The decision echoes one by McDonald's last month.
Smoke spilling from a microwave near the Senate chamber set off alarms. No one has come forward to claim responsibility for the overcooked Kraft macaroni and cheese.