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Battered Baltimore neighborhoods try to bounce back amid riots
President pledges help to quell the violence.
Recent cases in Scott County have been linked to the use of intravenous drugs.
Deployment of Coast Guard cutters to fight drug smuggling has fallen steadily since 2009.
The parents are accused of abusing their son, who was found in the basement of their home
Robin Wilson was preparing to see her daughter's body for the first time since her death.
Four people are still missing in storm that killed two.
De'asia Watkins is charged with aggravated murder in death of her 3-month-old daughter.
Japan Prime Minister Shinzo Abe makes a state visit to the White House.
As he prepares to launch his presidential campaign, here are some things to know about the Vermont senator.
Baltimore tensions explode
The narrow passage is a transit point for 40% of the world's oil shipments.
Bar DJ Matt Molewyk was among friends in tears as they remembered Hannah Wilson.
The patient, who recently traveled to West Africa, is being tested for Ebola.
Legislation would give Congress a greater role in reviewing any nuclear deal with Iran.
U.S. airlines contend Gulf carriers get subsidies, which Emirates, Etihad and Qatar deny
The army said that rebels fired Grad rockets at the government-held town of Avdiivka.
Police and crowds have gathered on the streets of Baltimore.
Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., will announce Thursday that he will run for president, according to multiple news reports.
Baltimore must deal with its legacy of racism, poverty and social injustice.