Prosecutor Marilyn J. Mosby said at a news conference that the officers will be arraigned July 2. The charges against them are mostly similar to those announced May 1.
Officials say the skills are tested by other tasks, like turning a car around. As of yet, using backup cameras on a driving test isn’t allowed.
Michel Martin heads to Detroit for a live conversation with some of the creative forces fueling the Motor City’s economy. She’ll ask: What’s driving Detroit’s future now?
China is rolling out an ambitious soccer program. President Xi Jinping is reported to be a big fan who wants China to win a World Cup. Critics say there’s too much emphasis on quick results.
Popular myth has long credited New York’s soft water for the city’s irresistibly crusty, chewy bagels. But the chemistry behind a superior bagel is more complicated.
Robert Gates, a former CIA director and former defense secretary, told the organization, “We must deal with the world as it is, not as we might wish it to be.”
Answering the call of nature in the open is all too common when families don’t have other options. But now the country has its first zone that’s free of open defecation.
In veiled conversations, some doctors may explain to dying patients how to hasten death. But overwhelmed families are left with profound questions and the feeling that no one can answer them.
Prosecutors say clerics accused the couple of burning a page of the Quran and helped incite a mob to incinerate them in a brick kiln.
Douglas Mark Hughes faces up to 9 1/2 years in prison. He was arrested after his April 15 flight from Gettysburg, Pa., to Washington, and has been under house arrest since then.
Genetically, at least, not that much has changed in the billion years since you two last shared a relative. Roughly half the 500 genes yeast need for life are interchangeable with the human versions.
Filibusters were once reserved for the gravest existential issues. Rand Paul’s long hours Wednesday were about liberty, the Constitution, and the need to stand out in a field of presidential hopefuls.
Lt. Gen. Abdul Raziq has imposed control on the city where the Taliban were born. He’s been praised by the U.S. and the Afghan leadership, but his forces have also been accused of human rights abuses.
Also on the list of 6,500 new Scrabble words: aji (the pepper), coqui (the frog) and the more old-fashioned ixnay and zowee. Or you could just say yeesh — if you’ve got the right tiles.
Doug Hughes flew into Washington, D.C., on something resembling a hybrid bicycle and helicopter. He did it to protest money in politics, but he could face up to a decade in prison. He has no regrets.