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BALTIMORE (AP) — Baltimore police say groups were protesting the death of Freddie Gray right up until tonight's curfew, but they were all peaceful. And by the time 10 p.m. arrived, it was mostly media on the street. As they did last night, police allowed several minutes to pass before suiting up in riot gear and moving the media and protesters out of the intersection where rioting took place Monday. A volunteer on a bullhorn could also be heard telling people to go home.
BALTIMORE (AP) — Baltimore police have turned over the findings of their investigation into the death of Freddie Gray to a prosecutor. The 25-year-old black man suffered a severe spinal injury while in the custody of Baltimore police. State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby is calling on the city to be patient as her office completes its own independent investigation. But a coalition of media organizations is seeking release of that report, saying there's "an expectation of transparency" in the case.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Hillary Rodham Clinton is welcoming her first formal challenger for the Democratic presidential nomination to the race. Sen. Bernie Sanders says creating an economy that works for all the people will be the center of his campaign, adding: "The wealthiest people in the country and the largest corporations" must stop shipping jobs overseas and start paying their fair share of taxes. In a tweet, Clinton says: "I agree with Bernie."
BERLIN (AP) — German officials say they have foiled what may have been a Boston Marathon-style attack on a professional cycling race planned for tomorrow. Police detained a couple in a raid on their home outside Frankfurt, seizing a cache of weapons, including a pipe bomb, and chemicals. Frankfurt's chief prosecutor says suspicions were heightened when police observed the male suspect, a trained chemist, apparently scouting the area where the race was due to take place.
BOSTON (AP) —Partners HealthCare is notifying about 3,300 patients about a security breach. The nonprofit health care system says it learned in November that a group of its workers received phishing emails and provided information in response. Phishing emails trick their targets into handing over passwords or clicking on links that install malicious programs. Partners says it has contacted law enforcement and taken steps to secure email accounts. It says it has no evidence any patient information has been misused.
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