The Maryland State Attorney for Baltimore today charged six police officers with crimes ranging from assault to second degree murder in the death of Freddie Gray. Demonstrators in Baltimore are cheering that quick action. Guest host Barbara Bogaev looks at what's next in the legal case and whether it will buoy the nationwide protest movement against police violence.
Also, ten years ago Utah promised it would end chronic homelessness in the state by 2015 using a simple but controversial approach which places the hardest-to-help people in apartments -- often ahead of needy families. Some cities agree the strategy works and it even saves taxpayer's money.
Photo: Baltimore state attorney Marilyn Mosby speaks on recent violence and says there is "probable cause to file criminal charges in the Freddie Gray case" of officers involved in the arrest of the black man who later died of injuries he sustained while in custody in Baltimore, Maryland May 1, 2015. (Adrees Latif/Reuters)