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Morning Express with Robin Meade

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Protestors participate in a vigil for Freddie Gray down the street from the Baltimore Police Department's Western District police station, April 21, 2015 in Baltimore, Maryland. Gray, 25, died from spinal injuries on April 19, one week after being taken into police custody.

Freddie Gray death now civil rights case

The death of an unarmed man in Baltimore is now a federal case.

The Justice Department says it is opening a civil rights investigation into how Freddie Gray died after his arrest by Baltimore police.

Bringing global street food to the Big Easy

Bringing global street food to the Big Easy

Nick Vivion spent eight years traveling around the world shooting short films. He posted more than 100 videos on YouTube and received more than 3 million views. 

“I absolutely did a lot of sampling of street food during my travel filmmaking career,” Vivion recalls.

All Blue Bell products recalled

Total recall: All Blue Bell products pulled

Blue Bell Creameries announced it is pulling all of its products off shelves because they could be contaminated with listeria.

Watch: What you need to know about Listeria

Freddie Gray was in perfect health until police chased and tackled him in Baltimore over a week ago, his lawyer said. Less than an hour later, he was on his way to a trauma clinic with a spinal injury, where he fell into a coma.

6 cops suspended in Freddie Gray investigation

What happened to a 25-year-old man who died after he was arrested by Baltimore police? Six police officers are suspended with pay as investigators try to figure that out.

Freddie Gray died on Sunday, a week after his arrest, from a severe spine injury. Police say Gray repeatedly asked for medical care during his arrest, but didn't get it.

Body cam shows intense moment when cop does not shoot

Body cam shows intense moment when cop does not shoot

A rookie cop, in new Richmond, Ohio refused to shoot a double-murder suspect, who was charging at him screaming "shoot me, shoot me."

The dramatic scene was caught on the officer's body cam which his family bought for him after the Michael Brown shooting in Ferguson, Missouri.

Crews report hearing parrot calling 'help, fire' from inside burning home

Parrots in burning home cry 'help, fire'?

Firefighters in Idaho rushed inside a burning house when they heard somebody yelling for help, but once they got inside they only found two parrots!  

More from HLN affiliate KBOI: 'Help! Fire!' Talking parrots cause confusion

Hasselhoff's new song is serving '80s realness

Hasselhoff's new song is serving '80s realness

David Hasselhoff’s new music video for the movie "Kung Fury" has gone viral!

The song is called "True Survivor" and it's the title track for the martial arts flick.

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