Police named the victim as 39-year-old Dannta Holmes.
The Kushner Companies received the $30 million from the insurance broker Menora Mivtachim, one of the Israel's largest financial institutions.
Below-freezing temperatures persist across the U.S.
The Baltimore Police Department Commissioner made the announcement after revealing that the FBI has refused to take over the investigation.
City officials want the FBI to investigate Detective Sean Suiter's shooting death.
Sonja Sohn of "The Wire" makes her directorial debut in a documentary about the city she could never really leave.
Monuments came down in Baltimore on Wednesday and Durham, North Carolina, on Monday.
The festival, held every Memorial Day weekend, celebrates its 15th anniversary this year.
That the explosions have not yet all happened does not mean that the fuses have not been lit.
The decree followed findings that Baltimore's police department regularly violated African-Americans' civil rights, including through strip searches, unlawful stops and excessive force.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions has called for a review of Obama-era consent decrees between the federal government and local law enforcement.
A fuel tanker burst into flames Saturday after skidding off the icy highway.
Donald Trump comes home, Hobby Lobby founder funds Bible Museum and more among top political stories of the week.
DeRay Mckesson speaks with Newsweek about his platform and the hurdles in running for office.
An FBI agent accused lawyers for Adnan Syed of manipulating cell phone records in their bid to win a retrial.
The full-time protester filed to run for mayor just before the deadline, and some aren't thrilled.
"Baltimore is a city of promise and possibility," Mckesson said.