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• Police have handed over their investigation of Freddie Gray’s death to the Baltimore State’s Attorney, which is now tasked with determining whether to bring charges against the six offices who took him into custody. The report found that the police van made a previously undiscovered stop.

• Vermont independent Sen. Bernie Sanders on Thursday declared “we’re in this race to win” and highlighted key areas he’ll seek to differentiate himself from Hillary Clinton in the Democratic presidential primary.

• A $20 million pilot program to extend the use of police body cameras for “transparency” was announced by the Department of Justice on Friday, amid nationwide protests over police treatment of suspects.

• President Obama’s future presidential library will be located in Chicago, two people familiar with the selection have indicated. That means the library will either be located at the University of Chicago, where Mr. Obama used to teach, or the University of Illinois at Chicago.