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Not all protests in Baltimore turned violent. Congressman Elijah Cummings joined other peaceful protesters, marching arm-in-arm. NAACP president Cornell William Brooks joins "CBS This Morning" from Baltimore to discuss the situation.
The Maryland National Guard deployed into a wounded Baltimore early Tuesday, and police are ramping up their presence after getting what they called "a credible threat" from three gangs promising to "take out" its officers. But their response left many in the city asking, "What took so long?" Chip Reid reports.
Riots flared in Baltimore Monday after Freddie Gray's funeral. Gray died last week after his neck was broken while in police custody. At least 15 officers injured and more than two dozen people were arrested in the violent protests. The governor issued a state of emergency, allowing the National Guard to join state and local police in the city. Jeff Pegues reports.
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An allegedly drunk man punched another passenger at the Salt Lake International Airport after an in-flight confrontation. The punch, and the take-down that followed, were all caught on camera. CBS News Salt Lake City affiliate KUTV has the story.
 
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