What We're Following Thursday Afternoon, 9/10

Editor’s Note: This article previously appeared in a different format as part of The Atlantic’s Notes section, retired in 2021.

Freddie Gray shooting: A Baltimore circuit court judge ruled today the trials of six police officers charged in Gray’s death will remain in Baltimore. Their attorneys had argued the officers cannot get a fair trial in the city.

Arizona shootings: Police are calling the shootings at vehicles on Interstate 10 in Phoenix an act of “domestic terrorism.” No one has been seriously injured in the 10 instances vehicles have been targeted over the past two weeks.

James Blake: New York City Police Commissioner William Bratton says he wants to apologize to the retired tennis player, who was handcuffed by officers Wednesday in an apparent case of mistaken identity. Bratton said the officer involved has been placed on a modified assignment, pending an internal-affairs investigation. Updated: More here.