Baltimore Police Charges; MTA's Political Ad Ban; Charlie Hebdo's Legacy

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Protesters hold signs as they stand off with the police at Camden Yard during a march in honor of Freddie Gray on April 25, 2015 in Baltimore, Maryland.

He was late to work the day of the attack on the offices, so Charlie Hebdo cartoonist Jean-Baptiste Thoret survived, and recently won a Freedom of Expression Courage Award from PEN. He talks about life since his colleagues were murdered and the state of free speech, along with PEN's executive director Suzanne Nossel. Plus: breaking down last week's Bridgegate indictments; the Baltimore police charges; why the MTA banned all political advertisements; and a collection of conservative commencement speeches.