LIVE: Obama expected to make statement on Baltimore

President Obama is expected to address the state of emergency in Baltimore during a Tuesday press conference from The White House.

Obama has not publicly made remarks about the protests and violence in the wake of the death of Freddie Gray, a Baltimore man who was arrested and died after a spinal injury. Obama did meet with Attorney General Loretta Lynch to discuss the matter Monday, but reporters were barred from covering the gathering.

Obama could also address news that Iran seized a U.S. cargo ship that the Pentagon identified as the MV Maersk Tigris.

The briefing is a joint conference with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, and was original scheduled to focus on a cybersecurity alliance between Japan and the U.S.

Watch Obama's remarks in the video above.