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By Steve Karnowski, Associated Press
Jury selection began Thursday in the federal trial of three former Minneapolis police officers charged in the killing of George Floyd. The charges and issues in this federal trial are different from those in the earlier state trial that ended…
By John Yang, Sam Lane
More than a year after George Floyd's murder set off national protests and a racial reckoning, former police officer Derek Chauvin was sentenced to 22.5 years in prison by a Minnesota judge Friday. Special correspondent Fred de Sam Lazaro begins…
By Fred de Sam Lazaro, William Brangham
According to the latest PBS NewsHour/NPR/Marist poll, Americans were more likely to say race relations had gotten worse than had improved in the year since George Floyd was killed.
By Laura Santhanam
In his ruling dated Tuesday, Judge Peter Cahill found that Chauvin abused his authority as a police officer when he restrained Floyd last year and that he treated Floyd with particular cruelty.
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By Candice Norwood
In the aftermath of the verdict loom familiar questions about what it means and what comes next.
By John Yang, Meredith Lee, Saher Khan
While the guilty verdict in the murder trial of Derek Chauvin brought celebration to the streets of Minneapolis, people also came together today to mourn Daunte Wright, and demand justice for other recent police shootings involving Black Americans. John Yang…
By John Yang, Harry Zahn
A Minneapolis jury found former police officer Derek Chauvin guilty of murder and manslaughter on Tuesday, setting off new calls to reform policing — and new federal action from the Justice Department. John Yang reports.
By Yamiche Alcindor, Courtney Norris
George Floyds brother Philonise Floyd, as well as the Floyd family attorney, Benjamin Crump, join Yamiche Alcindor to discuss the much-awaited verdict in the Derek Chauvin trial, what it means to the family, and what changes they want to see…
By Judy Woodruff, Meredith Lee
To discuss what the process of bringing reform to policing could look like, Judy Woodruff is joined by Alexis Karteron, an associate professor of law and Director of the Constitutional Rights Clinic at Rutgers University, and Tracie Keesee, a 25-year…
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