Key Republican lawmakers in Minnesota say they'll block most of an ambitious effort by Democrats to remake policing in the state where George Floyd died and they plan to approve only a limited set of police accountability measures.
By Steve Karnowski, Associated Press
The family of George Floyd, a Minnesota man who died after been held down by the neck by police in Minneapolis, held a news conference Tuesday where they spoke to the void his death had left in their lives.
By Yasmeen Alamiri, Molly Finnegan
Prosecutors say they are delaying the case against a man who drove his semitrailer into a crowd of protesters on a closed Minneapolis freeway pending further investigation.
By Associated Press
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — The state of Minnesota filed a human rights complaint Tuesday against the Minneapolis Police Department in the death of George Floyd by an officer who pressed his knee into Floyd’s neck for minutes, even after he stopped…
By Steve Karnowski, Amy Forliti, Associated Press
Managing the lawful and peaceful protests that are continuing in Minnesota’s Twin Cities while preparing for the possibility of more violence is the job of state and local authorities. St. Paul, Minnesota Mayor Melvin Carter joins Hari Sreenivasan to discuss…
By Stephen Groves and Tim Sullivan, Associated Press
The scale of the protests, extending to nearly every part of the country and unfolding on a single night, seemed to rival the historic demonstrations of the civil rights and Vietnam eras. And by Sunday morning, the outrage had spread…
Minnesota is mobilizing its entire National Guard as the state braces for more protests in Minneapolis over George Floyd’s death. The ongoing protests turned violent on Friday for a fourth night after thousands of demonstrators set cars and buildings on…
By Associated Press
A police officer was seen on camera firing what appeared to be pepper balls at a news crew during a live television broadcast of the second night of Louisville protests, prompting an apology from the Louisville Metro Police Department.
By David Bauder, Associated Press
Correspondent Omar Jimenez and two colleagues were handcuffed and led away by the Minnesota State Patrol while reporting live on the network Friday morning.
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