The jury took roughly 10 hours to reach a verdict in the former Minneapolis police officer’s high-profile trail.
Derek Chauvin has been convicted of two counts of murder and one count of manslaughter in the death of George Floyd, concluding a trial that drew intense national interest and amplified concerns over the disparate ways police treat Americans of color.
The former Minneapolis officer, who... Read more
Former HUD secretary tells Laura Ingraham racism doesn't have to be central focus of American life
Former Housing and Urban Development Secretary Ben Carson warned Democrats against stoking racial divisions on "The Ingraham Angle" Monday.
"As a neurosurgeon, when I open that head and operate on a brain, which makes you who you are, I can't tell whether you are Black, White, Yellow or Brown," Carson told host... Read more
Journalists have been harassed and assaulted by police at Minnesota protests over Daunte Wright’s killing, an attorney said in a letter to the governor.
Minnesota police aggressively arrested a CNN producer and assaulted multiple other members of the press covering protests over the police shooting of Daunte Wright last week, according to an attorney representing dozens of news outlets.
More than 100... Read more
The majority of House Republicans who voted to impeach former President Trump in January saw fundraising gains in the first three months of the year despite intense backlash from members of their own party, according to new financial disclosures.
Most of the Republicans who publicly went against Trump after the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol saw their 2021 first quarter... Read more
The state’s protective “red flag” law didn’t keep firearms out of the shooter’s hands at a critical time, according to the police chief.
The teenager police say fatally shot eight people at a FedEx warehouse in Indianapolis this week legally purchased the two semiautomatic rifles he used even though the FBI questioned him last year after a disturbing warning from his... Read more