P.J. Fleck wears a lot of hats as the head coach of the University of Minnesota football team. But over the past week, he’s turned more to listening and counseling than he has coaching.
Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz's administration has launched a civil rights investigation of the Minneapolis Police Department following the death of George Floyd.
Hundreds of protesters joined Minneapolis clergy Tuesday afternoon for a silent march to the block where George Floyd was killed while in Minneapolis Police custody Memorial Day.
The incident happened at approximately 4:11 a.m. on the 1500 block of Front Street in the Pennsport section of the city.
Two men are facing federal charges after throwing Molotov cocktails into a Dakota County government building in the early hours of Friday morning.
The Hennepin County Attorney says it will defer charges against a truck driver that drove onto to the I-35W bridge during a large protest Sunday.
Community members are pitching in to help the Minneapolis and St. Paul residents impacted by the riots that have erupted after the death of George Floyd.
Minneapolis Public Schools announced Tuesday that they are facing an overwhelming amount of donations at school sites and emergency meal-distribution sites.
“I call on the Congress to act this month," Biden said, urging lawmakers to start “with real police reform" and citing proposed legislation outlawing choke holds.
The family of George Floyd, the black man who died in police custody last week, will hold memorial services for him in Minneapolis, North Carolina and Houston.
A police officer was on life support Tuesday after being shot during a protest on the Las Vegas Strip and a man who a federal official said was armed with a rifle was hit with a beanbag projectile and then fatally shot by officers protecting a federal courthouse, authorities said.
About 40 Minnesota Democratic lawmakers called for more regulations on police in the wake of George Floyd's death and said they would demand changes during a likely legislative special session starting on June 12. Among the policing policy changes that the Minnesota House People of Color and Indigenous Caucus want is moving the investigative and prosecution powers for police killings to the Minnesota Attorney General’s office, away from the county attorney. A Democrat, Keith Ellison, holds the attorney general's office now. However, Ellison beat Republican Doug Wardlow in 2018 by just a 49-45 margin, the closest statewide race that year.
The initiative, known as #TheShowMustBePaused, was created by two black women in the multi-billion dollar music industry that profits so greatly from black art.
Good Samaritans who were trying to help the owners of a Los Angeles liquor store protect their business from alleged looters were handcuffed and detained by police who were confused after arriving at the scene Monday evening. The entire situation took place live on FOX 11.
Police officers across the U.S. were targeted in shootings and vehicular attacks Monday night as protests continued in major cities for the seventh night despite President Trump’s vow to clamp down on violence.
Dozens of incidents were reported over the weekend in which reporters were “injured, assaulted or harassed by either protesters or police officers.”
Members of the community loaded up their cars, trucks, vans, and in one case even a U-Haul, to bring groceries to a Minneapolis neighborhood after riots destroyed stores and shops in the area.
Two very different stories can be told about what happened over the weekend in Los Angeles and across the nation. One demonstrates solidarity among people of all races, doing whatever they can to make sure that the message isn't lost in translation: black individuals are not being treated as first-class citizens in the United States and the death of George Floyd can't be another statistic. The other attempts to distract from that message by whatever means possible in hopes of capitalizing on a divided nation in order to shatter our dreams of unity.
To protect protesters from injury, Rahul Dubey opened his doors to over 100 people in Northwest following a citywide curfew.
Joe Biden plans to deliver remarks on the unrest gripping the U.S. on Tuesday in Philadelphia.