Brooklyn Center Mayor Issues 11 P.M. Curfew MondayThe curfew will last until 6 a.m. Tuesday.
Derek Chauvin Trial Is In Jury's Hands After Both Sides Make Closing ArgumentsTwelve Minnesotans are now deciding what happens to Derek Chauvin, the ex-police officer charged with the death of George Floyd.
Derek Chauvin Trial: How Jury Deliberations Will WorkAfter more than two weeks of witness testimony and hours of attorney arguments, the fate of former Minneapolis police Officer Derek Chauvin is now in the hands of a jury that will decide if he is responsible for George Floyd's death.
Derek Chauvin Trial: The 12 Jurors Deliberating His FutureThe jury deliberating in the trial of Derek Chauvin, a former Minneapolis police officer charged in George Floyd 's death, is a racially diverse group that pledged before testimony began that they could set aside any preconceptions and decide the case based on the evidence.
COVID Vaccine Appointments Widely Available In Minnesota Even After Pause On Johnson & JohnsonMore than half of Minnesotans ages 16 and older have received at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine ranking the state among the best at getting shots in arms.
'I Hope That Love Will Be Spread': Minnesota High School Students Walk Out Of Classes To Call For Racial JusticeStudents at a number of Minnesota schools organized walkouts Monday.
Derek Chauvin Trial, April 19 Live Updates: Derek Chauvin's Fate Is Now In Jury's HandsAfter 14 days of testimony, with 44 witnesses taking the stand, the attorneys in the Derek Chauvin trial will give their closing arguments Monday in the biggest criminal case in Minnesota history. After that, the case will be handed to the jury, which will be sequestered until they come to a decision.
Stimulus Check Update: Will You Get A Fourth Relief Payment?With the latest round of stimulus checks already distributed to most eligible Americans, many wonder if additional aid is coming.
Biden Administration Weighing How To Respond After Chauvin Trial VerdictThe Biden administration is privately weighing how to handle the upcoming verdict in the trial of former Minneapolis Police Officer Derek Chauvin, including considering whether President Joe Biden should address the nation and dispatching specially trained community facilitators from the Justice Department, aides and officials told The Associated Press.

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Biden Administration Weighing How To Respond After Chauvin Trial VerdictThe Biden administration is privately weighing how to handle the upcoming verdict in the trial of former Minneapolis Police Officer Derek Chauvin, including considering whether President Joe Biden should address the nation and dispatching specially trained community facilitators from the Justice Department, aides and officials told The Associated Press.
Tensions High In Twin Cities Amid Wright Protests, Upcoming Chauvin Trial VerdictTensions are high around the Twin Cities Sunday night, and Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz is calling for calm as jurors in the Derek Chauvin trial are expected to be handed the case Monday.
Gov. Walz Says Additional Law Enforcement On Twin Cities Streets Is About ResponsibilityAs the state braces for more unrest in Brooklyn Center with protests and the verdict in the Derek Chauvin trial, the state of Minnesota has taken the step of turning to other states asking for help.
Bill Calling For Expansion Of Supreme Court Slammed As 'Court Packing' By Republicans -- But What Does That Mean?The Judiciary Act of 2021, introduced by a group of House and Senate Democrats on Thursday, calls for an expansion of the Court from nine to 13 justices.
Bill At Capitol Would Repeal Law Banning Objects Hanging From Rearview Mirror, An Issue In Daunte Wright's CaseA bill introduced Thursday in the Minnesota Legislature would repeal a law that prohibits objects hanging from the rearview mirror while driving, a traffic violation in Minnesota that Daunte Wright's mother said her son told her on the phone was the reason he was pulled over before he was shot and killed.
Daunte Wright Shooting Puts Pressure On Minnesota Legislature To Pass More Police ReformsOutrage over the police shooting that killed Daunte Wright during a traffic stop is mounting pressure for more police reforms at the state capitol, following the changes approved last year in wake of George Floyd’s death.

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Andrew Thomas Faces Federal Charge After Allegedly Shooting At Minnesota National Guard MembersA Minneapolis man faces a federal charge after allegedly shooting at a Minnesota National Guard vehicle in north Minneapolis Sunday.
Derek Chauvin Trial Is In Jury's Hands After Both Sides Make Closing ArgumentsTwelve Minnesotans are now deciding what happens to Derek Chauvin, the ex-police officer charged with the death of George Floyd.
Derek Chauvin Trial: How Jury Deliberations Will WorkAfter more than two weeks of witness testimony and hours of attorney arguments, the fate of former Minneapolis police Officer Derek Chauvin is now in the hands of a jury that will decide if he is responsible for George Floyd's death.
Derek Chauvin Trial: The 12 Jurors Deliberating His FutureThe jury deliberating in the trial of Derek Chauvin, a former Minneapolis police officer charged in George Floyd 's death, is a racially diverse group that pledged before testimony began that they could set aside any preconceptions and decide the case based on the evidence.
Biden Administration Weighing How To Respond After Chauvin Trial VerdictThe Biden administration is privately weighing how to handle the upcoming verdict in the trial of former Minneapolis Police Officer Derek Chauvin, including considering whether President Joe Biden should address the nation and dispatching specially trained community facilitators from the Justice Department, aides and officials told The Associated Press.
Suspect In Deadly Wisconsin Bar Shooting Identified As Rakayo VinsonThe man in custody in connection with a shooting at a southeastern Wisconsin tavern that left three men dead and three others injured was involved in a fight at the bar before coming back with a handgun and opening fire, authorities said Monday.

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12 European soccer clubs announce new breakaway Super LeagueUEFA warned clubs that joining the "cynical project" based on self-interest would see them banned from playing in any other competition — domestic, European or global.
Turkey's president declares state of emergencyTurkey's president has declared a state of emergency for the next three months. Last Friday a military faction tried to overthrow his government, but failed. The suspected coup leaders are now being paraded and humiliated on Turkish television. Holly Williams reports.
Tanks run over man during attempted coup in TurkeySurveillance camera footage obtained by The Associated Press shows two tanks running over a man in Istanbul during the attempted military coup in Turkey. The man survived, according to realty company Eminevim, which provided the video.
Mutual fund managers stashing cash, and other MoneyWatch headlinesFund managers' cash stakes are biggest since 2001; Unilever buys Dollar Shave Club for reported $1 billion; farmers bet on sweet potatoes as demand soars. These headlines and more from CBS MoneyWatch.
Russia's doping scheme may lead to Olympic banThe Olympics begin in just 17 days, and no one knows if Russia will be able to send a team to Rio. The World Anti-Doping Agency wants Russia banned for cheating on doping tests, but the International Olympic Committee needs more convincing. Mark Phillips reports.
RNC will focus on economy, and other MoneyWatch headlinesThe economy is the theme on Day 2 of the RNC; Yahoo saw profits plunge 64%; and Nintendo doubled its market cap thanks to "Pokemon Go." These headlines and more from CBS MoneyWatch.