Both Sides On Minneapolis Policing Question Sit Down To Forge Path Forward: 'Let's Do This Together'After a long, hard-fought battle over policing in the city of Minneapolis, community leaders, activists, and faith leaders gathered to plot a course forward.
Derek Chauvin, Ex-Wife Plead Not Guilty To Tax Evasion ChargesA judge entered not guilty pleas on tax evasion charges Friday on behalf of Derek Chauvin, the former Minneapolis police officer convicted of murder in George Floyd's death, and for the officer's ex-wife.
Minneapolis Voters Feel 'Burden' Voting On Future Of PolicingThe policing question passing would serve as a model for other progressive cities and be a big talking point for Republicans. If it doesn't pass, it would be a major blow in one of the most liberal and progressive cities in the country.
Chauvin Trial Jurors: All Three Verdicts Were 'Based On The Evidence And The Facts, 100%'Jurors who convicted Derek Chauvin in the murder of George Floyd sat down to share their experience in the courtroom with CNN's Don Lemon, just days before their names will officially be made public due to a court order.
America 'On Fire': Facebook Watched As Trump Ignited Hate During Unrest In MinneapolisThe reports of hateful and violent posts on Facebook started pouring in on the night of May 28 last year, soon after then-President Donald Trump sent a warning on social media that looters in Minneapolis would be shot.
Derek Chauvin Hires Lawyer For AppealAttorney William Mohrman filed a document with the court Friday saying he would represent Chauvin in his appeal.
'Community Is The Answer To Racism': George Floyd's 48th Birthday Celebrated In MinneapolisGeorge Floyd is known around the world because of the way he died. But on Thursday, people celebrated the way he lived.
MPD Body Cam Footage: Lieutenant Who Commented On Whites Not Looting, Commander Who Talked About 'Hunting People' Left The Force Earlier This YearTwo of the Minneapolis police officers recorded on recently-released body camera video making disparaging comments about protesters in the aftermath of George Floyd’s murder are no longer on the force.
Court Says Derek Chauvin Can't Make Oral Arguments In Appeal Without Hiring AttorneyThe Minnesota Court of Appeals said Friday that Derek Chauvin, the former Minneapolis police officer convicted of murdering George Floyd, must hire a lawyer before he can make oral arguments in his appeal.
Florida Man Guilty Of Threatening Derek Chauvin's AttorneyThe 18-second voice message included several obscenity-laden threats against Eric Nelson, Chauvin's defense lawyer.
Minn. Supreme Court Upholds Denial Of Public Defender For Derek Chauvin's AppealThe Office of the Minnesota Appellate Public Defender ruled Chauvin ineligible, and after reviewing his financial information, the Supreme Court agreed.