ESPN Films' documentary 144 lifts the lid on what life was like in the WNBA's bubble in Brandeton, Florida. In the film, Williams speaks out in a meeting about how to respond to Jacob Blake's shooting.
Splattered pig's blood accompanied by a decapitated pig head were left on the former home of a man who testified as part of former Minneapolis Police Officer Derek Chauvin's defense during his trial for the killing of George Floyd.
Marjorie Taylor Greene shouted at Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez outside the House chamber, calling her a "terrorist sympathizer."
Thomas Lane, J. Alexander Kueng and Tou Thao were scheduled to face trial on August 23 on charges that they aided and abetted murder and manslaughter.
Judge Peter Cahill found beyond a reasonable doubt that Chauvin abused his power as a police officer and treated Floyd with particular cruelty, among other aggravating factors that could lengthen the former Minneapolis cop's prison sentence.
Duane Chapman warned that more police would face lawsuits and potential charges if they continued using lethal force.
A fresh spike in violence between Israelis and Palestinians has prompted expressions of anger and solidarity from the American left, including the Black Lives Matter movement.
The footage was taken during a protest on May 2 to honor the life of Marvin Scott III, a 26-year-old Black man who died in March while in police custody at a Texas jail.
Her remarks came after Obama gave a recent interview praising the Black Lives Matter movement and discussing concerns she has as a Black mother.
Derek Chauvin, Thomas Lane, J. Kueng and Tou Thao were indicted on additional charges related to the death of George Floyd.
Sara Erwin was fired from the Hopewell Township Police Department, while another officer who reacted to her post was suspended and demoted.
Branden Michael Wolfe was sentenced to three-and-a-half years in prison after pleading guilty to one count of conspiracy to commit arson.
An Atlanta board reinstated Rolfe after his attorney argued that the officer was not given enough notice of his termination following the fatal shooting of Brooks last June.
Eric Nelson, Chauvin's lawyer, filed a motion for a new trial on Tuesday, citing multiple grounds, including allegations of errors made by the judge.
On April 20, a jury found Chauvin—a former Minneapolis, Minnesota police officer who killed a Black man named George Floyd—guilty of all three criminal counts related to Floyd's death.
Video surfaced of an emergency first responder protesting at a food drive claiming that overdose patients do not deserve potentially life-saving medical intervention.
Karra Crowley, a real estate agent, says someone sent the emails to the Sacramento chapter of Black Lives Matter to harm her business.
Last week a jury found Derek Chauvin guilty of murdering George Floyd. With that verdict, the trial of one police officer came to an end and a renewed conversation about policing in America and use of excessive force has begun.
The independent commission called upon the global community to support an International Criminal Court investigation, though the U.S. is not a member state of the ICC.
"Just because I don't want critical race theory taught to my children at school doesn't make me a racist, dammit," the white woman said.
"I personally understand the pain," said the Republican senator from South Carolina on Sunday morning.
"I think one of the lessons that people will learn over time is that there's no question there needs to be police," former President George W. Bush said during a recent podcast interview.
The teacher is accused of singling out Black students during outbursts apparently caught on video.
The 26-year-old died on April 19 in California after being pinned down by officers using their knees, elbows and arms.
The former police officer has been charged with second-degree manslaughter after fatally shooting Daunte Wright during a traffic stop.
After President Joe Biden challenged Congress to pass the George Floyd Justice in Policing Act by May 25, Republicans and Democrats in the House and the Senate spent much of Thursday working to craft bipartisan police reform legislation that can pass in the coming weeks.
Overall, nearly half of Americans said they somewhat or strongly support the goals of the anti-racism activists.
Brandon Mitchell was Juror 52 of the 12 jury members who convicted Derek Chauvin of George Floyd's murder.
One of the questions referred to drugs in George Floyd's system at the time of his killing in Minnesota.