"He makes $152,000 per *minute* and yet his workers are forced defecate in bags," Omar said, accusing Bezos of retaliating against workers seeking to unionize.
A Buffalo city official told Newsweek that the flag's owner, Jay Johnson, has not indicated to the city if he will apply for the necessary licenses despite previous warnings from the city.
Murphy also tweeted and deleted a racist attack against Kamala Harris last October, writing that she "was only picked for her color and her race."
Omar said the Minneapolis community is on "edge" that Chauvin may be found not guilty by the jury.
A Minnesota Supreme Court ruling sparked outrage online after it reversed a felony rape conviction because the victim was voluntarily intoxicated. The ruling exposed a state law that some called out as "victim blaming."
Derek Chauvin was filmed pressing his knee into George Floyd's neck for around 9 minutes and 30 seconds.
"We are taking a knee for eight minutes and 46 seconds, and we want you to think of during that time: Why Chauvin didn't, in that time, get his knee up?" Al Sharpton said at a news conference.
Jeremy Munson said the proposed changes will allow Minnesota counties to join a "State that respects Freedom and Liberty."
Attorney Susan Shogren Smith was fined by a Minnesota court on Friday after she "bamboozled" voters into being named as plaintiffs in complaints aimed at overturning the results of the 2020 election.
Officials are concerned about the risk of another spike in COVID cases, even as the state makes good progress with its vaccine rollout.
The judge recalled seven of the nine jurors who were selected for Derek Chauvin's trial before news of the city's settlement with George Floyd's family.
The veteran actress and activist, 83, is protesting against the controversial Enbridge Line 3 replacement in the state.
Often referred to as the Fourth Estate, the news media is the unofficial ombudsman for the people, there to hold the powerful accountable.
George Floyd's family was granted the largest pre-trial settlement in a civil rights wrongful death case in U.S. history.
Derek Chauvin, a former Minneapolis police officer, is charged with second-degree murder and manslaughter in Floyd's death. In May 2020, Floyd died in police custody after Chauvin knelt on his neck for over eight minutes while attempting to arrest him for allegedly using a counterfeit $20 bill.
The judge's orders are just a few of numerous court rules he has required to maintain order during the contentious trial.
On Friday, the Minnesota Court of Appeals called for a judge to reconsider reinstating the third-degree murder charge against Chauvin, who is charged with Floyd's death while in police custody last May. Hennepin County Judge Peter Cahill dismissed the charge in 2020.
"Wrong person, wrong person," bystanders yelled as they pointed to the white woman. "It's her."
Floyd, a black man, died of asphyxiation after a white police officer kneeled on his neck. Floyd repeatedly said "I can't breathe" and his death sparked global protests over racial injustice and police brutality.
The state's online system will tell residents when they are eligible to receive the jab and help them to book an appointment.
Doug Wardlow says he will "defend law enforcement" and defend "constitutional liberties, including your right to bear arms and defend yourself."
Vaccinations are currently offered at select Hy-Vee locations in Iowa, Illinois, Kansas, Minnesota, Nebraska and South Dakota.
Pharmacy chain Thrifty White has started offering in-store vaccinations across stores in parts of the Midwest.
The shooting occurred outside of the Allina Health Clinic on Tuesday morning. Police confirmed to Newsweek that a suspect is in custody.
Three Minnesota police groups have said some agencies will not respond to potential violence because of political rhetoric against law enforcement.
TeKeith Svyone Jones is said to have admitted to killing 11-year-old Ja'Corbie Wallace as well as his mother and sister last month.
Republicans in Minnesota have spoken out against a proposal to have the state pay for security at Derek Chauvin's trial over the killing of George Floyd in March.
Minnesota health officials announced Monday that the first case of Brazil's "P.1" COVID-19 variant was detected following a random sampling of test specimens.
"We opened up and we did not anticipate the business that we have," said one of the owners. "We did not anticipate the kickback from the state."
Applications for both permits were made by Becky Strohmeier, from Hold The Line, MN, who helped organize last week's "Storm the Capitol" rally.