The four former Minneapolis police officers accused of violating George Floyd’s civil rights pleaded not guilty to the charges against them in federal court Tuesday.
Federal officers are banned from using chokeholds and “sleeper holds” — unless deadly force is authorized — and limited on the use of no-knock entries, the DOJ said.
Mayor Lori Lightfoot and community leaders gathered for the reopening of a Jewel on the South Side.
Judicial Watch has filed a First Amendment lawsuit on behalf of an Illinois teacher who was fired after criticizing the rioting, looting and other violence that broke out in Chicago after the death of George Floyd last May.
A man who set a Chicago police car on fire in the wake of the police killing of George Floyd last year has been given three years of probation.
A mural in remembrance of George Floyd in Toledo, Ohio, was reduced to rubble after a reported lightning strike.
Witnesses told Toledo fire officials lightning destroyed a mural of George Floyd. But a city inspector is telling a different story.
Former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin was sentenced Friday to 270 months, or 22 1/2 years, in prison for the murder of George Floyd.
Officials say someone defaced the 6-foot sculpture located at Flatbush Junction with spray paint.
The six-foot-tall statue will stand at Flatbush Junction for several weeks before being moved to Union Square in Manhattan.
A new statue of George Floyd was unveiled at Newark's City Hall.
The Pulitzer Prizes gave a special citation to Darnella Frazier whose video showing former Minneapolis officer Derek Chauvin kneeling on George Floyd’s neck played an integral role during his murder trial and sent shockwaves through social media.
A high school principal in Colorado has announced she is resigning a couple weeks after a photo of three students reenacting the killing of George Floyd in the school parking lot was shared on social media.
City crews began removing the barriers and installing signs to reopen George Floyd Square to traffic. A spokesperson says it's a "community-led" effort.
One year after the looting sparked by national outrage over the murder of George Floyd, some Chicago area businesses are still working to recover.
Two men have filed civil rights lawsuits against the Chicago Police Department, alleging they were repeatedly beaten by officers for no justifiable reason while protesting George Floyd’s death and police violence a year ago.
Tuesday marks one year since George Floyd was killed while being arrested by Minneapolis police. Here's how people in Minneapolis are honoring the man whose death sparked a worldwide movement for racial justice.
One person is in critical condition following a shooting near George Floyd Square Tuesday morning.
In Chicago on Tuesday, people gathered to remember George Floyd, who was murdered by a Minneapolis police officer exactly one year ago.
The family of George Floyd met privately with President Joe Biden and several lawmakers in Washington, D.C. Tuesday amid the push to pass a policing bill in his name.