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George Floyd, who died May 25 in the custody of white Minneapolis police officers, was born in North Carolina 46 years ago.
Drew Brees offered a rebuttal to President Trump, saying he stands by his apology and stressed need to shift protest rhetoric away from flag.
Some believe masks protect the wearer against both contagion and positive identification. But new technology may overrule that secondary protection.
Amanda Kloots has shared that Nick Cordero has undergone stem cell treatment, which she hopes will help heal his lungs.
In early April, Biden became the presumptive nominee after Sen. Bernie Sanders suspended his presidential campaign.
Abby Lee Miller won't be starring in a new dance show on Lifetime; it's been cancelled after a former "Dance Moms" contestant accused her of racism.
The airline said destinations will include both business and leisure favorites as rebound from the coronavirus continues.
Amid the coronavirus pandemic, Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine has set a reopening date for amusement parks, water parks and casinos.
Two Chicago officers have been relieved of their police powers after viral cellphone video showed officers dragging two people out of a car.
The spill of diesel has caused rivers to run red
In the aftermath of George Floyd's killing in police custody, episodes of 'Cops' and 'Live PD' have been pulled from the TV schedule.
The demonstrations have their own language, written on signs or walls
Even as a thunderstorm threatened the region, a big crowd gathered near the White House to demand an end to police violence against African Americans.
A day after players challenged the NFL to join their fight against racism and systematic oppression, Roger Goodell said he wants to do his part.
In the wake of nationwide protests against police brutality, businesses like LEGO, Sephora, H&M, and more are donating to organizations like Black Lives Matter.
A massive 2,000 foot wide swath of land shifts and crumbles as homes are shoved into arctic waters off the coast of Norway.
An official said a man that Buffalo, New York, police shoved to the ground is "alert and oriented" Friday morning. Two officers have been suspended.
Vice President Mike Pence was told at a "listening session" on George Floyd's death that the "right tone" is needed.
A timeline of confrontation, contention and confusion surrounding Trump's photo op at Washington church