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Minneapolis to pay $8.9M over Chauvin’s actions before Floyd

The city of Minneapolis agreed Thursday to pay nearly $9 million to settle lawsuits filed by two people who said former police officer...

Chauvin, who killed George Floyd, pleads guilty in tax case

MINNE(DailyNews)OLIS ((DailyNews)) — The former Minneapolis police officer convicted in the 2020 killing of George Floyd pleaded guilty Friday to two tax evasion counts,...

23 charged with terrorism in Atlanta ‘Cop City’ protest

ATLANTA ((DailyNews)) — More than 20 people from around the country faced domestic terrorism charges Monday after dozens in black masks attacked the site...

Biden willing to sign effort to block new DC crime laws

WASHINGTON ((DailyNews)) — President Joe Biden said Thursday he is willing to sign a Republican-sponsored resolution blocking new District of Columbia laws that would...

Japanese Americans won redress, fight for Black reparations

SAN FRANCISCO ((DailyNews)) — When Miya Iwataki and other Japanese Americans fought in the 1980s for the U.S. government to apologize to the families...

EXPLAINER: US power grid has long faced terror threat

WASHINGTON ((DailyNews)) — Investigators believe a shooting that damaged power substations in North Carolina was a crime. What they haven’t named yet is a...

Supreme Court taking up clash of religion and gay rights

WASHINGTON ((DailyNews)) — The Supreme Court is hearing the case Monday of a Christian graphic artist who objects to designing wedding websites for gay...

Warnock, Walker: Starkly different choices for Black voters

ATLANTA ((DailyNews)) — Raphael Warnock is the first Black U.S. senator from Georgia, having broken the color barrier for one of the original 13...

In Georgia, how sports explain a political battleground

SMYRNA, Ga. ((DailyNews)) — The reception area of a metro Atlanta office suite is a veritable museum of Herschel Walker’s football success for the...

Antisemitic celebrities stoke fears of normalizing hate

A surge of anti-Jewish vitriol, spread by a world-famous rapper, an NBA star and other prominent people, is stoking fears that public figures are...

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