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The 18-year-old Barnard College student was stabbed to death in a New York City park last December.
Complaints of police misconduct in Minneapolis have increased by more than 700% in a decade.
Protests are continuing nationwide more than a week after Floyd's death in Minneapolis.
Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison announced Wednesday that former police officer Derek Chauvin is now charged with second-degree murder in George Floyd's death, and three other officers are charged with aiding and abetting second-degree murder. Watch Ellison's remarks here.
Esper's comments contradicted President Trump, who threatened to deploy the military to quell protests on Monday.
Most demonstrations Tuesday stood in stark contrast to the violence-marred protests of previous nights.
The county medical examiner and independent forensic pathologists commissioned by Floyd's family both released autopsy reports.
New York City's curfew started at 8 p.m. Tuesday
Mr. Obama is participating in a virtual town hall hosted by the Obama Foundation's My Brother's Keeper Alliance.
Derek Chauvin, the former police officer who pressed his knee on George Floyd's neck, will now face an additional charge of second-degree murder.
The MTA has unveiled new technology that could slow the spread of coronavirus on public transportation in the city. The new devices reportedly use ultraviolet light to kill COVID-19. Director of the Center for Radiological Research at Columbia University, Dr. David Brenner, joins CBSN to explain how it works.
The former president said the nation needs "a government as good as its people."
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo noted Wednesday that New York is in its 95th day of the coronavirus pandemic and 10th day of protests after George Floyd's death in police custody in Minneapolis. Cuomo urged residents to take precautions while protesting amid the outbreak. Watch his comments here.
King, who was first elected to Congress in 2002, has drawn national scrutiny for years for his controversial remarks on issues such as white supremacy, immigration, abortion and more.
Employees and civil-rights leaders are denouncing the Facebook CEO's decision to leave Trump's posts alone.
Accountable.US told the agency that Moderna executives "exploited coronavirus fears" to boost their own stock wealth.
Asteroid 2002 NN4 is estimated to be 820-1,870 feet in diameter and is expected to fly by Earth this weekend.
"These problems did not start in the 2000s. They have been around and forever," former president of the Los Angeles Police Commission told CBS News' Jeff Pegues.
"We will not amplify voices who incite racial violence and injustice," the company said.
The disturbing number of cases of black people killed by police raises questions about hiring practices in police departments across the country. Jennifer Cobbina, an associate professor of criminal justice at Michigan State University, joined CBSN to discuss whether recruiting more officers of color could be key to reducing police violence in black communities.
Jakes urged people to be "vigilant" amid the health, economic and sociological crises.
60 Minutes Sports reports on what is thought to be the most prestigious summer baseball league in the world. See the full segment on the league that has nurtured MLB stars such as Nomar Garciaparra and Mark Teixeira Wednesday, May 6th at 10 p.m. ET on SHOWTIME.
Largest U.S. theater chain said it could see all its 1,000 locations go dark for good as its sources of cash dry up.
Public Advocate Jumaane Williams, who has been walking alongside demonstrators in the city, said the response to protests has created more tension.
The storm could bring heavy rain to Louisiana and its neighbors this weekend.
Bad actors have taken advantage of protests over the death of George Floyd, sometimes provoking violence or spreading conspiracy theories and misinformation on social media. CNET senior producer Dan Patterson joins CBSN with more.
A nightly curfew starting at 8 p.m. will be in effect the rest of the week.
The former deputy attorney general is testifying in a contentious hearing before Congress about the origins of the government's investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential election.
Protests from Spain to New Zealand look and sound a lot like those in the U.S., but it's not just solidarity, it's parallel anger.
The social media company says the accounts were used by white supremacists to encourage violence.
Here are just some of the coronavirus pandemic's many victims: who they were, and the lives they touched.
Secretary of Defense Mark Esper says he does not support the idea of sending the military into states to control protests, as President Trump has suggested. CBS News White House correspondent Weijia Jiang spoke to CBSN's Tanya Rivero about the implications of that disagreement.
New York City public libraries have been closed since mid-March but as states being to reopen, librarians are considering a grab-and-go service for readers. Reuven Blau, senior reporter for the digital news platform The City, joins CBSN to discuss the future of libraries in a post-pandemic world.
Jamaal Bowman, a progressive Democratic candidate for New York's 16th Congressional District, joined CBSN to discuss New York City's response to the protests, as well as his primary race against House Foreign Affairs Committee Chairman Eliot Engel.
Though explaining today's protests can seem complex, Dr. Tatum said it was important not to start with the what, but the why.
Amnesty International is concerned about officers responding with tear gas, rubber bullets and other forceful tactics during demonstrations across the country. Ernest Coverson, Amnesty International's End Gun Violence campaign manager, joins CBSN to discuss the responsibility of law enforcement during protests and how protesters can stay safe.
As protests continue nationwide, experts say it's essential for parents to talk to their kids about race and police brutality, even if it's uncomfortable. Psychologist and author of "Why Are All The Black Kids Sitting Together in the Cafeteria? And Other Conversations About Race," Beverly Daniel Tatum, joined CBSN to discuss how parents can navigate these conversations.
The city of Philadelphia has taken down a statue of former mayor and police chief Frank Rizzo, who was considered a symbol of racist oppression by many residents but a conservative icon to others. CBSN's Anne-Marie Green and Vladimir Duthiers have details.
"Let the revolution be televised. March beside us and show us that you're here for us. Make history with us," she said.
Biden picked up wins Tuesday in Indiana, Maryland, Montana, New Mexico, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island and South Dakota, CBS New projects.
The death of George Floyd during an arrest in Minnesota sparked widespread outrage and days of protests.
Protests from New Zealand to Paris over George Floyd's death are not simply being held in solidarity with U.S. demonstrators. As CBS News' Charlie D'Agata reports, the case has reignited rage against racial injustices in communities across the globe.
Joe Biden swept all eight of Tuesday's presidential primary races, as he's now about 50 delegates away from officially clinching the Democratic nomination. CBSN political reporter Caitlin Huey-Burns joined CBSN with the latest on the 2020 race to the White House.
Frank Rizzo statue stood since 1999 but was frequently vandalized, including in recent days during protests over George Floyd's death.
"Face the Nation" Moderator Margaret Brennan sat down with Ambassador Karen Pierce, the United Kingdom's representative to the U.S., for a look at how she's communicating the litany of issues back home to London
With a digital tracing system in place to try and catch outbreaks early, restaurants can welcome diners again and schools are ramping back up.
Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer attempted to pass the resolution by unanimous consent.
Officer Thomas McClay was fired for violating the department's social media policy.
Public health officials are concerned that many demonstrators' failure to heed precautions and other factors will fuel new transmissions.
Ellen Snortland about her book Beauty Bites Beast http://www.snortla nd.com/EllensBio.html
Interview with Ellen Snortland-a writer/ producer/ director/ humorist/ actor, dormant lawyer, women's and children's self-defense advocate, feminist-homemaker, Snortland has the unique ability to speak and write with authority on subjects ranging from knitting and cooking, to S.W.A.T. team methods of close-quarter hand-to-hand combat to the opportunities and obstacles of the professional American woman. http://www.snortland.com/EllensBio.html
Donna Visocky of BelaSparks Productions about Spirit Fest 2010 http://www.bellaspark.com
Interview with Donna Visocky, founder of BellaSpark Productions. The members of BellaSpark Productions have over 20 years experience in non-profit work, business management and event planning and are committed to offering the very best in motivational workshops, seminars and events. According to Donna, “I have trained my entire life for this role. The events BellaSpark Productions bring to life will be the best thing I have ever done.” http://www.bellaspark.com
Hanna R Goodman discovering your writer's voice http://www.hannahrgoodman. com/
Interview with Hannah R. Goodman, M.Ed, she is the author of YA novel, My Sister’s Wedding, which won the first place award for The Writer’s Digest International Self-Publishing Contest, 2004, children’s book division. She published the follow-up, My Summer Vacation, in May, 2006, which went on to win a bronze IPPY in 2007. A former high school English teacher, she now owns her own consulting company and teaches her home-grown writing course Releasing The Writer Within . Through her company, The Write Touch, she works as a tutor and teacher for student of all ages and as a freelance editor/writer for: fiction and nonfiction manuscripts, web site content, and marketing materials for all types of businesses. She also works as a career and college coach, helping people with their resumes and college application essays. Additionally, she is a writing coach and consultant to authors and would-be authors. In between running her own business, she has written four other novels about Maddie and, she hopes to publish them shortly. http://www.hannahrgoodman.com/
Betsy Wiersma founder of Camp Experience for woman www.campexperience.com
Guest Host Kari Blair interviews Betsy Wiersma the creator of CampExperience™, 2008 will be the third annual event. Betsy is an author, speaker and special event marketer who specializes in WOW! She is a social entrepreneur who invented Camp to bring together amazing women and support homeless women and children. Read all about Betsy at www.BetsyWiersma.com or www.campexperience.com
Michael Moore-tips and tricks about your makeup routine http://www.simply-moore.co m/