Knocking Down Statues Is About Way More Than The American Confederacy
Protesters are tearing down statues around the world. It's a global reckoning with the White supremacist past that built the world we know.
From Minnesota to Alabama and along the East Coast, protesters are tearing down or vandalizing statues of Confederate figures. But they're doing the same to other historical figures with racist pasts. The movement is about a lot more than slavery in America. And its momentum is spilling over to cities around the world.
George Floyd Protesters Awarded $14M By Denver Jury
The jury found that police used excessive force against protesters and ordered the city to pay the 12 people who sued.
Protests In Minneapolis Over Fatal Police Shooting Of Amir Locke
Demonstrators are calling for the interim police chief to resign after the killing of 22-year-old Locke while police were serving a no-knock warrant.
Minneapolis Police Officers Heard Talking About 'Hunting' Protesters
In a newly released body camera video, Minneapolis police officers are heard talking about "hunting" protesters days after the murder of George Floyd.
Utah law aims to curb teen use of TikTok, Instagram
Utah's governor has signed sweeping legislation aimed at trying to significantly lower use of TikTok and Instagram among young people.
Murdaugh family items offered to highest bidder
Household items once belonging to Alex and Maggie Murdaugh have been put up for auction after the once-prominent attorney was sentenced to prison.
Trump arrested? Putin jailed? Fake AI images spread online
Experts warn that AI-generated images can and will contribute to misinformation, especially online.