Minneapolis police station on fire as protests grow over George Floyd's death
Minneapolis is in the middle of a third night of unrest in the aftermath of George Floyd's death, with protesters apparently taking over the police department's Third Precinct building late Thursday. CBS Minnesota has the latest.
Throwing handcuffs to the ground, police unions in Paris are protesting a new ban on chokeholds and limits on what officers can do during arrests.
The new measures come as part of a government effort to stamp out police brutality and racism in the wake of George Floyd's death in the US. NBC News' Morgan Radford takes an in-depth look at the aftermath from the national unrest over George Floyd's death in police custody. Several Minneapolis Police Department officers have decided to leave their jobs in the aftermath of George Floyd's death. They also cite a lack of support from the department. The former Minneapolis police officers facing murder charges for George Floyd's killing will appear again in court on Monday. See how the protesters react to what's happening in the U.S. since George Floyd's death.