A woman was killed and two others injured when a man drove his SUV into a peaceful crowd of protesters.
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We may find out quickly whether the Chauvin trial will become the model for police killing cases because AG Ellison just accepted the prosecution of former Brooklyn Center Police Officer Kim Potter, who shot and killed Duante Wright.
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Black W players received less than half the coverage of White players, even though they won 80% of the 2020 postseason awards.
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Celebrations across the Twin Cities are on tap throughout the year to commemorate the Sounds of Blackness’ 50th anniversary.
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If you’re looking for a flavorful variety of appetizing Cajun and Creole cuisine, look no further than Cajun Life.
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Money bail favors the wealthy, as well as serving to extract large amounts of non-refundable premiums from poor people.
As the pandemic winds down, there will be a number of things up for debate. More importantly, there are a few critical lessons we have learned and want to share.
Tennis star Naomi Osaka stunned the sports world when she announced that she would withdraw from the French Open after she was fined for not speaking to media to protect her mental health.
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This summer, Project Scientist will keep girls thinking and having fun all summer long, and connect them to other girls who love science, technology, math, and engineering.
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Summer doesn’t officially start until June 20, but you wouldn’t know it by the sweltering July-like heat. Stay mindful of these tips to stay safe.