Rappler's latest stories on George Floyd
According to the transcript, Floyd says, 'Momma, I love you. Tell my kids I love them. I'm dead.' He called for his mother and children several more times.
'In the name of history, whether you're black or white, rich or poor, Democrat or Republican, I ask you today to stand in the name of history,' Democratic senator Derrick T Simmons urges his colleagues before the vote
Elijah McClain, 23, died last August in Aurora, near Denver, 3 days after he was put in a chokehold by police, injected with ketamine to sedate him, and suffered cardiac arrest
President Donald Trump is opposed to the House measure, and says the Democrats were aiming to 'weaken our police' and end officer immunity
Several hundred protestors are pushed back by at least 100 security force personnel after they had thrown ropes around the statue of Andrew Jackson
Police say another man is seriously wounded with 'life-threatening injuries'
Keedron Bryant's viral a cappella gospel song 'I Just Wanna Live' is about his fears growing up as a black man in the US
The Washington Post says, Mary Elizabeth Taylor, assistant secretary of state for legislative affairs, submits her resignation
Research finds that nearly 100 clergymen and 6 governors plus 4 directors of the bank benefitted from slavery
The American Civil Liberties Union warns countries that 'partial or half-baked measures of accountability won't remedy structural racism'
'This is not about trying to create partisan differences. This is about coming together and getting an outcome,' says Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell
'You in the United Nations are your brothers' and sisters' keepers in America, and you have the power to help us get justice for my brother George Floyd,' says Philonise Floyd
'Racism operates under similar rules with the pandemic we face. Its spread and reach are dependent on the ignorance and selfishness of individuals.'
Officials say the suspect is associated with the underground 'boogaloo bois' ideology, which espouses a mix of anti-government extremism and civil and race war.
(UPDATED) The presidential directive provides funding incentives for police departments nationwide to include a ban on choke holds and extra training on guidelines for the use of force
Questions are also raised following a similar death last month of another black man
The mayor describes the police shooting of 27-year-old Rayshard Brooks as a 'murder' and said it 'didn't have to end that way'
It is only the fifth time in the council's 14-year history that it has agreed to hold an 'urgent debate,' which is a special debate agreed upon within a regular session of the council
A Wendy's restaurant where 27-year-old Rayshard Brooks was killed is set on fire, and hundreds of people march to protest the killing
'We're seeing tens of millions, if not hundreds of millions, of Americans wrestling with fundamental questions of what do we do with the unsavory – and, let's be frank, even immoral – aspects of our past.'
Since the death of George Floyd, the reinvigorated Black Lives Matter movement has been rocking the entertainment landscape worldwide – from TV, music, to literature
'It sickened me to no end to see George tortured to death like that,' the folk singer says during a rare interview following mass anti-racism protests in the US
The Asian-American actor and LGBTQ icon urges the youth to stand firm on minority rights, saying the pandemic is renewing 'deep-rooted prejudices' in society
The indictments, filed by federal prosecutors in Brooklyn, accuse Samantha Shader, Colinford Mattis, and Urooj Rahman of throwing explosive devices at police cars in two separate incidents in late May
Trudeau himself takes a knee, a popular protest gesture, at a demonstration outside his office
'You always have a bad apple, no matter where you go,' says Trump, who is making law and order a new keystone of his bid to win a second term
Leloy Claudio talks to Sheila Coronel and Vince Rafael about the relevance of the Black Lives Matter movement to Filipinos
'There's no shame in having biases,' but it's important to recognize and not act on them, says Anne-Marie Hakstian, a professor at Salem State University
'I want someone strong, and someone who is ready to be president on day one,' Biden says
Philonise Floyd appears in person before a House hearing, where he describes the anguish of watching a video of George's death and demands lawmakers address the systemic problems in law enforcement
After posting an insensitive tweet, CrossFit founder Greg Glassman admits creating a rift in the fitness community
Some placards at the rally draw parallels between George Floyd and those who have recently died at the hands of the French police
'You take rubber bullets and tear gas to clear out peaceful protesters and then take a Bible and walk in front of a church and use a church as a prop? Wickedness in high places,' Reverend Al Sharpton says
Politicians, civil rights activists, and celebrities join the family to share memories of the man they call a 'gentle giant'
'Harry H. Rogers, 36, is charged with assault and battery, attempted malicious wounding, and felony vandalism. Additional charges are being investigated,' says Henrico County's Commonwealth Attorney Shannon Taylor
George Floyd's death is just the latest incident in a larger pattern of police use of lethal force
'Today, we are breathless, but we cannot be breathless for too long, for we may not have anything left to fight for and anything left to fight with'
'If we remain blind to the bigotry in our society and only start to take notice when an issue is popular, then our voice lacks authenticity'
They kneel for 8 minutes and 46 seconds to mark the length of time a white police officer pinned his knee on the neck of the 46-year-old Floyd
(UPDATE) The Justice in Policing Act, introduced in both chambers of Congress, will make it easier to prosecute officers for abuse, and rethink how they are recruited and trained
Media outlets publish the contents of a private Facebook group on which French police members repeatedly use racist and sexist terms and mock victims of police brutality
CrossFit CEO Greg Glassman tweets 'It's FLOYD-19' as the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation classifies racism and discrimination as a public health issue
Footage broadcast by local television station Q13Fox shows a man carrying a pistol getting out of a car near the Seattle Police Department's East Precinct as protesters screamed and fled
'It's really hard to live here,' says Senegalese migrant Morikeba Samate, 32, one of the thousands to have arrived in Italy after risking the perilous crossing across the Mediterranean
(UPDATED) 'We committed to dismantling policing as we know it in the city of Minneapolis and to rebuild with our community a new model of public safety that actually keeps our community safe,' Council President Lisa Bender says
Trump went on the attack against Joe Biden, tweeting without evidence that 'not only will Sleepy Joe Biden DEFUND THE POLICE, but he will DEFUND OUR MILITARY!'
Some 800 Times staffers sign a petition in protest of the publication of 'Send in The Military' by Republican US Senator Tom Cotton
Protests took place from New York to Los Angeles with Washington as the epicenter
'The CCP's propaganda efforts – seeking to conflate the United States' actions in the wake of the death of George Floyd with the CCP's denial of basic human rights and freedom – should be seen for the fraud that they are,' says US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo
Officials around the world are trying to balance understanding at people's pent-up anger with warnings about the dangers of coronavirus