Denis Molla, a Minnesota man who claimed that his home was painted with antifascist graffiti and his camper set on fire in 2020 because he was a Trump supporter, pleaded guilty to wire fraud on Tuesday. In a statement, federal prosecutors fond he staged the incident as a hoax to gain insurance money.

Dave Chappelle was to perform at Minnesota venue First Avenue but the event was shut down due to the comedian's transgender comments.

Minneapolis prosecutors announced Wednesday that there will be no justice for Amir Locke.

Leneal Frazier, a father of five, was killed after police crashed into his vehicle while in pursuit of a suspect in a high-speed chase

Around all corners of social media, especially Twitter, many are remembering Floyd while continuing to champion his name and urge police reform as it relates to its response to Black citizens.

Former officer Kim Potter was charged with second-degree manslaughter and released on $100,000 bond

On Tuesday (Oct 27) PEN America announced they were honoring 17-year-old Darnella Frazier with the 2020 PEN/Beneson Award. 

The fund, set up to aid protestors in Minnesota after the many took to the streets in the wake of the murder of George Floyd, revealed via Twitter that it has managed to only spend a small portion of the millions raised but promises to do more.

Sunken place ambassador Candace Owens is giving us the opinion that no one asked for. According to published reports, on Thursday (May 28) Candace Owens took to YouTube to live stream and discuss the current events going on across the country involving Black America's reaction to there continued police brutality that has plagued the country for decades. During the live, Owens calls out Black America for celebrating NBA superstar LeBron James, who she mistakenly calls a "football player", and shunning notable contributors like Dr. Ben Carson and Condoleeza Rice for their educational status and economic point of view.

“Burn Hollywood burn I smell a riot” Those are the lyrics that opened Public Enemy’s “Burn Hollywood Burn,, the first song that Ice Cube appeared on after he left NWA in 1990. Now as Minneapolis burns with protests following the tragic murder of George Floyd celebrities such as Lebron James, Beyonce, Barack Obama, John Boyega […]

A white man in Minnesota woke up feeling dumb after losing his office space for not minding his business. On Wednesday (May 28), the owners of Top Figure, a Black-owned Minneapolis-based social media and branding agency, were exercising in the gym of their co-opted professional building when they were approached by Tom Austin, the managing partner of F2 Group, who threatened to call the police on the group because he didn't feel "they belonged." The exchange, which was caught on video and posted by Top Figure to Instagram, shows Austin questioning the three men about their office location before pulling out his phone to call the police. in the caption, the men explain in further detail why the questioning was asinine pointing out that the office space requires key cards to enter any space in the building that can only be obtained by being a tenant in the building.

After footage of the woman attempting to block folks from entering the Target in Minnesota surfaced, it was revealed that she could actually walk and isn't as elderly as she appeared.