Gandhi Mahal restaurant in Minneapolis was damaged during protests over George Floyd’s death.
In tweets, the president claimed to clarify earlier remarks calling the George Floyd protesters in Minneapolis “thugs” and appearing to threaten violence against them.
On Twitter, the first lady called for "peace, prayers & healing" and offered condolences to Floyd's family.
“I don’t want to prejudice this from a criminal perspective, but I’m just calling it what I see it," John Harrington said.
The former president said he feels the same anguish that millions of others do over the killing of another unarmed Black man.
A line originally used by an aggressive Miami police chief prompted Twitter to issue another content warning for the president's tweets.
The Amalgamated Transit Union and its Minneapolis members issued statements in solidarity with protests against the police killing of George Floyd.
Donald Trump threatened George Floyd protesters on Twitter, but their lives have always been at risk.
"I just want to live," the young gospel performer sings as demonstrations rage across the country.
The Rock demanded “HUMANITY code" for police officers in a passionate Instagram post lamenting Floyd's treatment by Minneapolis police.
CNN correspondent Omar Jimenez and two members of his crew were seized by state police as the camera kept rolling.
The actor made his directorial debut on the latest episode of the HBO series, entitled “Lowkey Trippin'.”
Demonstrations across the country grew increasingly tense as people expressed their pain over the death of a Black man who was pinned down by a white officer.
Two formerly incarcerated men told HuffPost about the trauma they witnessed and experienced before being released from prison during the pandemic.
"I’m in no mood to tell America, good morning," the rapper/actor/film producer tweeted.
Protests over the police killing of George Floyd have shaken Minneapolis this week.
"People are torn and hurt because they’re tired of seeing Black men die," Philonise Floyd told CNN about the resulting protests in Minneapolis.
"The Daily Show with Trevor Noah" marked the 100,000 nationwide death toll with a withering montage.
The “Star Wars” actor said he would not apologize for that comment, which followed a tweet paying tribute to George Floyd.
The "Black-ish" actor said she feared she'd be "taken down and obliterated" by the public.
George Floyd, a 46-year-old unarmed Black man, died after an officer drove his knee into Floyd's neck for several minutes.
Cooper on CNN decried the death threats directed at the woman, saying that made no sense and defied logic.
“Why is the man who killed George Floyd not in jail?” mayor Jacob Frey asked of the white police officer who kneeled on a Black man’s neck.
The actor was ousted from “America’s Got Talent” after clashing with producers and fellow judges over complaints about racist behavior on set.
He sang his heart out on the talent show after spending nearly 40 years in prison for a crime he didn't commit.