The marches started in Minneapolis, the city in which Floyd died, and spread to Los Angeles, New York City, Seattle and globally to Canada, England and more.
Actress, producer and mother of two Kristen Bell releases her new kids’ book, The World needs More Purple People. Bell co-wrote the book with friend and parent Benjamin Hart. They had one goal in mind — inclusivity. “We wanted to give kids a roadmap and social identity that looks towards sameness,” she tells Yahoo Entertainment. The actress decided to make her debut book a children's book, so that adults and kids can read it together. “It was a way to hit both demographics and just create a reminder for everyone of what good people are, and how easy it is to become one,” she explains.
Mayor Muriel Bowser says she heard the 'ominous warning' about scaling up a federal security presence in Washington, D.C., to deal with the protests. 'It doesn't make us safer,' she says.
Police Chief Steve Mylett shared a message that resonated with the community in Washington, and Fire Captain Roger Rayes embraced Renita Holmes in Miami in a show of support and love.
The six police officers have until Friday to turn themselves in after they were seen shooting a stun gun at two college students who were caught in traffic and eating food in their car.
U.S. President Donald Trump told state governors Monday that he will "quickly solve the problem" of protests if they don't. He's threatening to invoke the 1807 Insurrection Act to deploy the military without the governors' permission.
The former vice president criticized President Trump’s “narcissism” and “division” and called on leaders to confront systemic racism.
Thousands of marchers, including two local rappers, former teachers and family members, marched from the city’s Third Ward to honor George Floyd, a day after his brother Terrance called for peace.
Families held up homemade signs in protest as Trump drove through Washington, D.C., while church leaders criticized his show of force with tear gas in front of a place of worship.
Police arrested hundreds for looting amid protests in major cities as some law enforcement officers were shot during violent clashes in St. Louis.
Nurses and health care workers near New York City's Union Square took to their knees on Tuesday to honor protesters who marched by to call for an end to police brutality.
Toronto cyclist Matthew Cuesta says he wants to spark an "uncomfortable" conversation about racism in Canada. He is riding 46 kilometres every day for 46 days for George Floyd, who died at age 46.
In a speech highly critical of U.S. President Donald Trump and his response to the death of George Floyd, former vice-president Joe Biden acknowledged that racism has long torn the U.S. apart.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau addresses the House of Commons about anti-Black racism and his past use of blackface in response to protests over the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis.
“Queer Money Podcast” hosts David Auten and John Schneider created the method to pay off $51,000 in credit card debt.
The federal government has unveiled different programs and emergency funding to support Canadians during this pandemic, but all the rules and processes can be confusing. To directly answer some of your personal questions, Minister of Small Business Mary Ng and Minister of Employment and Workforce Development and Disability Inclusion Carla Qualtrough join HuffPost Canada’s Ottawa bureau chief Althia Raj in this live Q&A.
Dr. Isaac Bogoch says Ontario's miscommunication over 700 coronavirus tests is a serious problem as the province struggles to reduce its daily caseload.
Most of Alberta is entering Stage 1 of reopening, but Calgary and Brooks will have to wait until May 25. Calgary restaurant owner Aja Lapointe says she wouldn't open her business yet, even if she could.
Autopsies performed by the Minnesota state coroner and one hired by the family of George Floyd have both ruled Floyd's death a homicide, although they differ on the specific cause of death.