the sun shines above a mural honoring George Floyd

Prosecutors Says Officer Was On Floyd's Neck For About 9 Minutes

It was originally recorded as eight minutes and 46 seconds -- but a math error corrected that to a minute less.


3:50Mural of George Floyd

Minneapolis Residents Reflect On George Floyd's Death

2:1412-year-old transgender swimmer sits by the pool
AP / Rick Bowmer

State Lawmakers Push To Ban Trans Athletes From Girls' Sports

0:26Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey
Ross D. Franklin / AP

Arizona Gov. Orders Schools To Offer In-Person Learning


Chauvin Defense Team Faces An Uphill Battle In Jury Selection


Vaccinated Americans Could Be Able To Socialize Under New CDC Rules

2:00Jackson resident Kehinde Gaynor

Mississippi Resident Shares Struggles With Water Issues After Storms

0:25Bill Magness, President and CEO of the Electric Reliability Council of Texas testifies.
Eric Gay / AP

ERCOT CEO Fired After Texas Winter Storm Outages

1:13owner Jonathan Jones speaks with customers near an image of George Floyd
Noah Berger / AP

House Passes George Floyd Justice In Policing Act

1:09Heightened security remains around the U.S. Capitol since the Jan. 6 attacks.
J. Scott Applewhite / AP

Law Enforcement Officials Warn Of Possible Plot To Breach Capitol

2:01Maj. Gen. William Walker

Head Of D.C. National Guard Says He Had To Wait Hours To Deploy Jan. 6

0:21Flooding in Beattyville, Kentucky
Alex Slitz / Lexington Herald-Leader / AP

Kentucky Grapples With Record Flooding

0:33Minnesota Department of Transportation
Minnesota Department of Transportation

Minnesota Announces Snowplow Name Winners

2:39In this Feb. 17, 2021, file photo, students walk on the Boston College campus.

Student Debt Is Increasing, But Few Are Paying Full Price For College

0:41Ain al-Asad air base in the western Anbar desert, Iraq.
Nasser Nasser / AP

Rockets Hit Air Base In Iraq Hosting U.S. Troops

2:12A man receives his COVID-19 vaccine

President Promises Enough Vaccine By June As Merck Boosts Production

1:33"And to Think That I Saw It on Mulberry Street" by Dr. Seuss
AP / Steven Senne

6 Dr. Seuss Books Pulled By Publisher Over Racist Imagery

1:51Service member receives vaccine
Deidre Smith / DVIDS

U.S. Military Won't Require COVID Vaccinations For Service Members

1:45Man proposes to his girlfriend.

KMGH: Colorado's New Guidelines Give Hope To The Wedding Industry

0:23Employee scans a box of the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine at a shipping facility.
Timothy D. Easley / AP

Johnson & Johnson Teams With Rival To Boost Vaccine Production

0:25Puerto Rican flag
Patrick Semansky / AP

Supreme Court To Hear Puerto Rico Social Security Case

0:20Car underwater
Ryan C. Hemens / Lexington Herald-Leader / AP

Parts Of Kentucky Face Flooding After Heavy Rainfall

2:17A picture of a female green soldier.
BMC Toys

WCPO: Veteran Helps To Make Toys More Representative

0:21A copy of the book "And to Think That I Saw It on Mulberry Street," by Dr. Seuss.
Steven Senne / AP

Dr. Seuss Enterprises Stops Publishing Of 6 Books Over Racist Imagery

0:34Mississippi Army National Guard distribute water.
Rogelio V. Solis / AP

Mississippi City Still Without Clean Water 2 Weeks After Storm

2:09Metal shavings found in food.

WXYZ: Whistleblower Reveals Poor Food Quality For National Guard

0:26Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny
Alexander Zemlianichenko / AP

White House Announces Russia Sanctions Over Navalny Poisoning

0:35FBI Director Christopher Wray
Sarah Silbiger / Pool Getty Images North America / AP

FBI Director To Testify About Capitol Riot

1:26People go to the beach.

WFTS: Florida Business Owners Prepare For A Spring Break Rush

0:47Former President Donald Trump speaks at CPAC
John Raoux / AP

Trump Back On Stage For First Time Since Leaving Office

1:56New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo
AP / Seth Wenig

New York Gov. Cuomo Addresses Sexual Harassment Allegations