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Missing element in the George Floyd murder trial

As a former prosecutor and criminal law professor in Minneapolis, I am fielding a lot of calls about the upcoming trial of Derek Chauvin, who is accused of murdering George Floyd in this city. The media wants to know about the charges, the jury selection, the effects of televising the case and what the lawyers might do. No one has asked me about the very thing that makes this case important: The racially disproportionate treatment of Black Americans by the police. The trial will be a cyclone circling around the unmoving mass at its center -- race -- that silently drives the fury around it.

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Why some people want this Abraham Lincoln statue taken down

CNN's John Avlon takes a look at the history of the Emancipation Memorial of former President Abraham Lincoln and why Washington, DC delegate Eleanor Holmes Norton has re-introduced a bill to have it removed from Lincoln Park near the US Capitol.

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Psaki fires back at Trump testing czar over vaccine claims

White House press secretary Jen Psaki fired back at Admiral Brett Giroir, former President Donald Trump's coronavirus testing czar, when asked about giving the former President credit for the rollout of Covid-19 vaccines in the US.

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Opinion: Ronny Jackson and the 'former guy'

The Pentagon inspector general tells us that many who worked with Ronny Jackson -- the former Trump White House physician and now a member of Congress from Texas -- think he was a "tyrant" and a "dictator" prone to "yelling, screaming, cursing, or belittling subordinates."

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Origin of golden Trump statue revealed

The golden statue of former President Donald Trump unveiled at CPAC and celebrated by supporters originally came from China, not Mexico as the artist initially said.

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The true story of a former slave who became Lt. Governor

Support for freed slaves was so strong after the Civil War we saw Black Representatives and even Lieutenant Governors taking office in the 1860s. Their success was short-lived, cut down by racist sentiments that look very much like the ones rocking the country today. This is part of our "History Refocused" series -- stories from America's past you should have heard about, but probably didn't.

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