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MINNEAPOLIS — Derek Chauvin, the former Minneapolis police officer convicted of murder in the death of George Floyd, will learn his punishment Friday. Hennepin County District Judge Peter Cahill will sentence Chauvin in the afternoon. The presumptive sentence for a person like Chauvin, who had no criminal history, is 12½ years for second-degree murder. Under Minnesota statutes, he can be sentenced only on the most serious charge: unintentional second-degree murder, which has a maximum sentence of 40 years. In arguing for a 30-year sentence, prosecutors said there were five aggravating factors in Floyd's death.
Persons: Derek Chauvin, George Floyd, Peter Cahill, Chauvin, Cahill, Floyd, Philip Stinson, , — J, Alexander Kueng, Thomas Lane, Tou Thao —, Thao Organizations: MINNEAPOLIS, Prosecutors, Facebook, Bowling Green State University Locations: Minneapolis, Hennepin County, America, Minnesota, Ohio
A desperate search for survivors of the Florida condo collapse entered a second day Friday as the number of those dead and unaccounted for continued to rise. There were 120 people accounted for from the building and 159 people unaccounted for, Miami-Dade County Mayor Daniella Levine Cava said Friday. Relatives of the first lady of Paraguay were among the dozens unaccounted for in the collapse. "It is really, really dramatic to see the collapse of a major structure like that." Video from the scene showed a large section of the multistory building collapse into a pile of rubble.
Persons: Raide Jadallah, Daniella Levine Cava, Levine Cava, Joe Raedle, Euclides Acevedo, Sophia López Moreira, Silvana López Moreira, Luis Pettengill —, Mario Abdo, Lady Luna Villalba, Acevedo, Ron DeSantis, Eliana Salzhauer, Salzhauer, Joe Biden, Biden Organizations: Dade, Rescue, Dade Fire Rescue, Getty, Authorities, Florida Gov, Hospital, Medical Center, Collins, FEMA, Records Locations: Florida, Miami, Surfside, Florida's Miami, Dade County, Champlain, Fla, Miami Beach, Paraguay, Champlain Towers
MOSCOW — Russia accused Britain and the United States on Friday of trying to incite conflict in the Black Sea and said it would defend its borders using all possible means, including military force. Russia claims the U.K.'s HMS Defender violated its border near Cape Fiolent in Crimea on Wednesday. "Washington and London are denying reality... they are trying to provoke conflict," he said. It confirmed a British destroyer, HMS Defender, had sailed through what it described as waters belonging to Ukraine. The British embassy in Tbilisi, the Georgian capital, wrote on Twitter on Friday that HMS Defender was set to arrive in the port city of Batumi on the eastern coast of the Black Sea.
Persons: Britain, Sergei Ryabkov, Ryabkov Organizations: British, Russian Federal Security Service, TASS Russia, NBC, HMS, Twitter, Russia's Defence Ministry Locations: MOSCOW, Russia, United States, Moscow, Britain, Crimea, Russian, Washington, London, Cape Fiolent, Ukraine, British, Tbilisi, Batumi, Syria's
Drone footage shows the devastating aftermath of the partially collapsed Miami Beach condo building that seemingly flattened out of nowhere early Thursday. Drone video shows an aerial view of Champlain Towers South, a once L-shaped building, which lost its entire northeast-facing corridor — nearly half the building — in seconds around 1:30 a.m. Thursday, when many were asleep. The video shows a compact pile of rubble where the 12 floors used to be and the remains of dozens of condo units exposed to the open air. "We are working around the clock to search and rescue people in this rubble," Miami-Dade County Mayor Daniella Levine Cava said Thursday. "It is really, really dramatic to see the collapse of a major structure like that."
Persons: Daniella Levine Cava, Charles Burkett, We've, Ron DeSantis Organizations: Dade, Surfside, Florida Gov Locations: Miami Beach, Surfside, Florida's Miami, Dade County, Champlain Towers, Miami, Florida
U.K. Health Minister Matt Hancock apologizes over photo of him kissing his top aide
  + stars: | 2021-06-25 | by ( ) sentiment -1.00   time to read: +2 min
LONDON — Britain's Health Minister Matt Hancock apologized on Friday and accepted he had breached social-distancing guidance after a tabloid newspaper published a picture of him kissing and embracing his top aide in his office. I have let people down and am very sorry," Hancock, who is married, said in a statement. The Sun said the picture of Hancock and the aide was taken last month. The Rupert Murdoch-owned tabloid said Hancock met the aide at Oxford University in the early 2000s. Asked about the appropriateness of appointing friends to positions in government, Transport Minister Grant Shapps told U.K. broadcaster Sky News that "very strict rules" were in place.
Persons: Matt Hancock, Hancock, Rupert Murdoch, Grant Shapps, Shapps Organizations: Britain's, Sun, Reuters, Oxford University, NBC, Labour Party, Ministers, Labour, Transport, Sky
Any company and any store is going to accept bitcoin or some type of digital currency.”Roberts’ camp may be the only one of its kind in the U.S., though it’s beginning to inspire others, especially among Black bitcoin investors. Isaiah Jackson, author of the book “Bitcoin & Black America” and a bitcoin podcaster, said he plans to start taking sign-ups next week for an online-only cryptocurrency camp in July. “They’ve seen digital money. Of the five students in her first camp, four had parents who own digital currency, she said. But already, she added, “A couple of them had a little crypto that their parents had bought for them.”At the Los Angeles camp, children displayed how much they already knew.
Persons: Whitt, Roberts, , , ” Roberts, Black, Isaiah Jackson, don’t, “ Bitcoin’s, Jackson, they’ve, Najah J, Crypto, Maggie Shannon, Shiba, Ciris Hendricks Organizations: Santa Monica College, America, NBC News, , Los Locations: U.S, San Francisco, San Pedro, Florida, Los Angeles, Covid,
TEL AVIV — Scientists say they have discovered a new kind of early human after studying pieces of fossilized bone dug up at a site used by a cement plant in central Israel. "It enables us to make new sense of previously found human fossils, add another piece to the puzzle of human evolution, and understand the migrations of humans in the old world." The study said the Nesher Ramla resembled pre-Neanderthal groups in Europe. What they did match, May said, were a small number of enigmatic human fossils found elsewhere in Israel, dating back even earlier, that anthropologists had never been able to place. The Nesher Ramla fossils “look like something on a lineage heading toward Neanderthal," said Eric Delson, a paleoanthropologist at Lehman College in New York who was not involved in the study.
Persons: , AMMAR AWAD, Israel, Yossi Zaidner, Dan David Center, May, Rachel Sarig, Sheela Athreya, M University paleoanthropologist, Eric Delson Organizations: TEL AVIV — Scientists, Tel Aviv University, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, NBC, Hebrew University, Dan, Shmunis Institute of Tel Aviv University . Experts, M University, Lehman College Locations: TEL AVIV, Israel, Ramla, Tel Aviv, Europe, Africa, Asia, Texas, North Africa, New York
WASHINGTON — Vice President Kamala Harris, after weeks of pressure from her political opponents, will visit the U.S.-Mexico border Friday, as part of her role addressing the root causes of migration. "[Harris' trip to the border] is really about building on the work that she has been doing. Republicans criticized Harris' decision to visit El Paso rather than other parts of the state like, the Rio Grande Valley, which see significantly more border crossings. Although partisan politics are likely to hang over Harris' trip Friday, she will also be forced to confront major policy issues. Rohini Kosoglu, domestic policy adviser to the vice president and one of Harris' longest serving aides, said that Harris "has spent her career fighting for immigrants."
Persons: WASHINGTON, Kamala Harris, Harris, Alejandro Mayorkas, Sen, Dick Durbin, Veronica Escobar, Sanders, Joe Biden, , Donald Trump, Greg Abbott, Jen Psaki, Abbott, El Paso, Trump, Biden, Tyler Moran, Rohini Kosoglu Organizations: El, El Paso Central Processing Center, Customs, Protection, Department of Homeland, Republicans, NBC, Texas Gov, House Republican, White, Republican, Biden, Domestic Locations: U.S, Mexico, El Paso, Illinois, Texas, Central America, Guatemala, Europe, Rio Grande, El, California, United States, Covid
"The Taliban has nearly doubled the number of districts it controls, has captured key areas and military bases, and demoralized segments of the Afghan security forces and the government," Roggio said. We don't want to capture any province or provincial headquarters anywhere in Afghanistan by September 2021 when the U.S. forces leave our country," the Taliban commander said. "We neither imprison them nor punish the Afghan security forces who surrender peacefully. Somal Nazari left his village in Faryab province Sunday along with his young family as Taliban forces approached the city of Maymana. Afghan government forces have struggled to clear out the Taliban from districts they had captured, suffering serious casualties.
Persons: Roggio, Ashraf Ghani, Abdullah Abdullah, Biden, Washington, Zabihullah Mujahid, Marcus Yam, Somal Nazari, Nazari, , Dawlat Abad, Ghani, Deborah Lyons Organizations: High Council, National Reconciliation, White, NBC News, U.S, Doha, NATO, Taliban, UH, Blackhawk, Los Angeles Times, Getty, AK, NBC, Afghan, Soviet, . Security Locations: Tajikistan, Kabul, Kunduz province, United States, Afghanistan, United, U.S, Doha, Mazar, Kandahar, Faryab, Maymana, Sharif, Balkh, Faryab province, Dawlat, Afghan, Wardak, — Wardak, Logar
Patients with lingering Covid-19 symptoms should wait even longer, the study suggested. Some experts said seven weeks is too arbitrary a threshold for scheduling surgery for patients who have had Covid-19. The operation to be performed, patients’ medical conditions and the risk of delaying surgery should all be factored in. Oregon Health and Sciences University clinicians developed a protocol a year ago for clearing any patient who had Covid-19 for elective surgery. If the assessment raises no red flags, patients can be cleared for surgery once they have waited the minimum seven weeks since their Covid-19 diagnosis.
Persons: Brian Colvin, Colvin, he’ll, ” Colvin, I’ve, , Don Goldmann, , Kenneth Sharp, Beverly Philip, Avital, “ I’ve, O’Glasser, don’t, We’re, Jeffrey Drebin, hasn’t, it’s, It’s Organizations: Harvard Medical School, Institute for Healthcare, Regents, American College of Surgeons, Department, Surgery, Vanderbilt University Medical, American Society of Anesthesiologists, Safety Foundation, Oregon Health, Sciences University, NBC, McKinsey, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, Twitter, Facebook Locations: Portland, New York, Crest Hill , Illinois, Chicago
Florida condo collapse: Family, friends of the missing cling to hope
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SURFSIDE, FLA. — As crews worked through the night searching for nearly 100 people unaccounted for after the collapse of a 12-story condo building in Florida, their loved ones clung to hope. The doctor, singer and their daughter, who Fernadez called exceptional people, were in Florida to escape the Covid-19 pandemic in Argentina. Rubble hangs from a partially collapsed building in Surfside north of Miami Beach, on June 24, 2021. Moreno got a call from another friend around 6 a.m. Thursday, asking if he had heard about the collapse. Moreno realized it was his friend's building, but it wasn't until he called his friend's sister that he learned he was missing.
Persons: , Nicholas Fernandez, Fernadez, Eva Marie Uzcategui, it's, Alan Cominsky, Daniella Levine Cava, Rolando Moreno, Moreno, Silvana López Moreira, Euclides Acevedo, Jenny Urgelles, Ron DeSantis, Joe Biden, Pablo Rodriguez, Rodriguez, creaking, weren't Organizations: Miami Beach, Getty, Dade Fire, Dade, NBC Miami Locations: FLA, Florida, Argentina, Surfside, Miami, AFP, Dade County, Paraguay, United States, South Florida, recertification
Britney Spears addressed her decision to break her silence in court regarding her conservatorship, explaining to fans on social media Thursday that she pretended to be happy because of her pride. "I’ve lied and told the whole world I'm OK, I'm happy. OK, I’m not happy. Chris Pizzello / APThe testimony provided the first public comments about the conservatorship Spears has made amid scrutiny heightened in the wake of documentaries released this year. Spears also alleged that her father continually forced her to perform, took pleasure in having control and forced her into a $60,000-a-month treatment facility.
Persons: Britney Spears, Spears, Albert Einstein, ” Spears, she’s, , , Instagram, Brenda Penny, conservatorship, I’ve, I’m, Chris Pizzello, Penny, , James “ Jamie ” Spears Organizations: Las, Stanley Locations: Los Angeles, Las Vegas
Peter Thiel, the luminary venture capitalist billionaire, has used a common personal retirement account as his own “$5 Billion Tax-Free Piggy Bank,” according to a new report from the nonprofit news organization ProPublica. ProPublica said the documents showed that Thiel started a Roth IRA 22 years ago with assets that at the time were worth less than $2,000. According to ProPublica, Thiel began the Roth IRA with his shares of his startup, PayPal, which he originally co-founded in 1998 under the name Confinity. In 2004, when Thiel spent $500,000 and received in return a substantive stake in a nascent Facebook, that too went into Thiel’s Roth IRA account. Tax experts said Thiel was clearly taking advantage of the Roth tax allowances.
Persons: Peter Thiel, ProPublica, Roth IRAs, Roth, Thiel, ” Thiel’s, Jeremiah Hall, Sen, Ron Wyden, Thiel’s, , , Tom Anderson, Anderson, ’ ” Anderson, Thiel’s Roth, Steve Wamhoff, Bernie Sanders, it’s, ” Wamhoff Organizations: Free Piggy Bank, NBC News, Revenue, NBC, PayPal, Senate Finance Committee, PENSCO Trust Company, eBay, Facebook, Roth IRA, Taxation, Economic, “ Lawmakers, ProPublica, Office Locations: California
Republicans are itching to conduct investigations of Hunter Biden if they win the majority in 2022. GOP inquiries would force the White House to play whack-a-mole with Hunter Biden accusations. Republicans are gearing up for a hot pursuit of Hunter Biden should they win a majority in Congress in the 2022 midterms. Republicans say they want to know more about Hunter Biden's ties to China and the Ukraine gas company Burisma. Johnson has this year sent at least four letters to federal law enforcement and intelligence agencies demanding answers on different Hunter Biden allegations, including on possible ties to "foreign nationals connected to the communist Chinese government"; unethical links to a Biden administration DOJ appointee; and an incident allegedly involving Hunter Biden and a firearm.
Persons: Hunter Biden, Hunter, Joe Biden, James Comer, Comer, Hunter Biden's, Sen, Ron Johnson of, Biden, Johnson, he'd, Jim Jordan, Alex Wong, Obama, Hillary, didn't, Donald Trump, Trump's, Volodymyr Zelensky, Joe Biden's, bupkis, Eric Schultz, Tom Carper, he's, Carper, haven't, Trump, Jordan, Ron Johnson, Graeme Jennings, Burisma, hasn't, Ted Cruz, Axios, Jody Hice, Christopher Wray —, Rudy Giuliani Organizations: GOP, Republican, Republicans, Senate Homeland Security, Governmental, Committee, Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, Explosives, Senate, Democratic, Fox News, The Daily Mail, The New York Post, Jim Jordan an Ohio Republican, Hunter, White, House, Ohio Republican, New York Times, Wisconsin Republican, Government, CNN, Yahoo, New York Post, Justice Department, NBC News, FBI, Tech, New Locations: Benghazi, Kentucky, China, Ukraine, Ron Johnson of Wisconsin, Jim Jordan an Ohio, Delaware, Ohio, House, Russia, Wisconsin, Texas, Georgia, New York
Live Updates: Harris Will Visit the U.S. Border with Mexico
  + stars: | 2021-06-25 | by ( Katie Rogers | ) + 0.00   time to read: +9 min
Live Live Updates: Harris Will Visit the U.S. Border with Mexico Vice President Kamala Harris will visit a migrant processing center in El Paso during her first visit to the U.S.-Mexico border since taking office. Vice President Kamala Harris departed Joint Base Andrews for a trip to El Paso on Friday. Along with Ms. Escobar, Ms. Harris is traveling with Senator Dick Durbin, the chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee who has been involved in past attempts at bipartisan immigration reform. Ms. Harris is also traveling with Alejandro N. Mayorkas, the secretary of homeland security. Greg Abbott of Texas days after Ms. Harris visits.
Persons: Will, Kamala Harris, Biden, Harris, Base Andrews, Jacquelyn Martin, Veronica Escobar, , We’ve, , Ms, Escobar, Dick Durbin, Alejandro N, Sanders, Lester Holt, Donald J, Trump, Greg Abbott, Trump’s, Mr, Abbott, Rohini Kosoglu, Rachel, Nev, Roger Kisby, Marco Rubio, Chris Impey, Impey, Mick West, West, ’ that’s Organizations: Mexico, Base, ., Associated Press, Customs, Protection, U.S, Democrat, El, Committee, U.S . Customs, El Paso Processing Center, NBC, Gov, Walmart, House Republicans, Mr, ” Intelligence, The New York Times, Navy, Republican, Senate Intelligence Committee, Congress, Pentagon, University of Arizona Locations: U.S, El Paso, Mexico, Mexico City, Guatemala, Europe, Texas, United States, United States of America, Area, Russia, China, Marco Rubio of Florida, U.F.O
Many of the places cruise ships go rely heavily on tourism to survive, and they haven't had much business in more than a year. Some money-saving dealsEven though there's reduced capacity and high demand, cruise lines are enticing people with sales and promotions. Cleaner shipsCDC guidelines require enhanced cleaning procedures, but some cruise lines are going even further. Faust points out that this is a way for cruise lines to discreetly do contact tracing, should something go wrong. In April, the state had sued the CDC, demanding that it allow cruise lines to immediately resume sailing from U.S. ports.
Persons: Gene Sloan, Guy, Sloan, Michael Bayley, There's, Chris Gray Faust, Lisa McGregor, McGregor, you'll, Anne Scully, waitlists, Gray Faust, Pauline Frommer, They're, Faust, They've, Bob Simpson, hasn't, Covid Organizations: Royal, NBC, Disney, Cruise, CDC, Caribbean's, butlers, Royal Caribbean, Crystal Cruises, Lindblad Expeditions, Abercrombie & Kent Locations: U.S, Fort Lauderdale , Florida, Royal Caribbean, Miami, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, Bahamas, Texas, Viking, Galveston, Caribbean
That's the fastest increase since the early 1990s, reflecting the rapid pace of U.S. economic expansion and resulting price pressures. (CNBC)The bipartisan infrastructure compromise includes $579 billion in new spending, with $312 billion of those funds going to transportation projects such as roads, bridges and trains. The plan also puts $266 billion into nontransportation infrastructure, including power, water and broadband internet. He was convicted of second-degree unintentional murder, third-degree murder and second-degree manslaughter. Didi anticipates pricing shares between $13 and $14 each, which would value the company at more than $60 billion.
Persons: Biden, Derek Chauvin, George Floyd's, Donald Trump, Nancy Pelosi, Rudy Giuliani, Michael Colglazier, Didi Organizations: Federal, CNBC, Democratic, Capitol, Authorities, Former Minneapolis, Police, NBC, U.S, New, Virgin, FAA, Virgin Galactic, New York Stock Exchange Locations: Miami, Surfside, America, New York
Nearly 100 people are still unaccounted for in the small Miami Beach community. Scientists, however, have long noted the risk of building on the shifting sands of a barrier island like Miami Beach, especially with rising sea levels. Surfside’s mayor, Charles Burkett, told reporters that he often jogged by the condo building, which was built in the early 1980s. “I’ve been here since 1993, and I’ve never seen something like this happen,” Zalewski added, referring to Thursday’s condo collapse. ‘A real awakening’Another issue at hand for the Surfside community is one shared with all of Miami Beach: The towns are built on a barrier island.
Persons: Charles Burkett, Joe Raedle, ” Burkett, NBC’s, Kenneth Direktor, Becker, ” Direktor, Peter Zalewski, “ I’ve, I’ve, Zalewski, , Orrin Pilkey, Gilbert Gaul, , ” Pilkey, wouldn’t Organizations: Miami Herald, Miami, Miami Beach, Beach, Duke University, Coastal Management Locations: Surfside , Florida, Miami Beach, Surfside, Fla, Dade County, South Florida, Miami, Florida
The group will continue to work from afar. "There is still more work to be done on the final bill, and nothing is agreed to until everything is agreed to. The issues have been at the core of demands from activists and progressives who want police to be held accountable. The potential legislation would also address choke and carotid holds, no-knock warrants, national standards for policing, misconduct record keeping and resources for police mental health. The House passed the George Floyd Justice in Policing Act in March.
Persons: WASHINGTON, Sens, Cory Booker, Tim Scott, Karen Bass, ” Bass, George Floyd Organizations: Senate, Republicans, George, George Floyd Justice
Ruth Coker Burks never intended to be an advocate, activist or even an angel. Over the next decade, Coker Burks would care for over 1,000 gay men dying of the disease who were abandoned by their families. 'Nobody's coming'Prior to that fateful hospital visit, Coker Burks had heard rumors about the then-unnamed disease when visiting her hairdresser cousin in Hawaii. “My son died years ago when he went gay,” she told Coker Burks. Above all else, Coker Burks wants people to understand that her story is one of hope.
Persons: Ruth Coker Burks, ” Coker Burks, “ I’m, Bonnie, Coker Burks, , , , ‘ Honey, she’s, He’s, nobody’s, that’s, Jimmy’s, I’d, Allison, Jimmy, Billy, Olivia Laing, Ruth, Ruth Wilson, Matt Bomer, , ” “ Hope, I've, what’s Organizations: Grove, Pride Month, Nurses, Month, NBC, Twitter, Facebook Locations: Little Rock , Arkansas, Hawaii, San Francisco, California, Jimmy’s, Arkansas, Hope
Louis' video has been viewed more than 426,000 times since it was posted on Friday. Ultra-famous TikTokers like Charli D'Amelio and Addison Rae are often cited as two examples of white stars making it big off of Black creators' choreography. Harmon's choreography to "Renegade" is one of the most prominent cases of a Black creator's dance being co-opted by white creators. The trend was then popularized by white creators like D'Amelio and others, who initially didn't credit Jalaiah. In May 2020, Black TikTok creators held a Blackout, an on-app protest to fight what they perceived as the app suppressing their voices.
Persons: Erick Louis, Megan Thee, Louis, Addison Rae, we're, , Challan, Megan Thee Stallion's, Jalaiah Harmon, Jalaiah, D'Amelio, Rae, Jimmy Fallon, Fallon, Black TikTokers, LayzChipz, TikTokers, Black, We're Organizations: WAP, New York Times, City, City Girls, NBC News Locations: TikTok, TikTokers
WASHINGTON — The Biden administration plans to evacuate at least some of the Afghans who worked with the U.S. military and who face the threat of retribution from the Taliban before the U.S. withdrawal's official completion date of Sept. 11, senior administration officials said Thursday. Asked about the fate of Afghans who worked as interpreters or in other jobs, Biden said: "We've already begun the process" of helping the Afghan partners. The administration is identifying Afghans who worked with the U.S. government to be relocated to a third country to allow the Afghans to "safely complete" the remainder of the visa application process, she said. The senior administration official left open the possibility that evacuations might have to be expanded. Advocates have accused the Biden administration of moving far too slowly to protect the tens of thousands of Afghans whose lives are in mortal danger because of their association with the U.S. and Western organizations.
Persons: WASHINGTON —, Biden, Joe Biden, Ashraf Ghani, John Kirby, Jalina Porter, Chris Purdy, Purdy Organizations: U.S ., White, U.S, Pentagon, State Department, Visa, Veterans, American, Human Locations: U.S, Afghanistan, America's, Guam
"It could have been thunder but it didn't really sound like thunder, and we felt the building shake," Osin-Cohen told NBC's "TODAY" show. She said she got up and looked out the window toward the street and saw "a plume of smoke coming up." As they made their way back to their apartment, Osin-Cohen said they encountered an elderly couple trying to find a way out. She and her husband took the couple with them and waved down firefighters from the balcony of their apartment. Another witness, Fiorella Terenzi, said that she heard the collapse from her apartment one building away.
Persons: Cohen, Osin, NBC's, They're, Jadallah, Eliana Salzhauer, Nicholas Balboa, Balboa, We're, Fiorella Terenzi, Terenzi Organizations: Ofi Osin, Authorities, Dade, NBC Miami, MSNBC Locations: Surfside, Florida, Champlain, Miami, Balboa
MINNEAPOLIS — Twelve jurors took about 10 hours to convict Derek Chauvin of murdering George Floyd. Stinson said he expects Chauvin will receive a lengthy prison term. The prosecution has asked that Chauvin be sentenced to 30 years. Eric Nelson, Chauvin's attorney, has asked that he receive probation with time served or for a downward departure from sentencing guidelines. Christopher Brown, a lawyer in Virginia who specializes in excessive force cases, said he believes Chauvin will receive a harsh sentence.
Persons: Derek Chauvin, George Floyd, Chauvin, , Philip Stinson, Stinson, Eric Nelson, Floyd, Peter Cahill, Cahill, Chauvin's, Christopher Brown, Brown, Wayne Jones, Jason Van Dyke, Laquan McDonald, Van Dyke, Vincent Gaughan, Van, Gloria Browne, Marshall, John Jay, Kenneth Bluew, Jennifer Webb, Bluew, Marcus Eberhart, Gregory Lewis, Gregory Lewis Towns Jr, Browne, Keith Ellison's Organizations: Bowling Green State University, Department of Justice's, of Justice Statistics, Chicago, John, John Jay College of Criminal, City University of New, Buena Vista Police Department, Gregory Lewis Towns, Local Locations: MINNEAPOLIS, Minneapolis, Ohio, New Hampshire, Hennepin County, Minnesota, Virginia, Martinsburg , West Virginia, Cook County, City University of New York, Michigan, Georgia, Atlanta, East
A 12-story building in Surfside, a town just north of Miami Beach, partially collapsed Thursday, leaving at least one person dead and 10 injured, officials said. Nearly 100 people were unaccounted for as of Thursday afternoon. Slide or drag left and right on the photos below to see before and after images of the building and surrounding area.
Locations: Surfside, Miami Beach
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