Two years later: How George Floyd's death has changed policing federally, locally

On Wednesday, the second anniversary of Floyd’s death, President Joe Biden signed an executive order on changes to the way federal law enforcement officers operate, including a national law enforcement database to track officer misconduct, mandating body worn cameras on patrol and banning choke holds and no knock warrants.

Texas board withdraws pardon recommendation for George Floyd

The Texas Board of Pardon and Paroles, which unanimously supported a posthumous pardon for George Floyd over a 2004 drug arrest in Houston, withdrew that recommendation over "procedural errors" after sending it to Gov. Greg Abbott’s desk, his office says.