The demonstrators were protesting Microsoft's business ties with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
"Never give up." The teenage climate activist joined hundreds of other young protesters on Friday to demand global action on climate change.
Agents relied on Oregon's "red flag" law to take proactive measures to head off potential violence, The Oregonian reports.
Following weeks of violent clashes with police, pro-democracy demonstrators say they hope for a peaceful march.
"Look at Trump's Twitter ... he's watching antifa. That's all we wanted," boasts former Infowars staffer and protest organizer Joe Biggs.
Protesters with banners that read "Immigrants Built America" and "Chinga La Migra" were escorted out of the event in Ohio.
A protester interrupted President Donald Trump’s speech, shouting “Mr. President, you can’t send us back. Virginia is our home” — a reference to his racist attacks on four Democratic congresswomen of color.
The loose collection of groups of antifascist protesters haven't been linked to a single death, while right-wing extremists' tally mounts.
Officers manage to separate tense groups in dueling rallies.
Police say some "milkshakes" hurled in skirmishes included quick-drying cement.
Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam said she was suspending the bill indefinitely.
"There were thousands of people on the streets. They were protesting Trump, not celebrating his arrival," the journalist said.
Trump impersonators, women dressed as handmaids, sculptures, blimps and signs protested the president’s state visit to the United Kingdom.
The protest group Led By Donkeys wants the U.S. president to know "the vast majority of people in this country don’t like him.”
Black people "know more than anybody that being able to control our bodies is essential to our liberation,” said Yamani Hernandez.
The student's experience sparked dozens of activists to organize a sit-in calling for better Title IX protections.
She remained unbothered by it all.
People are tweeting about crashing a GOP fundraiser featuring the California congressman, who is suing Twitter and the @DevinCow account.
The Florida sixth-grader's teacher reportedly told him he could "go to another place to live."