Over the past two weeks, Kentucky, South Dakota and West Virginia approved new laws meant to discourage Dakota Access-style protests. More are on the way.
The president waved his hands, pointed and pretended to conduct the anthem when he has always insisted people should "stand proudly."
The men are all alleged members of The Base, a white supremacist group that hopes to start a race war.
On Monday, thousands plan to protest gun control measures in Virginia. Organizers of the deadly Charlottesville rally also plan to attend.
There's "so little being done about what we are protesting about," the soccer star wrote in an Instagram story.
“The rapist is you. It’s the cops. The judges. The state. The president,” chanted the protesters performing an anti-rape anthem by Chilean feminist group LasTesis.
President Donald Trump’s former aide Sebastian Gorka made a crude joke about climate activist Greta Thunberg during his radio show.
Workers were told they violated company policy when they criticized the retail giant in The Washington Post.
A new law gives undocumented Hindus, Buddhists, Christian, and other religious minorities a pathway to citizenship, but excludes Muslims.
It's time "to get out and scream loud" about climate change, urged the "Norma Rae" star as she joined a growing number of celebs busted for protesting.
Hundreds of thousands of demonstrators crammed into Hong Kong's streets in a mass show of support.
Demonstrators projected video of Dr. Christine Blasey-Ford’s testimony outside of a gala dinner honoring Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh.
President Donald Trump was met by protesters during his appearance at the Veterans Day Parade in New York City.
Instead of having a party, Kiyoko Merolli led dozens of demonstrators of all ages in a rally against President Donald Trump's administration.
The 81-year-old actor was arrested four times in as many weeks for staging protests against climate inaction at the Capitol.
The protest follows disturbing videos showing police allegedly punching teens on a transit platform and storming a subway car with guns drawn.
"Here I am about to get arrested ... It focuses your brain a little bit," quipped the smiling "Cheers" alum.
Hundreds of thousands of people have been flooding the country's streets since Thursday in protest of the government's handling of a crippling economic crisis.
The former NFL quarterback has worked out "five days a week, for three years, in preparation to play again," according to his agents.
A ban on face masks took effect in the Chinese territory on Saturday; a deluge of demonstrators have since taken to the streets in opposition to the measure.