Baltimore Activists File Lawsuit Against Police Over ArrestsNine Baltimore activists arrested in a protest during an arts festival last year filed a class-action lawsuit against the city's police department.
14 Arrests, Dozens Of Weapons Seized At Portland Protests Police arrest 14 people and seize more than a dozen weapons as thousands of demonstrators and counter protesters converged in downtown Portland, Oregon, on Sunday.
Owner Of Limo Torched In DC Says Insurance Unlikely To PayInsurance likely won't cover the damage to a limousine set on fire during an Inauguration Day protest in Washington, the limo company president says.
6 Arrested for Pipeline Protest at Wells FargoSix people were arrested outside of a Wells Fargo Bank downtown in protest of the North Dakota access pipeline.
Kaepernick Stands Behind Decision Not To Vote In ElectionColin Kaepernick is standing behind his decision not to vote in the presidential election or even register to take part in the democratic process, saying he can effect change in other ways besides through a ballot.
'We're Not Going Anywhere': Millennials March Against TrumpStudents left high school classrooms by the thousand Monday, nearly a week after Donald Trump's election, to protest the incoming president.
Anti-Trump Protesters March by Tens of Thousands NationwideDonald Trump's presidential upset win sparked a fourth day of protests across the United States, with tens of thousands of protesters marching and railing against him.
Hundreds Protest President-Elect Donald Trump In BaltimoreAs many as 600 people gathered in Baltimore Thursday night to protest president-elect Donald Trump.
Anthem Protest Opportunities Are Limited In College FootballUnlike in the NFL, where players are on the field for the anthem, the common practice in college football is for teams to be in their locker rooms. Just a handful of schools send teams onto the field for the anthem, limiting the opportunity for the movement to spread as it has in the pros.
Charlotte Workers Asked to Stay Home After Night of ViolenceStreets appeared calm early Thursday in downtown Charlotte after a second night of violent protests over the deadly police shooting of a black man, although at least three major businesses were asking their employees to stay home for the day as the city remained on edge.
Ray Lewis Shares His Thoughts On Kaepernick's ProtestWhen Ray Lewis speaks, people listen. The former Baltimore Raven shared his thoughts on the discussion during his appearance on FS1's Undisputed.
65 Arrested During Afromation Protest After Blocking TrafficAt least 65 protesters were taken into police custody on Saturday after blocking traffic of the I-83 near Charles Street, according to the Baltimore Police Department.

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