A circus controversy is brewing downtown. Protesters crowded the streets on Ringling Bros.’ opening night, accusing the circus of cruelty to elephants. It’s the same issue that sparked a feud between Baltimore’s mayor and an A-list actress.
George Clooney and his father were arrested Friday during a protest outside the Sudanese Embassy, and the actor said he has asked President Barack Obama to engage China on stopping a humanitarian crisis in northern Africa.
Gas tax controversy. The battle against the governor’s proposal to raise it is heating up.
In Baltimore, frustration grows over the struggling housing market. For families facing foreclosure, that frustration is aimed right at the big banks.
Occupy D.C. protesters defied a deadline that said as of noon Monday they could no longer camp or sleep at McPherson Square and Freedom Plaza in Washington, D.C.
Occupy Baltimore protesters are rallying Friday night with a demonstration near City Hall. This comes days after the group clashed with police.
Showdown. Occupy Baltimore protesters could be in for another clash with police over a proposed youth jail. Occupy Baltimore is gathering again on East Monument Street, after six arrests there just 24 hours ago.
Occupy Baltimore protesters arrested. Police take action as demonstrators try to take over the site of a proposed youth jail facility.
Three members of a protest group calling itself “Occupy the Vote D.C.” say they are embarking on a hunger strike to publicize long-standing demands for full voting rights for residents of the nation’s capital.
Occupy Wall Street is two months old, and Thursday night, protesters in Baltimore made a strong showing for the 99 percent.
More than 100,000 people are taking a stand against one of the nation’s biggest retailers. Target employees say their Thanksgiving will be ruined because of the store’s Black Friday hours.
Around 50 protesters are into the second week of peaceful protest by camping in a small park right across from the Inner Harbor.