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.
A freelance radio host was fired from a documentary program that airs on NPR affiliates after she became a spokeswoman for a Washington protest because her producers believed she violated the public radio network’s code of ethics, the host said Thursday.
Occupy Baltimore applied for a permit for a square near the Inner Harbor last week, but the application is still under review.
The Baltimore City Council is considering something you don’t often hear about these days– repealing a tax. The 2-cent beverage tax imposed 14 months ago is under review.
The National Air and Space Museum in Washington was closed Saturday after anti-war demonstrators swarmed the building to protest a drone exhibit and security guards used pepper spray to repel them, sickening a number of protesters.
John Carlos, who raised his fist out of protest while accepting his bronze medal for the 200-meter run at the 1968 Olympics
Giving the American Dream back to the people. That’s the goal of Occupy Wall Street– a movement gaining speed nationwide.
A Maryland state senator says he has paid a $100 fine after being arrested outside the White House while rallying against a plan to pipe oil from western Canada to the Gulf of Mexico.
Frederick County government workers are pushing back against a privatization effort by the county commissioners.