Hundreds of people take part in a protest downtown amid the pomp and fanfare for the Army Navy game.
Saturday marks one week since George Zimmerman’s acquittal. A jury found him not guilty in the death of teen Trayvon Martin. But protesters are still making their voices heard, holding rallies and vigils across America, including right here in Baltimore.
Protesters in Palm Beach rallied and held signs demanding the release of Baltimore native Alan Gross–who’s been locked in a Cuban prison for nearly three years.
About a dozen demonstrators were protesting outside the Russian Embassy in Washington as three members of a provocative punk band were found guilty of hooliganism.
Protesters who hope to make their voices heard at a global economic summit at Camp David said they plan peaceful demonstrations Friday in the nearby town of Thurmont.
Ethiopian expatriates, unmanned drone replicas and an anti-nuclear Buddhist monk are heading to the Maryland mountain town of Thurmont in hopes of influencing world leaders at a global economic summit at nearby Camp David on Friday and Saturday.
While Occupy D.C. protesters struggled to recover after their encampments were cleared in high-profile raids early this month, Prince George’s resident Bertina Jones was fighting an eviction of her own.
A federal judge said Tuesday that the U.S. government must notify Occupy D.C. protesters if it intends to evict them from a downtown Washington park and remove their tents and other belongings.
Occupy Baltimore protesters are rallying Friday night with a demonstration near City Hall. This comes days after the group clashed with police.
An apparent smoke bomb was thrown over the fence of the White House as hundreds of Occupy protesters massed outside the gates.
Marylanders could soon experience even more pain at the pump.
Occupy Baltimore is out but not down. They’re vowing to rebuild after their eviction, but some are happy to see their tents gone.