Eight people have been arrested after a protest at a city council meeting in North Carolina.
The March for Science was dreamed up at the Women's March on Washington, a day after President Donald Trump's inauguration in January. Saturday is also Earth Day.
Three Clemson University professors are refusing to eat for nearly a week to protest the university's failure to demand that President Donald Trump rescind the immigration ban.
Seven Greenpeace protesters are facing charges after climbing a 270-foot tall construction crane blocks from the White House and unfurling a massive orange and yellow banner with the word, "RESIST."
The company building the four-state Dakota Access pipeline says it will resume construction on private land near Lake Oahe (oh-AW'-hee) in North Dakota, where protests supporting tribal rights have endured for months.
The mayor of Charlotte says the city is considering a curfew after two nights of violence in the wake of the shooting of a black man by police.
An outspoken leader of the Nation of Islam is calling for an economic boycott of Charlotte after a police officer shot a man to death.
Milwaukee police say they are battling continued unrest early Monday morning, with one person being shot and rushed to the hospital.
Quite literally on opposite sides of the fence, protesters and supporters of Republication presidential nominee Donald Trump brought signs, banners, and props to help make their viewpoints clear.
Over the past two weeks there have been countless protests around the country against police brutality. One such protest was planned for Monday night in Wilmington.