The spontaneous protests across Iran have taken traditional opposition by surprise.
Trump has been met with a fierce backlash in Pakistan after his scathing remarks about the country.
At least 21 people have been killed in the protests, the largest in Iran since 2009.
In Kermanshah, where the largest demonstrations took place, protesters shouted slogans against the Iranian leader Ayatollah Khamenei.
Organizers are planning demonstrations around the country in the event the special counsel is terminated.
Sonja Sohn of "The Wire" makes her directorial debut in a documentary about the city she could never really leave.
Fifty-seven percent of Americans believe that NFL protests are in response to police violence.
A leaked report from the FBI counter-terrorism division says they will likely use violence against law enforcement.
"Political pessimism" may discourage working-class people from campaigning.
Authorities have banned 22 social media sites, including Facebook and Twitter.
"It’s not easy to be an activist facing the largest authoritarian regime in the world," says Demosisto campaigner Derek Lam.
Some of the rally organizers came out of the Tea Party movement, a large, informal network of anti-establishment conservatives that has become an increasingly powerful force in Republican politics since its beginnings in 2009.
The seven affected countries are Libya, Iraq, Iran, Sudan, Syria, Somalia and Yemen.
Demonstrators held a prayer circle at a Bismarck mall and refused orders to leave.
Riots broke out after an armed suspect was shot and killed while fleeing from police.
Trump demands 'law and order' while police union rails against open carry of firearms expected at the convention.
Public opinion turning against protesters demonstrating in opposition to labor law reforms.