An East Dallas homeowner threatened to call ICE on two Hispanic women operating a food truck close to her home.
"They specifically told me not to tell other people about what went on in that office and that is a red flag."
Activist group IfNotNow is demanding that the organization better reflect the complexities of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict during its funded tours.
Russia, China and Iran rejected the Trump administration's accusations of human rights abuses and claimed the U.S. should look at its own record.
Three politicians were arrested following Wednesday's action.
Photographer Yalda Moayeri said that President Donald Trump's policies have left her and her family "poor" and that her photo was "for the people of Iran and should not be abused by anyone else."
"One imagines that's how these characters are perceived, they create fear all around the world, and that's sort of the point of carnival, and to bring that out through colors and costume," float creator Cedric Pignataro said.
The country's self-declared interim president asked supporters to take to the streets on Wednesday.
"I would hope that people wouldn't see locking up children as 'Republican' or 'Democrat,'" Mandy Manning said.
Federal union workers convened in McAllen, Texas, to protest the shutdown as the president arrived at the border.
"The federal government should be a model employer for this country, but right now they're failing," American Federation of Government Employees TSA Council President Hydrick Thomas said.
Robert Kocharian was taken into custody again and faces charges of illegally using military forces to squash post-election protests in 2008.
Right-wing agitators called for conspiracy theorists to protest in Broward County before an election recount began.
At least one demonstration is planned in every state in the U.S.
A recent photo of a shirtless 22-year-old A'ed Abu Amro was compared to famous historical paintings and stories.
"He's fostered an administration of white supremacy, and he is not welcome here in our time of mourning," a Jewish organizer said of the president.
"God calls them my people," the reverend said of migrants walking toward the U.S.
Dozens of North Carolina Trump supporters and confederate sympathizers showed up to "defend" a sports store against a rally that never happened.