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.
Comedian and actress Amy Schumer questioned why more white NFL players don't kneel during the National Anthem in solidarity with their black teammates.
Direct Action Everywhere has been protesting there for years, but now they can't even come in the parking lot.
In March, a POLITICO/Morning Consult poll found that 42 percent of registered voters held an unfavorable view of Sessions.
Former pageant queen has decried manspreading as an act of "gender aggression" and taken matters into her own hands.
Burgerville Workers Union has accused the fast-food chain of siding with white supremacists by implementing a ban on the buttons.
Republican Sen. Susan Collins of Maine continues to receive thousands of coat hangers at her office ahead of her potential swing vote on Judge Brett Kavanaugh's SCOTUS confirmation.
The NFL will not implement any new policy this season on players standing or kneeling during the national anthem.
The verdicts for 700 people who took part in the 2013 protests were passed down by a Cairo criminal court.
"You get up in the morning, drink your coffee and read the paper. You look at a story and say, So is this the moment in which we've become fascist or isn't it?" Israeli actor Itay Tiran said.
"Not at our show! Not in front of my beautiful, diverse, talented cast at Frozen Broadway."
A group of dads called Fathers4Justice launched a messy protest in a grocery store—and Kellogg's swiftly responded.
If folks charring their Air Monarchs taught us anything, it's that we've lost the thread.
Kremlin critics are setting up rallies against one of Russia's least popular policies in years.
A small Ku Klux Klan "kookout" in Madison, Indiana was overshadowed by the hundreds of protesters who showed up to ridicule the members of the Honorable Sacred Knights of the KKK.
Russia's low life expectancy means many retirees would get to see only a few years of their pensions paid out—and Russians aren't having it.
After Isabella Messer's school banned "exposed shoulders," she wore a shirt to school that read: "Do my shoulders turn you on?"