- Data Covid-19 USA — When a Staten Island hospital implemented a vaccine or testing mandate, some of its staff staged angry protests.
- Data Covid-19 USA — In Afghanistan, raising the national flag has become an act of resistance. We filmed a woman risking her safety to protest the Taliban.
The Taliban’s actions and history of brutality cast doubt on their promises of amnesty, and many Afghans are afraid to venture out of their homes.
The deep rot of the country’s social and political order is now on full display.
The move could mean that the Justice Department is also unlikely to defend former President Donald J. Trump in the case.
Angry protests before and during the funeral reflected the nation’s deep divisions, a backdrop to a moment many had hoped would help mend a fractured nation. Shots were reported outside the event.
This documentary explores the incident on Jan. 18, 2019, when a high school student grinned and stared at a Native American demonstrator at a raucous Lincoln Memorial gathering.
Where is the urgency on climate change?
The rallies, widely viewed as astonishing for a country that limits dissent, were set off by economic crises worsened by the pandemic.
Edward Cagney Mathews was recorded hurling racist harassment and challenging people to “come see me.” On Monday, his neighbors did just that, staging a protest outside his home.
Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s decision to offer a slot to the Wyoming Republican was an effort to bring a veneer of bipartisanship to an investigation the G.O.P. has denounced as one-sided.
- Waukesha residents will ‘Unite with a Blue Light’ on… The city of Waukesha is asking residents to light a blue light outside of their homes and share a moment of silence at 4:39 p.m. CT on Sunday, exactly one week after the Christmas parade attack that left six people dead and dozens more injured.