New York City has been gripped by protests ever since a Staten Island grand jury decided to not indict an NYPD officer in the chokehold death of Eric Garner. Here are some of the most powerful scenes.
The page called for a demonstration in support of Alexei Navalny, but was no longer visible Saturday in Russia.
U.S. lawyer Michael Garcia spent two years investigating corruption in soccer’s world governing body, only to complain that FIFA’s summary of his ultimate findings was “incomplete and erroneous.”
Thousands packed Pennsylvania Avenue to memorialize recent victims and call for policy changes.
Thousands are taking to the streets of the Washington D.C. and New York to demonstrate against recent police action against minorities, including the deaths of Michael Brown and Eric Garner.
Amidst protests against police brutality, Daniel José Older returns to a favorite novel and explores the misreading of rage.
Each week, journalists all over the world produce photographs that make you laugh or cry, while others are aesthetically beautiful. These are some of the week’s most amazing images created by hardworking photographers all over the globe.
BuzzFeed News spoke to British adult performers about the Westminster demonstration.
A judge delivered a legal victory to protesters Thursday, saying police have to warn protesters and give them time to disperse before firing tear gas.
A single mother in South Los Angeles just went on strike for the first time. This is what the fight for a living wage and a union actually looks like.
The staffers raised their hands on the steps of the Capitol Building in Washington, D.C., to show solidarity with protesters and families of the black men who were killed by white police officers.
“This is what due process looks like: it is messy, it can be long and it can be frustrating.”
“Dozens” were arrested in Cuba, local human rights watchers reported.
Activists with the environmental group placed a banner next to the ancient Nazca Lines ground markings.
Outrage against UK porn restrictions has reached a climax.
Monday night’s Brooklyn Nets and Cleveland Cavaliers game at Barclays Center drew protesters speaking out against Eric Garner’s death. Britain’s royal couple were also scheduled to attend.
For a second day, demonstrations over recent police killings of unarmed black men turned violent in Berkeley, California.
Protesters took to the streets in New York City, Hollywood, Anchorage, Salt Lake City, and other places.
People gathered Friday to protest the deaths of Eric Garner, Michael Brown, and others who have been killed by police.
Protests erupted Thursday in Chicago, Boston, and other cities. It was the second night of demonstrations after a grand jury cleared the officer involved in the chokehold-related death of Eric Garner.
After thousands of protesters took to the streets and brought New York to a standstill overnight Wednesday, more crowds amassed for a second night.
The couple photobombed a PIX11 reporter’s live shot Wednesday night.
“It’s so wrong to make other women feel guilty. So wrong.” Update: The anti-abortion protesters told BuzzFeed News they were informing and empowering women.
A grand jury has been weighing charges against the officer who put Eric Garner in a chokehold on July 17. The jury’s decision could come as early as this week.
Working in Ferguson has never been more complicated after recent protests swept the city. Jim Dalrymple II reports from Ferguson, Missouri, for BuzzFeed News.
Protesters temporarily shutdown several shopping centers Friday. Across town, W. Florissant continued to experience an economic pummeling that began in August. Jim Dalrymple II reports from Ferguson, Missouri for BuzzFeed News.
Protesters were “peacefully disruptive” in the St. Louis Galleria.
“Your voices are meaningful. Keep it up. It’s powerful.”
From Los Angeles to New York City, people demonstrated after a grand jury decided not to indict Officer Darren Wilson for the killing of Michael Brown. There were arrests nationwide.
Ferguson’s could-be Mike Browns take a furious pride in the chaos they’ve caused. Their pride arose from despair about a system that they believe has failed them over and over again.