The saxophone player is wildly popular in China. After government officials reminded everyone that they think the protests are illegal, Kenny G deleted the selfie, saying “I don’t really know anything about the situation.”
One driver portrayed in an Uber NYC ad campaign encouraging taxi drivers to “upgrade to Uber X” is among those who have been protesting the company’s policies.
Post-it protest covers the Hong Kong government office in Sydney.
Now you have no excuses for handing your homework in late.
A memorial for slain Missouri teen Michael Brown was burned to the ground Tuesday morning, leading to new protests and at least one business broken into.
It’s the Australian climate butt salute.
The London People’s Climate March was held alongside 2,000 similar events around the world.
Why frustrated and unhappy drivers won’t stop working for Uber.
Drivers welcome the ability to opt out of less lucrative fares but continue their strike in hopes of returning the Uber X fare to its pre-summer price.
Testing the labor market. “Uber is not doing anything — it’s only an application on our phones.”
Officers wore the body cameras during a protest rally for Michael Brown on Saturday, Aug. 30.
A large crowd gathered in Washington, D.C. Saturday night to call for justice in the fatal police shooting of Michael Brown, an unarmed 18-year-old black man from Ferguson, Mo.
Eric Garner died last month after he was put into an illegal chokehold by New York City police officer Daniel Pantaleo.
Dismissed as “agitators” and “fools,” Ferguson’s young protesters are actually ordinary young black men — and some women — who are leaderless but united by anger. And some don’t think the old civil rights guard achieved much: “I feel in my heart they failed us.”
Law enforcement began dialing back significantly Thursday, but long-standing anger in the community remains.
Has anyone checked if Christopher Pyne is a Targaryen?
People gathered across the country Thursday for a national moment of silence to pay tribute to Michael Brown, who was fatally shot on Saturday.
Spoiler: CNN went all in.
The St. Louis suburb copes with grief and anger after the unarmed black teen was shot dead by police.
“Die-ins” in Sainsbury’s stores, boycotts of shops that stock Israeli goods, and protests involving people locking their necks to poles in government departments are becoming increasingly common. And it doesn’t look like they’ll end soon.
France. Germany. Britain. Netherlands. Belgium.
Thousands of pro-Palestinian protesters in France clashed with police at a rally against Israel’s action in Gaza on Saturday.
After a shocking rise in race hate crimes, people are taking to the streets.
Police arrested 139 protesters for “criminal trespassing” during demonstrations to demand a minimum wage of $15 an hour and the right to unionize.
Brazil’s sports minister said there would only be “very small” protests at this summer’s World Cup, but rioting and unrest has hit several host cities on Thursday, with less than a month until kick off.
“What you saw is just warm-ups.”
A Brazilian man was reportedly killed in a shoot-out with police during a violent protest late Tuesday night in Rio de Janeiro.
These are Abbott-solutely pun-tastic.