Supreme Court Rules Protesters Could Not Bring Free-Speech Claims Against Secret Service Agents Guarding Bush
The Supreme Court ruled Monday that a group of protesters could not bring free-speech claims against two Secret Service agents who were guarding President George W. Bush during a 2004 campaign trip to Oregon.
Yusuf Yerkel, the top aid to the Turkish PM, was photographed kicking a protester who was being held down by soldiers.
About 300 protesters voiced their displeasure with a planned Philippines visit by President Obama.
The D.C. police department has responded to a lawsuit accusing an undercover officer of infiltrating a protest group.
After a military judge sentenced Wikileaker Army Pfc. Bradley Manning to 35 years in prison Wednesday, protesters gathered in front of the White House to protest and demand a pardon from President Barack Obama.
More than a thousand conservative lawmakers and business executives are gathering this week for conference that could shape a new wave of Republican legislation in state capitols pushing for deeper tax cuts, limits on union powers and a private-sector makeover for government Medicaid programs.
The U.S. ambassador to Libya was among four Americans killed Tuesday after being attacked by Muslim protesters at the U.S. consulate in Benghazi over an anti-prophet Muhammad movie.
Newly produced photographs show that protests about a decade ago were recorded on video, contradicting earlier claims that no footage existed of the demonstrations where hundreds of people were arrested.
Virginia’s raucous legislative squabble over abortion restrictions took a more angry tone, replete with locker-room language, after 30 unruly protesters were arrested Saturday at the Capitol as police in riot gear responded with dogs and military-style rifles.
Supporters of the protesters cheered as officers led demonstrators outside in handcuffs and into two police vans.