(WASHINGTON) -- The group known as "The People's Convoy," led by truckers announced it is leaving the Washington, D.C., area this week to make a cross-country trip back to California in an effort to protest a batch of COVID-19-related bills in California. Co-organizer Mike Landis... Read More.
(WASHINGTON) -- Civil rights leader Rev. Jesse Jackson was released from the hospital Tuesday afternoon after suffering a fall while protesting poor campus living conditions with students at Howard University a day earlier. Jackson, 80, has joined demonstrators several times since the protests started on... Read More.
(WASHINGTON) -- Civil rights leader Rev. Jesse Jackson was hospitalized after he fell while protesting poor campus living conditions with students at Howard University on Monday. Jackson, 80, has joined demonstrators several times since the protests started on Oct. 12. In a tweet, Howard University said:... Read More.
By CATHERINE THORBECKE, ABC News(LOS ANGELES) -- Los Angeles authorities are investigating a possible hate crime after a man recklessly drove through a red light into a crosswalk where protesters were marching in a "Stop Asian Hate" rally.The... Read More.
(TEXAS) -- After a man who bore a striking resemblance to 80-year-old actor Chuck Norris was photographed storming the U.S. Capitol alongside pro-Trump protestors last Wednesday, his agent is shooting down rumors that the action star was anywhere near the chaos. Erik Kritzer, Norris' rep, spoke... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- Lovie Simone is one of the stars featured in the new Netflix anthology series Social Distance, which takes a closer look at people navigating in the new world of COVID-19. In the series, Simone plays the girlfriend of Asante Blackk's character, a man... Read More.
Van Morrison has announced plans to release three brand-new songs in the coming weeks that reflect his opposition to the lockdown restrictions that the U.K. government has enacted because of the COVID-19 pandemic. A message on Morrison's
A variety of U.K. musicians, as well as several non-British artists including ex-Bon Jovi guitarist Richie Sambora and Chic's Nile Rodgers, have signed an open letter condemning racism and calling out the rest of the music industry to do the same. "We, ... Read More.