Pete Hamill, a reporter for the New York Post, takes notes as he walks ahead of the Memphis-to-Jackson march led by Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., in light trousers, June 9, 1966. (AP Photo)
Second time this year Southside Presbyterian has offered shelter to undocumented immigrant.
Daniel Neyoy Ruiz might not be fleeing the wars in Central America that led many to the doors of Southside Presbyterian Church more than 30 years ago — but to his family, the situation is no less desperate.
KIEV, Ukraine — Fearing that a brief truce could allow the army to move in, protesters tossed firebombs and advanced upon police lines Thursday in Ukraine's embattled capital. Government snipers shot back, killing at least 70 people and wounding hundreds, according to a protest doctor.
Turkish riot police launched round after round of tear gas against protesters on Monday, the fourth day of violent demonstrations, as the president and the prime minister staked competing positions on the unrest. One protester has been reported killed in Gezi Park.
The demonstrations were i…
The Sierra Club has joined an effort to get Tucson Electric Power Co. to quit burning coal at a Tucson-area power plant.
An executive at a medical manufacturing firm lost his job after a YouTube video of him verbally ambushing a young employee at a Tucson Chick-fil-A went viral.
Adam Smith, former CFO of Vante, posted video of himself as he picked up free water at a Chick-fil-A and then criticized the company.
Tucson police arrested 20 demonstrators as part of the Occupy
Tucson movement. The arrests came Wednesday night at two city
NEW YORK - The proposed mosque near ground zero drew hundreds of
fever-pitch demonstrators Sunday, with opponents carrying signs
associating Islam with blood, supporters shouting, "Say no to
racist fear!" and American flags waving on both sides.
Protesters used blood-red letters on signs to make their point about Islam's Shariah law.
Under a steady rain Sunday, hundreds rallied against a proposed mosque and Islamic community center near ground zero in New York City.
Imam Feisal Abdul Rauf, who is leading plans for the mosque project near ground zero in Lower Manhattan, spoke Sunday in Saar, Bahrain, as part of a U.S.-funded tour to talk about religious tolerance.