Pro-democracy legislator Charles Mok explains what China's new national security law means for dissidents and the future of the city.
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Americans are simultaneously joining marches and hunkering down for a long, hot summer of discontent.
A heavy but hands-off militarized police presence squared off with demonstrators in the nation's capital tonight.
Democratic Leaders Praise George Floyd Protesters, Show Utter Contempt for Everyone Else Still in Lockdown
Bill de Blasio and Phil Murphy evince little sympathy for nail salon owners or Jewish mourners.
Millions of people out of a job and stuck at home for months is a recipe for civil unrest.
The right to peacefully protest is sacrosanct: Government curfews and press conferences are not.
Protesters Tear-Gassed, Arrested, Buzzed With Military Helicopters During Another Night of Protests in D.C.
Tonight's anti-police protests in the nation's capital saw fewer incidents of fires and vandalism, but also a heavy dose of aggressive police tactics.
The U.S. already has a major problem with overcriminalization.
Meanwhile, Sen. Tom Cotton is asking the military to commit war crimes against American citizens. Trump approves!
"Rioting is a form of tyranny," Tucker Carlson said on his Fox News show. He's wrong.
Mayors are imposing curfews and governors are deploying the National Guard in response to anti-police-abuse protests.
They're using their Second Amendment rights to protect local businesses from riots and looting.
Police departments exist to protect people's persons and property. The Minneapolis Police Department has failed to do either.
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The strict stay-at-home order received a great deal of backlash for its more arbitrary prohibitions.
Government officials’ disdain for personal liberty and economic pain drive Americans to the streets.
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The gatherings are ill-advised but understandable given the harms of government-enforced shutdowns.
Some protestors were nasty and went overboard, but her harsh tactics will sap her legitimacy at a critical juncture.
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"We question some restrictions that she has imposed as overstepping her executive authority."
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"We're here because we have to play offense and defense against this growing hate in this country and in this world."
America's exit from Iraq could benefit both Iraqis and Americans.
The president takes credit for the fact that Beijing hasn't sent tanks into Hong Kong.
Escalating violence in Hong Kong
The protester, Chow Tsz-lok, was only 22.
Defining a company with political branding is risky business.
This week's demonstrations at NBA games are a refreshing reminder that Americans won't just "stick to sports."
Encryption, other privacy measures, and decentralization have made the protest movement possible.
Under Chinese authoritarianism, they'll have neither.
The company's Chinese ownership may have something to do with it.
"If we lose...we will lose a generation."
Or, will global leaders ignore them just like they did the People's Climate March in 2014?
The formal withdrawal of a controversial extradition bill won't be enough to stop the protest movement.
Top justice rules that trying to push a criminal case forward over prosecutors’ objections is a violation of separation of powers.
An attempt by the district attorney to drop charges against nonviolent protesters was overruled.
Today, Hong Kong's Chief Executive Carrie Lam withdrew the controversial extradition bill that set off protests.