Feds: Texas Man Tried Planting Bomb on Confederate StatueSchneck's arrest comes after events in Charlottesville, Virginia, where a white supremacist rally over the removal of a Confederate statue resulted in three deaths, and the removals of other statues nationwide, including at Duke University and late Sunday evening at the University of Texas at Austin.
Protesters Push for $10 Minimum Wage at McDonald'sA crowd of about 30 protesters outside the Hampton Avenue McDonald's in St. Louis.
McDonald's 'Save the Raise' Protest Happening TodayFast food workers at the McDonald's on North Hampton Avenue were told their pay will be cut.
Charlottesville Riot Solidified Seahawks' Player's Decision to Sit During National AnthemSeattle Seahawks defensive end Michael Bennett said Sunday he will continue to sit during the national anthem this season to protest social injustice and segregation.
Michael Brown Anniversary Reawakens Peaceful ProtestsThree years later, and protesters once again lined West Florissant late last night
Two Arrested in Downtown ProtestTwo protesters arrested in downtown St. Louis near a demonstration over recent, deadly police shootings.
Activists Protest at St. Louis Medium Security JailActivists gather at St. Louis' medium security jail Friday night to protest what they say are deplorable conditions.
'Die-In' at Busch Stadium Protests Healthcare ProposalThe demonstrators took part in a "die-in" by laying on the ground for up to a half-hour, before marching around with protest signs shaped like tombstones.
Protesters Gather at Roy Blunt's Clayton OfficeDozens protested the Senate Republican Health Care Reform bill Wednesday in Clayton.
Anti-AHCA Demonstrators Return to Sen. Blunt's OfficeProtest outside the senator's office after Thursday's passage of House bill.
University of Missouri Sets New Policies in Wake of ProtestsThe new policies, developed over the past 15 months, include a commitment to ``protecting the rights of expression, assembly, protest, and dissent.''
Pepsi Says It's Pulling Widely Mocked Ad``Pepsi was trying to project a global message of unity, peace and understanding,'' the company said Wednesday in a news release. ``Clearly we missed the mark, and we apologize.''

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