Anti-fracking protest at the State House ends with 13 arrests

Thirteen people were arrested in Annapolis Thursday, according to Capitol Police, after a group of faith leaders and Maryland residents gathered in front of the State House, purposely blocking the entrance to protest fracking in the state.

Twitter reacts to #ADayWithoutAWoman hashtag

On International Women’s Day, many women throughout the country are participating in the “A Day Without a Woman” strike. Local Twitter users react, with opposition and applause, using the #DayWithoutAWoman hashtag.

UMD students protest, seek more action from university’s president

COLLEGE PARK, Maryland–University of Maryland students at the College Park campus walked out of classes Wednesday afternoon as part of a protest to President Trump’s executive order concerning refugees and immigrants. The students called for more support from University President…

Washington’s two pro soccer teams face different challenges

WASHINGTON — With their new seasons quickly approaching, Washington’s two professional soccer teams hope to build on last year’s successes with the help of some promising new signings. But while D.C. United have a good chance to best last year’s…

Demonstrators take their protest of the president’s executive orders on refugees to Annapolis

Demonstrators stood outside the doors of the Maryland State house, Friday, to speak out against President Trump’s latest executive actions.

Meet the men of the Women’s March

Women’s rights, environmental concerns, safety for immigrants, and LGBT equality brought out large numbers of men, despite the event’s name.

The Women’s March on Washington draws out record number of protesters

Just one day after the President Donald Trump’s Inauguration, hundreds of thousands gathered from all over the country for the Women’s March on Washington. Whether their cause is religious freedom, reproductive rights, or racial and gender equality, marchers joined the fight in hopes of having their voices heard.

Vast throng for Women’s March envelops Washington, pledges resistance to Trump

WASHINGTON – Less than 24 hours after Donald J. Trump was sworn in as the 45th president of the United States, a different kind of movement – some called it resistance – unfolded on the National Mall. From Capitol Hill…

At Women’s March, Marylanders say they want Trump to heed them

WASHINGTON – As Olivia Brant marched through Washington, she thought of her diploma from the University of Maryland, her three years living in New Orleans, her opportunity to attend graduate school – all possible, she said, because she had an…