Philadelphia Prepping For DNC ProtestsThe nation's eyes will be on Philadelphia during the Democratic National Convention in July. Protesters are already making plans to set up shop, and the city is already giving out permits.
Activists Head To State Capitol To Rally For Tougher Gun Restriction LawsWith lawmakers still unable to reach consensus on a new state budget, gun background checks aren't even on the back-burner.
Protesters March Down Broad StreetOpponents of a proposed new football stadium for Temple University's North Philadelphia campus held a march and rally Thursday afternoon.
Protests In Philadelphia Timed For Evening RushDueling protests decrying a number of issues could make for a tricky evening commute in downtown Philadelphia.
Protesters Disrupt Traffic In Old City During Morning RushNo word if any arrests have been made.
Atlantic City Takeover Plan Approved In NJ Senate CommitteeA New Jersey State Senate committee has approved a controversial plan that would allow the state to take over day o day operations in Atlantic City.
Rallies Planned In Philly, Cherry Hill To Back Apple In Battle With FBIProtesters are preparing to assemble in more than 30 cities, including Philadelphia and Cherry Hill, to lash out at the FBI for obtaining a court order that requires Apple to make it easier to unlock an encrypted iPhone used by the San Bernardino gunman.
Anti-Trump Protesters Disrupt PA Republican Fundraising LunchProtesters disrupted the annual Pennsylvania Republican fundraising lunch in New York today. The target was featured speaker republican presidential candidate Donald Trump.
Med Students From Around Phila. Hold Silent Protest In Effort To Promote Racial Justice At Their SchoolsLocal students also took part in the rally.
Author: Obama Created Tone For University Of Missouri ProtestsDavid Limbaugh criticized President Obama for setting the tone for protests at the University of Missouri that led to the resignation of their President, Tim Wolfe
Sandy Victims Take Their Case To NJ Capitol On Eve Of 3rd Anniversary Of SuperstormSeventy-five percent of those who qualify for state assistance are still out of their homes and many point a finger of blame squarely at Governor Chris Christie.
Protesters See Great Victory In Dismissal Of Disorderly Conduct ChargeDisorderly conduct charges were dismissed against all ten protesters arrested in March for disrupting a community meeting in Lawndale.