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What unites the global protesters
Three protesters from around the world, in their own words.
On the streets of Tehran, Iranians feel protesters’ pain
Many residents said the country's soaring unemployment and rising prices had driven people to the point of desperation.
The IRS doesn’t care if you have political reasons for not paying your taxes
Not paying could result in penalties and felony charges.
Blog: What the protest economy means to you
Listeners weigh in on how their businesses have been affected by the constant state of protest.
Pennsylvania braces for gas pipeline protest
Protesters are massing in Pennsylvania to protest another pipeline. But this one is different: it carries natural gas, which means it comes with rights over eminent domain. Click the above audio player to hear the full story.
Executive order hits tourism industry
President Donald Trump’s order to restrict people from seven majority-Muslim countries from entering the U.S. is sparking global protests and anxiety. It’s also raising worries about what will happen to America’s tourism industry and the millions of American jobs it supports. The impact could go far beyond the countries in the executive order.
Some worry proposed laws in multiple states could stifle dissent
We’ve seen a lot of protests in the past year. Millions of people have taken to the streets to support the Black Lives Matter movement, protest the Dakota Access Pipeline and push back on the policies of President Donald Trump. In some cases, protesters have blocked streets, highways or other infrastructure. And Republican lawmakers in […]
Washington D.C. braces for Trump supporters and protesters
Two very big fish in one barrel presents a delicate situation for businesses.
Charlotte's economy is strong but inequality remains
The unemployment rate for black people is double that for white people.
What you need to know about the Dakota Access pipeline fight
Explore the pipeline's path with our interactive map.