Protesters angry over virus and vaccine rules occupied Guadeloupe's regional legislature because of stalled negotiations over their grievances about management of the French Caribbean island.
The National Football League's "Inspire Change" partners, which receive financial backing from the multibillion-dollar league, include multiple groups that have openly advocated for defunding the police, a Fox News Digital review of the program found.
A completed report on Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan’s missing text messages from a period during last year’s racial justice protests has yet to appear as Durkan prepares to leave office — and officials aren’t saying when it will.
The BLM national arm is leading a boycott of 'white companies' until the beginning of 2022 during the peak of holiday shopping season.
Portland police have yet to make any arrests in connection to widespread vandalism that resulted in at least $500,000 in damage after a group of "100 anarchists" marched through the city's downtown on Oct. 12.
Transgender employees of Netflix are planning a walkout in protest of the company’s co-CEO defending comedian Dave Chappelle’s “The Closer” special on the streaming platform
A racial justice group says its move to log out of Facebook on Nov. 10 will pull "on the tried and true economic power of consumers to directly impact bottom lines for companies that shirk accountability."
The Southwest Airlines Pilots Association is considering multiple picket protests in the fourth quarter as union members say they are suffering from a slew of problems, including a lack of hotels and food availability, clarity on COVID-related protocols and abrupt schedule changes amid rising travel demand.
Last summer, Washington Mayor Muriel Bowser played a high-profile role in the protests sweeping America over police killings of Black suspects. She renamed a street Black Lives Matter Plaza and joined thousands of demonstrators there, many shouting what had become the movement’s slogan: “Defund the police!”
The United Mine Workers of America claim Warrior Met Coal's workers made numerous concessions totaling over $1.1B to help the company stay afloat and emerge from bankruptcy in 2016
Galvanized by the racial justice protests and the coronavirus pandemic, charitable giving in the United States reached a record $471 billion in 2020, according to a report released Tuesday that offers a comprehensive look at American philanthropy.
A conservative group representing small businesses says the MLB's decision to boycott Atlanta as the site of its All-Star game over its objection to Georgia’s voting law is grounds for a lawsuit.
Regional Federal Reserve Banks are taking an increasingly “alarming” stance on politically charged issues like racial justice, according to Sen. Pat Toomey.
Many companies already offer employees paid time off for jury duty and voting, but Peloton will now give employees the option to take leave to peacefully protest and volunteer for candidates, the company announced Wednesday.
The effort, which comes on Tax Day, is organized by Patriotic Millionaires, a group of individuals with annual incomes over $1 million or assets over $5 million who support raising taxes on the wealthy.
St. Jack’s Restaurant co-owner Kurt Huffman joined FOX Business' “Varney and Co.” to discuss the many issues facing Portland businesses.
The Portland, Ore., City Council on Wednesday approved $250,000 in grants to help small businesses that have been vandalized during anti-police protests and riots in the last year, according to a report.
Facebook's independent Oversight Board will give an update on former President Trump's indefinite account suspension "in the coming weeks."
More than a dozen Minnesota retailers were looted Monday morning after the death of 20-year-old Daunte Wright, who was fatally shot by police over the weekend.
Anti-capitalism protesters descended on Manhattan Friday – and video captured one scaling up the front of a Chase Bank before taking an epic plunge to the ground.