Bikini-clad women got together in Hyde Park to make it clear they don't like being told what kind of body they should have.
Election '15 has been defined by UKIP's rise on the right wing of Britain's political spectrum—what's happening on the left?
We hung out with Class War as they prepared their banners for the annual demonstration.
"We came here to appeal to peoples' consciousness, and to other parents. We are looking for help in order to get our government to actually do what they're supposed to do."
A group of Scottish factory workers refused to repair warplanes that had arrived from Chile during the 1973 Pinochet Coup. The were told that their solidarity was meaningless. Now, a new film tells another story.
Jesse Willesse, the son of an Australian journalism great, was arrested after sparking up on the steps of Sydney's Town Hall.
A night of rage, tension, chanting, and violence.
It was just one of the many left-wing anti-austerity protests to hit the Canadian city this week.
I spent a few days with them to meet the seemingly regular people behind the hate.
A group called Reclaim Australia held a number of rallies over the weekend, and the one in Melbourne brought out a swarm of angry counter-protesters.
Women (and some men) marched with fake bloodied underpants on their heads, hoping to draw attention to one of Britain's most ridiculous taxations.
We talked to one of Fred Phelps's granddaughters about why she quit the gay-hating Kansas church to join the rainbow-painted "Planting Peace" community that sits directly opposite WBC headquarters.
The police met them with tear gas, stun grenades, and other chemical irritants.
What was supposed to be a show of force for the anti-Islam movement ended up being the exact opposite when PEGIDA supporters refused to show their faces.
Government cuts have forced councils in London to axe a ton of lollipop jobs, so we took a walk around and asked some of the hi-vis men and women what they think about it.
"The patriarchal system can be seen even in the feminist struggle."
The UK election is getting a little heated.
The Western Australian government defends closing Aboriginal communities by saying they're economically unviable. Regardlessly, many see the move as more of a land grab.
LGBT Rights Campaigner Peter Tatchell was there, as well as a red-faced Rod Liddle, who suggested most fashion designers are fascists.
There have been rumors of more mass protests in Quebec every year since 2012's "maple spring," but it might actually happen this time around.
Safdar Ahmed's "Villawood" tells the stories of refugees and the loneliness, hopelessness, and banality that results from incarceration.
Direct action seems to be growing as the environment hurtles toward oblivion.
Charlotte Rose is an escort, a "sexual trainer", an organizer of face-sitting protests, and now an independent political candidate.
They broke a court order that banned them from protesting against water charges.