Paris's Luxury Shops Are Boarding Up in Preparation for the Gilets Jaunes Protests

Demonstrations in Paris normally stick to the east of the city, away from the expensive tourist areas. But the latest protests have targeted the good stuff.


Why France's Gilets Jaunes Protests Continue to Rage On

We spoke to a Parisian activist and academic about why they started and what they have evolved into.


What We Saw at Charlottesville

Things spun out of control long before a car drove through a crowd of people.


Violent Protests Turned Berkeley into a Battleground

For those who sought blood, the third installment of the “Battle of Berkeley” did not disappoint.


Why Are British Prisoners Rioting More Than Ever?

From Birmingham to the Isle of Sheppy, there hasn't been this much unrest among the prison population in a generation.


Athens Welcomed Obama With Molotov Bombs and Tear Gas

On Tuesday morning, Barack Obama arrived in Athens for his final foreign trip as President of the United States.


Asking People from Unstable European Countries For Advice on How to Deal With the UK's Political Mess

For most of Europe, political stability seems like a strange, quaint little thing of the past.


Russian Fans Clash With England Fans After Euro Match, Causing Dangerous Stampede

A scary scene as women and children were trampled by stampeding crowds, rushing for an exit.


A Former Weather Underground Member Explains Why Anti-Trump Violence Won't Work

Mark Rudd, a member of the infamous Weather Underground who later came to regret the group's bombings, told us that "anyone advocating political violence is either very stupid or a cop (or both)."


Chase & Status and Slaves' New Track is Nowhere Near as Important as They Think It Is

"Control" is as meaningful as the black and white video accompanying it...which is not very.


This Kit Gives Protestors Weapons for Anonymity & Encryption

New York-based designers Xuedi Chen and Pedro Oliveira have created a kit of wearables for civil unrest.


Athenians Rioted on the Anniversary of the Police Killing of a 15-Year-Old

The 2008 killing of Alexandros Grigoropoulos is still prompting protests from left-wing groups that generally end in violence.