Previously Anonymous Police Officers Named in ACLU Suit for J20 Abuses

January 3, 2018

A new filing in a civil suit names 27 officers who allegedly violated civil rights during Inauguration protests, including pepper spraying a 10-year-old boy

Government Continues to Seek Data from Reporter’s Cell Phone in Inauguration Protest

October 31, 2017

Reporter Aaron Cantu is among nearly 200 people whose phone data has been seized


October 25, 2017
Despite releasing information about protesters, federal prosecutors claim making publicly funded videos public could endanger officers

Document Shows D.C. Police Threw More Than 70 Grenades at Inauguration Protesters

October 9, 2017

MPD documents show the extent of police weaponry used against largely peaceful protesters in response to “black bloc” on Inauguration Day, raising questions about their own crowd control policies

US Government Wants Online Data of Anti-Trump Protesters

August 17, 2017

In an unprecedented act, the Justice Department is seeking the personal internet information of 1.3 million visitors to, an anti-Trump website that organized Inauguration Day protests

From Washington to Tokyo, Tens of Thousands Take to the Streets to Oppose Donald Trump

January 20, 2017

TRNN brings you voices from across the nation and the globe that united to protest Donald Trump’s inauguration

Nationwide Protests Planning to Disrupt Trump’s Inauguration

January 17, 2017

Tens of thousands of people have taken to the streets during the week when Donald Trump becomes president. While actions are planned to disrupt his inauguration, the Women’s March on Washington is expected to have a larger turnout on the following day.

Obama: Rhetoric or New Direction?

January 21, 2013
Bob Pollin: The President still perpetuates myth there is a fiscal crisis

Hugo Chavez, Leader of Venezuela's Bolivarian Revolution, Dead at 58

December 18, 2012
Greg Wilpert: It’s likely Chavez will not remain in office and Maduro will head into elections