A man was arrested at Bank of America Stadium with a gun, according to reports on Twitter from an NBC Charlotte journalist.


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Protesters march in Atlanta on Friday, to protest police shootings of Keith Lamont and Terrence Crutcher

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Amy Goodman, an award-winning journalist for Democracy Now!, faces a trespassing charge after reporting on security using dogs against Indian protesters.

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Dramatic photos capture the moment dogs were used against Native Americans protesting the Dakota Access Pipeline in North Dakota. The company says security personnel and dogs were injured.

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Native American protesters are trying to stop the Dakota Access Pipeline’s construction, leading to dramatic videos and photos of dogs being used against protesters.

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August 28 is Go Topless Day, a day meant to support a woman’s right to go bare-chested, just like men. Events are being held in 57 cities around the world.

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See many more photos of Ieshia Evans, the Baton Rouge protester who was captured in what many are calling an iconic, legendary image.

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Ieshia Evans stood down two police officers with body armor in Baton Rouge and is fast becoming a photographic icon.

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Protests broke out at Berkeley High School after a racist message threatening African Americans was found on a library computer.

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A citywide curfew went into effect in Baltimore after rioting over the death of 25-year-old Freddie Gray, but many people did not clear the streets.

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A video allegedly showing a young student protester shot dead in the Venezuelan city of San Cristobal, Tachira amid protests has leaked online. Warning: graphic.

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Protesters have taken over New York City over the decision in the case of Eric Garner’s death. Have a look at the craziest photos from the protests.

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Students in Hong Kong have taken to the streets to protest communist Beijing government. They have been joined by the Occupy movement and have been met by police.

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Tear gas, rubber bullets and riots as irate residents protest the police shooting of unarmed black teen Michael Brown.

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Police in Sao Paulo, Brazil, used tear gas, rubber bullets and pepper spray to disperse protests on day one of the 2014 World Cup. See the brutal photos here.

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Protestors have taken to the streets of Brazil to protest World Cup spending, government corruption, and poor infrastructure.

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