In the Senate Office Building, federal workers hold up empty plates and stage a silent vigil to demand Senate Republicans do their job and end the Trump shutdown.
Federal workers hold up plates to show the need to feed their families. Occupying the Hart Senate Office Building, they held silent vigil for 33 minutes, one for each day of the shutdown.
Chairman Nelson Diaz denied the allegations until video proved that he was a complete liar.
10/4/2018 protestors against Kavanaugh at the Hart Senate Office building. Via @NBC on Twitter.
The first person to start the NFL kneeling silent protest is the face of the 30th anniversary "Just Do It" ad campaign from NIKE.
MSNBC's Mike Viqueira and Garrett Haake report on the pathetic turnout for the "Unite the Right" rally in Washington D.C., which was outnumbered by possibly as many as 500 to 1 by counter-protesters.
When you have to show up for court because you protested at the Statue of Liberty...
It's just walking around in World Cup team shirts, right? Look again.
First Kirstjen Nielsen got publicly shamed, then Stephen Miller was heckled...now it is Sarah Huckabee Sanders' turn
Nationwide, students are walking out of the classroom and into the streets to commemorate the Parkland shooting and call for action.
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